Taylor Swift's new album finally hits Apple Music

Taylor Swift’s new album finally hits Apple Music


Taylor Swift Reputation
Reputation has arrived.
Photo: Taylor Swift

Taylor Swift’s new album is finally available for streaming through Apple Music. Reputation’s arrival comes three weeks after its initial debut on iTunes. It’s also showing up on Spotify and other streaming services.

Reputation made its retail debut on November 10, but as Bloomberg warned us, it was not available on streaming services. It’s thought Swift’s team was still working out a release date back then as negotiations over royalties continued.

Reputation hits Apple Music

But the wait is over now. Reputation is available on Apple Music, Spotify, and other streaming services as of today. It is comprised of 15 tracks, including Look What You Made Me Do…Ready For It?, and Gorgeous.

Reputation’s delay in hitting Apple Music is somewhat surprising given Swift’s relationship with Apple. Despite a rocky start, the two have become good friends in recent years, with Apple securing exclusive Swift content and Apple Music ad partnerships.


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