You'll soon be able to listen to Taylor Swift's '1989' on Spotify

Taylor Swift, it seems, has apparently shaken off her reservations about subscription music services.

All of the pop star’s older songs and albums will be available through Spotify and similar services starting at midnight Friday, Swift’s management team announced Thursday via its official Twitter account.

Swift made the move to celebrate the fact that she’d sold 10 million copies of her “1989” album and had reached 100 million in song sales, according to the tweet.

“Taylor wants to thank her fans by making her entire back catalogue available,” her management team said in the tweet.

Swift pulled her music from Spotify and other streaming services in late 2014 in a dispute over how much she was being paid when her songs were played. Spotify made a “come back” playlist for Swift right after she left the service.

Despite her stance toward other streaming services, Swift’s albums have been available through Apple Music since it launched.

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