Taylor Swift decides to put "1989" on Apple Music after royalties concession

Taylor Swift is making a concession to Apple Music following its decision to change royalties policies.

On Thursday, Swift announced that she's going let Apple Music stream her latest hit album, "1989," which was originally released in October 2014.

"After the events of the week, I've decided to put 1989 on Apple Music...and happily so," the singer tweeted Thursday.

The dramatic change of heart follows just a few days after Swift, 25, wrote an open letter to Apple, Sunday, criticizing the company's new streaming music service for failing to pay artists for a free three-month trial. Just hours later, Apple announced that it will pay royalties to artists and record labels during that time.

Earlier this week Swift's new beau Calvin Harris praised his "girl" for her open letter.