Exclusive deal Apple and Taylor Swift
- Was pop sensation Taylor Swift formerly quite averse to streaming music, now she seems in any case in which Apple found a good spot. The iPhone-maker and Swift have now signed a new exclusive deal about a concert recording.
It is a concert that gave the Shake It Off singer in November in Sydney, Australia. The video is from next Sunday available to subscribers of Apple Music and contains not only the concert but also behind-the- scenes footage.Swift was one of the first musicians who publicly against prominent streaming services like Spotify returned because they felt that the fees are too low for artists. She also criticized Apple, who wrote the policy that had artists would not get paid for songs that are played during the probationary period of a subscriber.Within just a few hours after the publication of its opinion was Apple back to its position, which Swift pointed her latest album, in 1989, still intended to publish through Apple Music.