Taylor Swift’s “Reputation” is out on Friday. The new album will likely be a sales powerhouse, as most of Taylor’s albums are. With record-setting pre-order numbers, “Reputation” promises to make Taylor obscene amounts of cash.
But there are some music industry pros who are worried about being left out of the money-making bonanza. Top executives from four major streaming services spoke anonymously with the New York Times about their fears that Taylor’s new music wouldn’t be on their platforms when the album drops.