After three years of making her albums unavailable, Taylor Swift decided to put them back on all music streaming services, including Spotify, Amazon music, Google Play Music and iTunes. As of now, all hits of the artist can be played on all music streaming services.

Taylor’s opinion on sharing her art with music streaming apps

We can recall that the pop star and Spotify parted ways in 2014. In an interview for Time magazine, Taylor mentioned that she doesn’t want to contribute her life’s work to an experiment that does not fairly compensate artists.

Taylor also commented that streaming apps like Spotify hurt music sales.

Music in Spotify is still available even to those non-paying listeners. In her opinion, artists generally don't make nearly as much money putting their music on Spotify as they do selling digital albums and songs on services like iTunes.

Just recently, the “Bad Blood” artist has shaken off her views towards streaming apps. When asked by Time about why she is streaming her music for free, she replied: “I think there should be an inherent value placed on art.”

Taylor‘s songs returns to streaming apps just as Katy Perry releases new album 'Witness'

Fans claim “Bad Blood” continues. According to Rolling Stones, it is not mere coincidence that Taylor is making her songs available on streaming apps just as Katy Perry’s new album hits digital shelves. Many are speculating that this is part of the long-running feud between the two artists which intensified when Swift said that the "Bad Blood" in 2015 was about another female artist.

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The 'Swish Swish' song of Katy Perry is also said to be a diss track dedicated towards the "Blank Space" singer.

In an interview with "The Late Late Show" with James Corden, Perry confirmed that it all started with an argument over backup dancers. She claimed that the "Bad Blood" singer is responsible for starting the argument so she should end it. “There is a situation,” she told Corden. “Honestly, it’s really like, she started it and it’s time for her to finish it.”

While it appears that there are still plenty of bad blood between the ladies, Perry says when it comes to Producer Max Martin (Who produced Perry’s “I Kissed a Girl” and “Bad Blood”), it’s all mad love. “I can’t speak for him, but he didn’t know [who ‘Bad Blood’ was about],” Perry said. “I’m not supposed to tell him what he can and can’t do.”

However, in a more recent interview, while she was promoting her album on Sirius XM, Perry claimed she is ready to make amends with Swift.