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We’ve already seen pop singer Taylor Swift wipe out on the treadmill and drop a mic like a pro in a pair of amusing television commercials for Apple’s $9.99 per month subscription music service. This morning, she tweeted out another short video created to promote Apple Music. “Dance like no one’s watching,” reads the tweet. In the new video, Swift dances around her living room to The Darkness’ song “I Believe In A Thing Called Love”.

According to Apple Music content head Larry Jackson a month ago, these videos are part of a series of Apple Music commercials starring Taylor Swift that would continue to roll out in coming weeks and months.

Here’s Taylor’s new Apple Music ad.

Though Apple Music’s thirteen million paying subscribers is a far cry from Spotify’s 30 million users who use their paid service, it’s important to note that Apple’s services has been on the market for less than eleven months versus years for Spotify.

Though heavily criticized for its inconsistent and complicated user interface, Apple is said to show off a more intuitive version of Apple Music at WWDC next month. The refreshed app should offer integrated lyrics and a new Browse tab, while the failed social feature called Connect will be demoted.

In addition to $9.99 per month individual accounts and $14.99 per month subscriptions for families of six, Apple Music as of recently offers a $4.99 per month tier to eligible students in seven countries.

Source: Taylor Swift

  • Even if she dances nak.d i wuold not subscribe to Apple Music 😛

    • Rowan09


      • It’s always better to own something then to rent it

      • Niclas

        When it comes to over 30 million songs, I rather rent them.
        (With Spotify)

      • I rather Own 25k Songs than listening to 30 Mil trash.

      • Niclas

        I rather have 30 Mil on all my devices, and anywhere else, including more or less any new song without having to organize them.

        If you only listen to old music I would agree that it is almost as practical as spotify. But not quite.

      • I also have new music…

      • Niclas

        I had music on files 10 years ago. It’s not that practical…

      • :D

        And how much does that save you in the long-term?

      • When i stop paying i still got my music…

      • :D

        But unless you listen to a really small range of music, you’ll never really have paid as much as all the songs are worth with a subscription
        I pay for Amazon Prime – it comes with music, video, deliveries + more all for less than the cost of Apple Music / Spotify / etc.

      • Rowan09

        Oh ok got you.

  • Impreza

    I don’t know what, where and how that is supposed to motivate me to pay $10/month, the song reminds me and soinds like a cheesy 80’s glam rock band, so no help there either. Am I missing something?

  • F P

    Is this song about sodomy?