Taylor Swift is Spotify's top-streamed artist for 2023 and to celebrate this new feat, the pop megastar treated fans to the release of her vault track You're Losing Me on all streaming platforms today, Nov. 29.
The world's biggest pop star (by far) made the announcement on social media with a graphics of her new release and Spotify's announcement that she's the streaming platform's Global Top Artist for 2023.
"Um ok this is unreal?? I just wanted to say to anyone who listened to my music this year, anywhere in the world, thank you," Taylor began her post.
"Getting named Spotify's Global Top Artist in 2023 is truly the best birthday/holiday gift you could've given me. We've seriously had THE MOST fun this year out there on tour and now this. Are you serious," she continued.
"So I was trying to think of a way to thank you, and a lot of you have been asking me to put 'You're Losing Me (From The Vault)' on streaming... so here you go! You can finally listen EVERYWHERE now."
Apart from Spotify, You're Losing Me (From The Vault) is now available for streaming on Apple Music, Amazon Music, Tidal, Deezer, iTunes Store, and Pandora.
The song is a vault track from the "Late Night Edition" of her 2022 album Midnights released exclusively to Swifties who attended her Eras Tour concert at the MetLife Stadium in New Jersey on May 26. According to Billboard, Taylor advertised that getting the CD was the only way to listen to the song, which prompted fans to form long queues around the merch stands at the stadium way ahead of its opening at 12:30 p.m. that day.
Much to her fans' relief, Taylor later dropped the song for download on her website for $5.99 (P300) later that day. However, it was only made available for 24 hours.
Today's release clearly sent Swifties worldwide into a frenzy, with her announcement earning over 203,000 likes, 42,000 shares, and 13,000 comments in less than an hour on Facebook alone.
Just two days ago, on Nov. 27, Taylor surprised her fans with the news that her record-breaking Taylor Swift: The Eras Tour Concert Film will be available for streaming on Dec. 13, which is also her 34th birthday.
The announcement came hours after she concluded her the final show of her Eras Tour for this year in Sao Paulo, Brazil. Taylor is set to resume performing worldwide in February 2024, with a four-night show in Tokyo Dome, Japan as her first stop.