Taylor Swift’s album 1989 returns to Apple Music

Taylor Swift’s album 1989 returns to Apple Music

Recently the whole world was observing the dispute between Taylor Swift and Apple. But now everything seems to be fine, as famous singer decided to put her new album on Apple Music again.

Recently the whole world was observing the dispute between Taylor Swift and Apple. But now everything seems to be fine, as famous singer decided to put her new album on Apple Music again.

Read more: Taylor Swift criticized Apple and pulled her hit album 1989 from Apple Music

A few days back Taylor Swift claimed that new Apple’s streaming service Apple Music was not going to pay royalties to singers during its three-month trial. To show her disagreement with the company, Swift wrote an open letter. After seeing it, Apple promised to pay artists from the very beginning of the trial period.

Read more: Apple changes its policy after Taylor Swift’s open letter

Now, Swift’s album 1989 is still not available on Apple Music, but the star promised that she is putting it back there.

In the letter Swift wrote that “three months is a long time to go unpaid” and artists shouldn’t work to be unpaid.

Apple Music is to launch on 30 June. This streaming service will allow its users to use company’s catalogue of albums. In US it will cost $9.99 per month for one person, and $14.99 for families.

The company is planning to pay 73% of service’s income to music owners. According to Apple executive Eddy Cue, the company had previously decided to overpay artists to compensate the three-month trial period. He said: “We never looked at it as not paying them”.

Last year Swift removed her materials from Spotify, as it had “shrunk the numbers of paid album sales drastically”.

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