Taylor Swift Apple Music Deal: Exclusive Concert Video To Debut Next Week

December 15, 2015 | By TheSpreadit More

Taylor Swift and Apple Music are joining forces, and her fans have a good reason to rejoice. Swift shared the big news on social media earlier this week.

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Apple’s music-streaming service is making huge moves and is trying to offer more interesting material to its subscribers. To achieve this goal, the company has reached a deal with Taylor Swift, one of the biggest stars in pop music today.

What will Swift’s exclusive deal with Apple Music bring to her supporters? On December 20, subscribers will have access to a concert video that Swift taped on November 28 at the ANZ Stadium in Sydney, Australia. The show was part of the “Shake It Off” singer’s 1989 World Tour, which started in May in Japan, and ended at the AAMI Park in Melbourne, Australia on Saturday.

Swift, who turned 26 on Saturday, told her million of followers:

“Thank you so much for all the birthday wishes. I have a little surprise for you.”

Most of Swift fans were happy to hear the news, but some complained about the film being featured on Apple Music. They had hoped it was a DVD or in theaters instead. The deal marks a new beginning in Swift’s relationship with Apple Music after they had a big fallout few months ago over unpaid royalties. The company had to apologize and made some changes.

What are your thoughts on this new deal?

"Don't you burn me, Taylor." @justintimberlake #1989WorldTourLIVE coming to @applemusic December 20

A video posted by Taylor Swift (@taylorswift) on


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