Taylor Swift is back on Spotify

Multi-tasker Taylor Swift has again warmed up to Spotify and at the same time turned down the thermostat on her cold war with Katy Perry.

Singer Taylor Swift arrives at the Vanity Fair Oscar Party in Beverly Hills, California, U.S. on February 28, 2016. Swift singlehandedly caused Apple to start paying artists for any songs Apple Music listeners stream during their free three-month trial of the service when she wrote an open letter to the company. The country-turned-pop superstar is offering her entire back catalog for streaming through all digital services.

It's a big move for Swift, who yanked her entire music catalog from Spotify in 2014, not long after the release of 1989, which was her first all-pop album.

Swift's management said Thursday on social media that the singer would release her music to Spotify in celebration of the success of her last album, which was released a year ago.

Now Witness, the album that Katy Perry seems to have been promoting for the last century, is finally here. She wasn't denying that she had a problem with Taylor, but she wasn't really coming right out and saying it, either - she was just handing out the odd Hillary Clinton GIF that you could interpret however you wished.

Taylor Swift has released her entire music catalogue on streaming services to celebrate her latest album, 1989, selling over 10 million copies worldwide.

Swift and Perry have a very public feud.

Perry, of late, hasn't been shy about the strained dynamic between the two pop princesses, going so far as to call out Swift for the feud during an episode of Carpool Karaoke and in subsequent media appearances and interviews.

Perry has spoken out about the tension with her former friend.

"I'm not Buddha - things irritate me". Especially when someone tries to assassinate my character with little girls [her fans].

  • Salvatore Jensen