Taylor Swift’s music is streaming again


Taylor Swift at the Grammys in February.(Photo: John Shearer, Invision/AP)


Taylor Swift became a hero to many musicians last year when she pulled all of her music off Spotify because she felt artists don’t get a big enough piece of the action.

But now she’s found a new streaming home.

As of Tuesday, Swift’s collection (with the exception of her new album 1989) was available on Tidal, a small Norwegian service that was bought by Jay Z earlier this year.

The service is meant to offer a premium streaming experience, with 25 million high-definition tracks, offered for $19.99 a month.

As Gizmodo explains, Swift’s music is also available to stream on Beats Music and Rhapsody, but Tidal’s higher-quality streaming makes it probably the best alternative to Spotify.

It also gives a nice stamp of approval to Tidal. If Jay Z continues to get famous friends like Swift on board, Tidal could put a dent in Spotify’s dominance.