Taylor Swift / Katy Perry feud just got a lot more dirty

Up until now, Apple Music has been the only place to listen to her music.

To be clear, that's exactly the same time Katy Perry drops Witness in the United States, her biggest market (the album was made available here in Australia at midnight last night).

Having snubbed the music streaming service since 2014, pop star Taylor Swift has now made her entire catalogue available on Spotify. These streaming services include Google Play, Spotify, and Amazon Music.

"I mean, I'm not Buddha - things irritate me", she said of calling out Swift.

Fellow pop star Katy Perry happens to also be releasing her new album "Witness" on Friday. Taylor Swift announced her comeback to Spotify and other streaming services via Facebook.

In the meantime, Swift fans can enjoy the sounds of such hits as "Shake It Off" and "We Are Never Getting Back Together".

But today, as she celebrates 1989 selling over 10 million copies, her music again becomes available on streaming sites - which just might diminish Perry's complete dominance of the streaming market today.

Swift will also add "Red" (2012) and "Fearless" (2008) back to the streaming services.

Swift was quite vocal about her stance in regards to proper compensation for artists during that time.

As TechCrunch points out, the move by Swift goes to show that perhaps artists are starting to take music streaming platforms more seriously, especially in the face of declining physical sales, but either way this is good news for fans.

In a recent interview, the 32-year-old songstress cursed Swift's popular single "Bad blood", which was reportedly about the duo's prolonged dispute.

"Bad Blood" - Her bad blood with Spotify has ended - is Katy Perry next?

"There's a situation", Katy Perry told US TV host James Corden. "Taylor Swift just ended Katy without having to drop an album", one fan tweeted.

  • Carolyn Briggs