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Taylor Swift's Concert Film Arrives in Apple Music

No hard feelings after the earlier spat over payments.

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Taylor Swift’s concert film, “The 1989 World Tour Live,” has arrived in Apple Music.

The two-hour video, which is available exclusively through Apple’s music streaming service, was filmed in Sydney’s ANZ Stadium. It captures concert footage, Swift’s behind-the-scenes reflections and appearances by guest artists Lorde, Selena Gomez, Ricky Martin and Pitbull.

You’ll recall the short-lived rift between Apple and Swift, in which the pop artist threatened to pull her “1989” album from the Apple Music service in a dispute over payments during a three-month free trial. That ultimately got resolved.

Clearly, there were no hard feelings. Apple gets to promote the exclusive content to its 6.5 million Apple Music subscribers. Swift, presumably, gets paid (handsomely).

Swift has been working to build anticipation for the film with a preview, which you can check out here.

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