The fight between Taylor Swift and the streaming service Spotify continues. Spotify founder Daniel Ek said Swift was on track to make $6 million this year from Spotify before she and her label, Big Machine Records, pulled her music.
The fight between Taylor Swift and the streaming service Spotify continues. Spotify founder Daniel Ek said Swift was on track to make $6 million this year from Spotify before she and her label, Big Machine Records, pulled her music. Powers Imagery Invision/The Associated Press
The fight between Taylor Swift and the streaming service Spotify continues. Spotify founder Daniel Ek said Swift was on track to make $6 million this year from Spotify before she and her label, Big Machine Records, pulled her music. Powers Imagery Invision/The Associated Press
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Spotify founder says streaming service is Taylor Swift’s ally, not enemy

November 11, 2014 12:00 PM

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