We don't ask for free iPhones. Please do not ask us to provide you with our music without any compensation.
So, in an open letter from Taylor Swift Apple, which started Ma's interest in showing that it does not want to exploit any artist, changing its strategy to pay royalties during the testing period of the Apple Music.
But what nobody knew until then that the company took advantage of the pinprick to offer a singer an incredible opportunity: to record the 1989 World Tour the artist's fourth turn which, although it had already started, there were still 70 shows left to finish.
This is great for both her and Apple: Swift earning for each streaming, while Apple can use the power of her name (which has already won seven Grammys and is nominated for seven more next year) anywhere to advertise its music service, including in physical stores, billboards, Gift Cards (Gift Cards) from the iTunes Store, etc.
1989 Tour Live is being released in all major Apple stores in the United States pic.twitter.com/1sgSTAyjjI
– rodrigo (@wildswifty) December 19, 2015
However, thinking from the side of those who assign phrases from the 1989 album so that no company uses them without paying royaltiesThis deal must not have been cheap!
You know that "my birthday, but who gets the gift you"? So, the spread started on Swift's birthday last week, in several places:
daily, through the social networks of the singer (like Twitter) who has almost 70 million followers:
on Apple Music's official Twitter:
JUST ANNOUNCED! @ Taylorswift13's # 1989WorldTourLIVE, only on # AppleMusic.See it 12 / 20.https: //t.co/vq14vXfPwn pic.twitter.com/UC5Tc0ngnx
– Apple Music (@AppleMusic) December 13, 2015
and, amaze! On the official Apple website (including the Brazilian one):
Rolled up to a 30-minute interview in a studio, exclusively for radio Beats 1 (from Apple Music) in which Swift jokes that, after his open letter, he was afraid of having his cell phone blocked, his camera under surveillance, or all of his music taken from the iTunes Store.
Curiosities about the 1989 World Tour
- The 1989 world tour takes its name from the last album, which is nominated for the 2016 Grammy album of the year.
- All the shows on the turn were sold out!
- In numbers: more than 2 million people watched the turn, which raised $ 250 million.
- Numerous special appearances during various shows take place, such as: Ed Sheeran, Imagine Dragons, Echosmith, Nick Jonas, Lorde, Jason Derulo, Fifth Harmony, Selena Gomez, Wiz Khalifa, Avril Lavigne (even after Swift's hint), Leona Lewis, Ellie Goulding, Ricky Martin and many others.
- According to the singer, the most unexpected participation was that of Mick Jagger (from the Rolling Stones); when sending a message offering to participate in her show, the answer was: "What am I going to wear?"
- The Madame Tussauds museum in Berlin (famous for its realistic wax statues) recently opened a Taylor Swift statue with the 1989 World Tour costume.
S d ela on Apple Music!
The complete turn is already available through the bank slip for Apple Music subscribers (remembering that you can test the service for 90 days, if you have not already done so) through this link, directly from the Music application on your iGadget, Apple TV or iTunes.
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