Streaming services are starting to get a bad reputation after removing Taylor Swift’s music.
Taylor Swift fans, also known as “Swifties,” are in an uproar after finding out about the removal of Reputation from various streaming services. As a matter of fact, they took to Twitter to share their outrage and even got the hashtag “#BringRepBack” the number two trending spot.
Numerous tweets are seen saying, “We need this album! It’s part of our life.” One tweet even calls on “Tayvoodoo” for back-up.
Don’t worry Swifties, your magic seems to work, and Reputation is back on Apple Music.
According to this tweet published by Taylor Swift News – an account that’s dedicated to Swift but not affiliated with the artist – claiming the album was replaced by a Big Machine Records version for three hours.
Maybe the short-lived absence of the Reputation album has something to do with the fact that Swift doesn’t own her master recordings. The album was released by Big Machine Records in 2017. This is Swift’s fourth consecutive album to debut atop the U.S. Billboard 200.