Taylor Swift’s new album, Reputation, has begun appearing on streaming services Apple Music and Spotify. The album was released November 10th as a digital download and on CD at Target. According to the Verge, fans of the pop star have reported seeing the album in The Philippines and Australia.

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Taylor Swift on Apple Music

In the U.S., Reputation is limited to four singles on Apple Music as of this writing. The full album is listed on Spotify, but only the singles are actually streamable. Both services in the U.S. are likely to be waiting for midnight to cross into December 1st to release the whole thing.

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