Taylor Swift sells out, now shilling for Apple Music

Pop singer Taylor Swift was no fan of Apple Music last June when the service launched, threatening to keep her album 1989 off of the service in a protest of Apple's royalty policies. Her threatened boycott had the desired effect, with Apple almost immediately responding with a change in how royalties would be paid during a listener's three-month free trial. Now the singer is appearing in a hilarious video for Apple Music that highlights curated playlists.

Swift isn't the only artist who is changing her or his tune about Apple Music. This morning, Kanye West allowed his album The Life of Pablo to be released on Apple Music and Spotify. West swore that he'd never let his work show up on Apple Music, but apparently the album isn't getting enough exposure on Tidal, the streaming service West is part owner of.