Taylor Swift Desperate To Win Over Joe Alwyn’s Parents
Taylor Swift initially removed all of her songs from Spotify and other streaming services as a protest to highlight the fact that artists don’t earn much money that way.
According to estimates by Billboard, Taylor Swift may have earned herself almost $400,000 in just one week since she returned to streaming services earlier this month.
The singer hasn’t released a new album in over two years, but it looks like she doesn’t even have to judging by the reaction to her back catalog appearing back on streaming services.
Meanwhile, more than $59,000 of the revenue made from the publishing royalties will be divided among Swift and her co-writers.
In comparison, she made $44k (£34k) and $9k (£7k) respectively in the week prior to the return.
The 27-year-old entertainer celebrated 10 million albums sold for 1989 by putting all of her songs back on Spotify, Pandora, Tidal and Amazon on June 8.
Swift’s five albums haven’t been available on streaming platforms since 2014.
According to Billboard, Swift has brought home nearly $400,000 after only a single week of her songs streaming.
Clearly, Swift (and her fans) have a lot to celebrate. “I love her and I want the best for her, and I think she’s a fantastic songwriter and, like, I think that we both, her and I, can be representatives of strong women that come together despite their differences”.