Swifties are streaming Taylor Swift’s most recent album, “Midnights,” which was released on Friday, Oct. 21, as soon as the clock strikes midnight.
Fans from all over the world raced to different streaming services like YouTube, Apple Music, and of course, Spotify in droves after the singer-tenth songwriter’s studio album obviously fueled them.
Upon the album’s instant release, the latter app suffered extremely high traffic, and tens of thousands of users reported problems across the globe.Bloomberg reported that at 1:10 a.m. in New York, worldwide monitoring site Downdetector indicated that up to 7,844 outages were observed following Spotify’s publication of a tweet about the popstar’s new album.
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However, it is important to note that the brief crash didn’t last long because the 13 songs from the album were still being streamed by millions of fans worldwide. These games include Mastermind, Lavender Haze, Maroon, Anti-Hero, Snow on the Beach, You’re On Your Own Kid, Midnight Rain, Question…?, Vigilante Shit, Bejeweled, Labyrinth, Karma, Sweet Nothing, and You’re On Your Own Kid.
“Anti-Hero,” the first song from Midnight, will have a music video debut on Friday, October 21 at 8:00 a.m. (EDT).
— Spotify (@Spotify) October 21, 2022
The midnight fever, however, does not end there as Swift has included seven more songs to her 13-track album, giving the impression that she wants to keep her admirers up all night. These fresh additions are referred to by Swift as “3 am tunes” in an Instagram post.
“I’ve been enjoying sharing more of our creative process with you lately, much as we do with the From The Vault recordings. I’m offering them to you now at 3 a.m “the musician, who has won 11 Grammy Awards, stated in a caption on Instagram.
The new songs include Dear Reader, Paris, High Infidelity, Glitch, Would’ve, Could’ve, Should’ve, and The Great War.