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Taylor Swift and Katy Perry Both Released Music This Morning

Taylor Swift and Katy Perry Both Released Music This Morning”

Some tweeters were upset that Swift's re-released music was stealing Perry's thunder.

The news is also on the heels of Perry's press tour for her latest album, "Witness", in which Perry has gleefully spilled the details of her and Swift's feud.

The Katy Perry/Taylor Swift feud continues this week, with news that Swift has decided to make her entire back catalogue available to stream on Spotify, Apple Music, Amazon, Tidal and other platforms - on the same day of Perry's album release for Witness. So why did she put her entire discography back up randomly three years later on the day the artist she's been beefing with drops a project?

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Varela pointed to the "long relationship" between the USA and Panama and said "we face the same challenges in the region". Varela for a "very strong" relationship with the USA and reminded him that the US built the Panama Canal .

Swift, however, might want to end the dispute according to a Swift insider who told Us: "She honestly wants no part of this".

Swift got into a very public spat with Spotify in 2014 after she removed her entire catalog from the streaming service, including 1989. Sure enough, all her albums were available at midnight on Spotify, Pandora, Amazon Music, etc. Swift only allowed Apple to stream her fifth studio album after the platform made a decision to pay artists royalties during its free three-month trial.

Swift adding her music to Spotify is also noteworthy because she and the music platform had a public dispute about how much they were paying her for streaming her music.

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Father's Day Service , 11 a.m., Change Me Ministries and Fellowship, 2310 Fort Ave., our guest speaker will be the Rev. Vacation Bible School , 7 p.m., (Wednesday at 6 p.m.), Hat Creek Baptist Church , 4762 Hat Creek Road, Brookneal.

Perry's new album includes the song "Swish Swish", which is widely understood to be a diss track against Swift. Well, even though she said what she said, most people think this is retaliation for Perry's latest sort-of diss record "Swish Swish". Valuable things should be paid for.

Katy Perry said she only started talking about her feud with Taylor Swift last month because she felt "safe".

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