Taylor Swift's Music Can Still Be Streamed on Pandora!

Taylor Swift's Music Can Still Be Streamed on Pandora!

Taylor Swift made headlines when she removed her music from the streaming service Spotify. Well, those who still want to stream her songs can go to Pandora!

If you listen to the Taylor Swift radio station, you’ll get to hear a bunch of her hits like “Shake It Off,” “We Are Never Ever Getting Back Together,” and more while also getting to check out artists with similar music like Colbie Caillat, Hunter Hayes, and Carrie Underwood.

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Taylor is set to make music history this week with the release of her new album 1989. It is predicted that it will sell 1.3 million copies for its first week of sales, making her the first artist to ever break the one million mark in first week sales for three albums. She will also have the best-selling sales week since 2002!

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  • smmy33

    You can also get her streaming music from Apple Beats .

    Majority of people complaining on the web are paid Spotify company people who know their site rips off artists and are worried about loses in their business .

    Congratulations to Taylor Swift for doing the impossible , turing back time like it’s early 2000′s in the music industry .

    She will hold the record for most albums sold in their first week by a female artist and the only artist ever to have 3 albums sell over a million in it’s debut week, all without parading on stage with her a s s hanging out.

    And making me addicted to a album, that’s been on heavy rotation since I bought it, love 1989 .