The hits of American singer Taylor Swift have returned since Thursday April 11 on TikTok after three months of absence. A dispute between Universal Music and the Chinese application caused the suspension of licenses allowing the exploitation of the artist's songs in January.

Taylor Swift is due to release her eleventh studio album, “The Tortured Poets Department’, on April 19. The singer will also launch her major European tour “the Eras Tour” in less than a month. She is expected from May 9 to 12 for four consecutive dates at La Défense Arena, but also on June 2 and 3 at Groupama Stadium from Lyon. Forty-five other dates are scheduled across Europe until August, from Sweden to Portugal, via Poland, Germany and the United Kingdom. The singer who recently became a billionaire would have concluded an individual agreement with TikTok to allow the return of her titles on the social network of the ByteDance group. The news is something to delight fans, as Taylor Swift has just won the Grammy for best pop album of the year.