Taylor Swift spent 2014 focusing on two things: Promoting her blockbuster album 1989 and advocating for music streaming services that compensate artists better than the most popular one, Spotify.
As of Tuesday morning (March 24), most of Taylor Swift's albums (save 1989) are now streaming on TIDAL, the music streaming service Jay Z recently purchased via S. Carter Enterprises after putting in a $56.2 million bid.
TIDAL is marketing itself as a higher-quality streaming service than the competitors, but the price tag is more substantial: After a seven-day free trial, TIDAL has a $19.99 per month subscription service.
But hey, can you put a price on Swift gratification? Swift's catalog is also available for streaming on several other non-Spotify (Rhapsody, Beats Music, Rdio) services.
As of this morning (March 24), other recent albums on TIDAL include Kendrick Lamar's To Pimp a Butterfly and Modest Mouse's Strangers to Ourselves.