Taylor Swift is set to launch her own music streaming site following her feud with Spotify over her royalties. According to a source, the “I Don’t Wanna Live Forever” songstress has filed documents to start her own streaming service.
In her documents, Taylor is requesting to brand a website which will feature “non-downloadable multi-media content in the nature of audio recordings.” According to TMZ, the “Shake It Off” hitmaker wants to call it “Swifties.”
Taylor is apparently planning to go beyond a streaming service. According to the site, she’s looking to launch a line of music products, including guitars, guitar picks, guitar straps and drumsticks. Her plans also include organizing retreats, educational camps and self-guided online courses.
A representative for Taylor hasn’t responded to a request for comment.
If Taylor really goes through with launching a streaming service, she wouldn’t be the first celeb with the idea. Jay-Z launched his own streaming service Tidal back in 2014. Several artists have launched music as Tidal-only releases, including his wife Beyonce Knowles.