Not so fast! Taylor Swift’s album Reputation will not be available on any streaming services its first week out, multiple sources confirm to Us Weekly.
One insider says: “Taylor’s camp obviously wants the highest sales possible so they are still determining the best time to make it available for streaming. The one-week exclusion is for sure happening and there are talks that it’ll be held until after the holiday season.”
The 10-time Grammy winner, 27, has been teasing the upcoming album for weeks. Days ahead of the release, she shared a video from the secret listening sessions that she held for 500 of her most dedicated fans.
She posted the behind-the-scenes video on her YouTube account on Tuesday, November 7. The listening parties were held at her homes in four locations across the globe — London, Los Angeles, Nashville and Rhode Island — in September.
Swift’s highly anticipated sixth album will drop on Friday, November 10.
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