New Taylor Swift Apple Music Commercial Shows Her Dance Like No One's Watching

Posted: May 12 2016, 8:33am CDT | by , in News | Apple

New Taylor Swift Apple Music Commercial Shows Her Dance like No One's Watching

Taylor Swift just shared a new Apple Music commercial with her 77 million Twitter followers.

To advertise with Taylor Swift is a no brainer. A new ad with Taylor has immediately an audience of over 77 million people on Twitter. This is likely why Apple did it again. After the funny treadmill Apple Music ad, Taylor Swift is back in a new Apple Music ad.

In the "Dance like no one's watching" commercial Taylor Swift dances her butt off to the Darkness hit "I Believe In A Thing Called Love."

The first Taylor Swift Apple Music ad where the pop star falls of a treadmill has accumulated over 17 million views in 6 weeks.

Apple Music is on a solid growth path, but is not the leader yet. Spotify is able to fight off Apple Music. Since the launch last year, Apple managed to grow the paid subscriber number to 13 million. Spotify has about 30 million.

It took Apple to go from 11 to 13 million about 2 months. At this pace it will take Apple almost two years to reach Spotify's 30 million. In 2 years Spotify's subscriber number will be significantly higher. Taylor Swift will help push Apple Music. The artist will be get paid handsomely for dancing and falling of a treadmill.

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