The music was streamed 4.75 million times in America alone.
After checking her latest bank balance, Taylor Swift might be regretting her lengthy tiff with Spotify.
Taylor Swift initially removed all of her songs from Spotify and other streaming services as a protest to highlight the fact that artists don't earn much money that way.
In total, approximately $397,000 was made by allowing the 27-year-old's first five studio albums to be played on streaming services since June 8.
Taylor Swift has reportedly raked in nearly $400,000 in the two weeks since she returned her music to major streaming services.
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Billboard have calculated the breakdown, estimating she earned $285,000 (£224k) in streaming revenue and $59k (£46k) in publishing royalties in the week after making her music more widely available. Clearly, Swift (and her fans) have a lot to celebrate.
She returned her music to major streaming services earlier this month.
The singer's management said the move was made "in celebration" of her album 1989 selling over 10 million copies worldwide and earning a 100 million song certification announcement from the RIAA.
That figure is even bigger in the USA, where streaming revenue grew 68.5 per cent over the past year to $US3.93 billion ($5.4 billion).
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