Taylor Swift decides to make '1989' available on Apple Music

Well, Taylor Swift fans... you'll be able to hear "1989" on Apple Music, after all.

Published Thu, Jun 25 2015 7:01 PM CDT   |   Updated Tue, Nov 3 2020 12:06 PM CST

Apple Music hasn't even launched yet, but has caused quite a stir in the streaming music market and among musicians. For Taylor Swift fans, however, here is a bit of good news: her "1989" album will be available on Apple Music.

Taylor Swift decides to make '1989' available on Apple Music | TweakTown.com

Swift decided to pull her album from the service, before it even launched, in what she described as a fight to support indie musicians. Apple reversed course and said it would pay musicians during the free three-month trial period that users can sign up for - and that was enough for Taylor Swift.

Swift offered the following comments via Twitter:

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