You can stream almost every Taylor Swift album on Jay Z's streaming website, Tidal.

The pop/country singer didn't seem to be into the new streaming phenomenon, having denounced Spotify last year. Her main issue was music streaming service not adequately compensating artists. Perhaps Tidal gave TSwift an offer she couldn't resist. The hip-hop tycoon put in a $56.2 million bid for Swedish streaming company Aspiro in January and it was finally accepted in earlier this month after the minority shareholders gave the okay. Included in the Aspiro purchase was the High fidelity music and video streaming service Tidal and the Norwegian music platform WiMP. The two entities were fully integrated under the Tidal name yesterday (March 23), according to Billboard.

Tidal's service is available for a free seven-day trial, but users have to pay $19.99 per month to continue access to the music site. As of now, most of Swift's albums, minus 1989 which dropped last year, are currently up on Tidal. Her music on the website is set for a March 30 relaunch in the U.S.

The streaming site is now live in the U.S., Canada, the UK, Ireland, Finland, the Netherlands, Belgium, Luxembourg, Italy, South Africa, Czeck Republic, Slovakia, Singapore, Denmark, Spain, Portugal, Estonia, Latvia, Lithuania, Norway, France, Austria, Switzerland, Hungary, Turkey, Sweden, Romania, Slovenia, Greece, Cyprus and Malta.

The service will also be launched in Poland, Australia, Hong Kong, Quatar, United Arab Emirates and Germany before the end of the second quarter 2015.

Taylor Swift is really making friends with hip-hop stars. Back in February, it seemed like her and Hov were pretty cool when she invited him to brunch while at the Grammys. Who knows if the two ever linked up, but they're surely working together. She also really loved Kendrick Lamar's To Pimp a Butterfly, which is also available to stream on Tidal.