Singer Taylor swift announced that her new album “1989” will appear in Apple Music. About it she wrote on her official Twitter account. Previously, swift has said it will deny access to the record on Apple, where users are offered three months free usage period, assuming and musicians during this time will not receive payments.
“After all the events of this week I have decided to allow in 1989 Apple Music… and so happy,” wrote Taylor swift on his microblog. “If you’re interested, we have an exclusive agreement with Apple as the other musicians”, she added.
Solution popular artist associated with the message from Apple that the company will return to the performers royalties for playing their music during a three-month free period in Apple Music, changing the policy of the service.
“Apple confirmed to Buzzfeed that its new streaming service will pay “stars” during the free trial period. Senior Apple Vice President eddy cue has personally called Taylor swift to announce the company’s decision,” wrote the earlier resource Buzzfeed.
The new Apple music service Music will present users with a free usage period, then the cost of listening to the songs will be 10 dollars a month. Accordingly it is not anticipated that and musicians during these three months will receive royalties.
In response to this pop singer Taylor swift in his blog said that her album “1989” will be presented at the service. “We are not asking you about free iPhones. Please do not ask us to provide you with our music without compensation,” said she.
The new Apple music service Music was presented in early June. It will provide a large library of music tracks on the user’s choice, and themed radio stations that you can listen from your mobile devices.
According to the newspaper The New York Times, within three months, Apple intends to pay the creators and performers of 0.2 cents with each listen. After the demonstration period, a California Corporation has said it is ready to list artists from 71,5 to 73% of the revenues from the broadcast of their compositions.