Taylor Swift's latest album, Reputation, is starting to show up in Apple Music and Spotify, well after the November 10th release.
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”.
Following an amusing Apple Music commercial earlier this month in which pop artist Taylor Swift can be seen wiping out on the treadmill, a brand new ad for Apple's music service was posted Monday on the official Beats 1 Radio channel on YouTube.
In it, Swift is singing along to “The Middle” by Jimmy Eat World from their album “Jimmy Eat World”.
Pop artist Taylor Swift, whose public critique of Apple Music not originally paying out royalties to artists for free trials did force Apple to change its stance, is now the star of the latest commercial for the subscription streaming-music service.
In a comical 60-second video, published this morning on Beats 1's YouTube channel and aptly titled “Taylor vs. Treadmill”, the singer preps for a cardio workout.
She browses workout playlists on Apple Music and then sings along to a track by Drake and Future for a while before falling off the treadmill while still continuing to rap along, with the tagline describing Apple Music as “distractingly good”.
Taylor Swift's Apple Music exclusive is now available for Apple Music subscribers. The 1989 World Tour Live is a film that captures a portion of the Australian leg of Swift's ridiculously popular 1989 World Tour. The Tour, which was created to support the album of the same name, was a global success. Now that it's over, fans can reflect on the experience thanks to Swift's partnership with Apple Music.