After removing Old Boots, New Dirt from Spotify at the end of last year, Jason Aldean has put his latest album back on the streaming service, citing demand from his fans.

Aldean announced his decision via his Instagram account.

"Everyone in the music business is trying to figure out how to make streaming work financially, so that the creative community gets paid fairly. I'm happy to have been part of that dialog and will continue to be as it all unfolds," the singer's post reads. "I've heard from you, the fans, all summer on the road and online that you really miss being able to stream my music. I definitely want you to be able to find it easily, so we've decided to make it available again."

Aldean pulled his music from Spotify in November of 2014, just days after Taylor Swift did the same. Other country stars, including Brantley Gilbert and Justin Moore, also followed suit.

“The debate the whole music industry is having on streaming is complicated,” Aldean said at the time. “And while I’m definitely paying attention to the business side of things, I am first and foremost an artist. I’m an artist whose career has been built by the songwriters, publishers, producers and engineers that line Music Row in Nashville. What they do has value, and I want everyone who is involved in making my music to be paid fairly."

The Georgia native recently announced his 2016 We Were Here Tour with Thomas Rhett and A Thousand Horses, which will kick off on Jan. 14 in Moline, Ill.

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