Her official Instagram fan account, Taylor Nation, posted the news Thursday.
Taylor Swift's come back into the spotlight comes at the flawless moment, and we'll let you know why.
The pop star's representative confirmed her full catalog will return to all streaming platforms Friday.
Swift's back catalogue hadn't appeared on Spotify, Google Play, and Amazon Music since 2014 when the singer removed it to defend artists' "absolute right to be paid for their work and protected from piracy". And if Perry didn't know this before, now she can go listen to it on the streaming service of her choice. Only Apple Music was allowed to stream the music when it made a decision to pay royalties to artists during a free three-month trial. "ALL SHADE (sic)", a user contributed, and another added, "Taylor Swift putting her entire discography on Spotify the same night Katy Perry drops a new album is next level pettiness & I am all for it".
"As of 4:13 p.m. on Friday, "#1989StreamingParty" is the second top trending topic on Twitter in the Philippines while "Taylor" is seventh.
So the Taylor-Katy saga continues, but at least Swift has mended fences with Spotify. Her song "Bad Blood" was reportedly about the rift between her and Perry.
But it was only last month that it was publicly admitted. You'll also be aware that Katy aired all her and her fellow pop star's dirty laundry on Carpool Karaoke with James Corden earlier this month, (which was, in fact, all over a few back-up dancers) and further clarified it in her interview with NME out tomorrow.
"She started it and it's time for her to finish it".
If you thought Taylor would never, ever, ever get back together with streaming services, you were just proven wrong.