Taylor Swift’s a publicity mastermind. The singer’s truest art probably comes in the headlines she makes–and the ones she steals. Pop music’s biggest snake is at it again. This time, she’s trying to squeeze the life out of Katy Perry’s album “Witness” by returning her entire catalogue to streaming services on the day of Katy’s release.
Taylor used to hate streaming services, but apparently stealing Katy’s thunder is a petty enough reason for her to make her return. Seven of Taylor’s albums, including a live album and deluxe editions of “Red” and “1989,” are available now on services like Spotify, Google Play, Amazon Music and Pandora Radio.
Katy has been sounding off about Taylor a lot lately. She’s even dropped a Taylor diss track. But Katy is only human, after all. And the latest move by Taylor might mean this beef has plenty more time on the grill.
Listen to Katy’s new album and one of Taylor’s old albums below.
Is Taylor being calculated or is this just a coincidence?
(Photo credit: Taylor Swift and Katy Perry Instagram accounts)