For everyone either too cheap to buy the album on iTunes or too embarrassed to admit they like her music, the wait is finally over.
The record breaking album has been at the top of the Billboard 200 albums charts since it was released on November 10. It sold 1.21 million copies in its first seven days making it the biggest selling album of 2017.
After boycotting streaming services for three years Swift negotiated a contract with Spotify that allows artists to keep new music off the apps free ad supported service and make it exclusive to the premium users.
Fans of the 28-year-old singer shared their excitement over Reputation's addition to streaming services on social media. If the response so far is any indication, Swift is set to break even more records before Monday.
oh my god reputation is on spotify, please give it a try bc honestly the media talks so much non sense about taylor swift but at the end of the day she is an amazing songwriter and the songs will make you feel things— raphael gomes (@raphablueberry) November 30, 2017
[At work. Taylor Swift's album just dropped on Spotify]— Skoogeth (@Skoogeth) December 1, 2017
Coworker: What are you jammin to over there?
Me: Oh... Zepplin
Me: *whispers* Are you ready for it?
Finally listen to reputation on spotify and 1989 still the best thing TS ever made. Reputation is Taylor Swift’s transition from Pop music to Dangdut Koplo-Dubstep-Heavy synthesizer.— Aldi (@itsaldtr) December 2, 2017