It feels like Taylor Swift has been everywhere lately—mentoring would-be stars on The Voice, performing “Welcome to New York” atop one of the city’s skyscrapers, joining New York City’s tourism department. One place she’s not, though, is Spotify, one of the world’s most popular streaming services.
Swift’s new pop album, 1989, debuted in stores and on iTunes on Monday, but it’s nowhere to be seen on Spotify or other streaming services like Pandora. The album is widely expected to be the best-selling release of the year, so its absence from the online services is notable.
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