Taylor Swift Turns 26 and Announces Exclusive Streaming Deal With Apple

The singer marked her birthday by announcing a new deal with the tech giant.

Apple and the "Bad Blood" singer revealed that subscribers of the company's new streaming service, Apple Music, will have access to a film that was taped a couple of weeks ago at the ANZ Stadium in Sydney, Australia.

Swift wrote a blog post in June criticizing the company over its plan not to pay music royalties during free trials of Apple Music. Within hours of her post, Apple reversed its decision, and later Apple Music became the only streaming outlet to offer “1989.”

Swift announced the news via Twitter Sunday, writing, "Thank you so much for all the birthday wishes. I have a little surprise for you. #1989WorldTourLIVE @applemusic."

The post included a trailer from the film, which will be available next Sunday.

The post has already racked up 2 million likes.