In what one would call a very stealthy move by a very smart businesswoman, multi-platinum selling artist and Grammy Award winner Taylor Swift has decided to make peace with streaming services on June 8 at midnight East Coast time. The decision comes right on the day of her rival Katy Perry's new album release date, a fact that did not go unnoticed among Twitter users.

According to Variety, Swift's move to make her entire catalog available on streaming services such as Spotify and Apple music was in celebration of her last record "1989" selling more than 10 million copies worldwide and RIAA's 100 Million Song Certification announcement.

'1989' singer/songwriter slammed streaming platforms for not paying artists

Back in 2014, Taylor Swift had quite an opinion about music streaming platforms. According to Rolling Stone, the singer and songwriter called it an "experiment" that she thought did not "fairly [compensate] the writers, producers, artists, and creators of this music." She was also firmly against music is free to listen to. It seems that she's turned over a new leaf, however, now that her "1989 World Tour" earned her $256,933,097 in revenue. The album, which generated seven singles, sold over 9 million copies as of 2015.

Swift sways Apple to change their policies

Back in 2015, Taylor Swift also released a statement against Apple Music for not properly compensating artists for the music users have enjoyed during their trial period.

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Apple was quick to hear her out, as they adjusted their policies to include a payment to artists who were streamed during a user's trial period.

Katy Perry is still upset about her feud with Taylor Swift

Whether it's just a publicity stunt or not, Katy Perry, whose new record "Witness" is set to drop June 8, has been very vocal about her apparent feud with Taylor Swift. The 32-year old, who was said to be the subject of "Bad Blood" and was later said to be the cause of some of Taylor Swift's tour dancers quitting to join Perry's tour instead, has gone on to talk about how she wanted this feud to end.

She was recently a guest on the "Late Late Show" segment "Carpool Karaoke" with James Corden, in which she expressed how she wanted the feud to just be over. This came off as odd for some fans, who thought it was too late to comment on something that was controversial more than two years ago. Some believe that Perry was merely using it as a publicity stunt to get her attention for her new record, "

This came off as odd for some fans, who thought it was too late to comment on something that was controversial more than two years ago. Some believe that Perry was merely using it as a publicity stunt to get her attention for her new record, "Witness," which singles haven't been positively received by listeners.

Some even believe that Swift's move to make her entire catalog available on streaming services is a retaliation for Katy's recent comments about her. Perry's "Witness" and Swift's entire catalog arrives this June 8.