Taylor Swift's music is back on TikTok following a dispute.  

Her music will return on Thursday, ahead of the publication of her new album, The Tortured Poets Department.  

Universal Music removed tracks by its artists in January, including Rihanna and Ariana Grande, alleging a licensing dispute.  

Many musicians have complained about TikTok's poor royalties.  

Many of her songs, like You Belong With Me and Cruel Summer, are now available for users to add to their videos  

But music from Universal's other artists has yet to be relisted.  

This could be because, unlike other artists, Swift owns the copyright to her music under the terms of a 2018 arrangement with Universal.   

Some reports said Swift had a separate agreement with TikTok.  

"Swifties" - Taylor Swift admirers - went to the platform to express their joy at her music's reappearance.  

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