Kid Rock's music has appeared on iTunes, despite the American singer/songwriter historically having issues with the way Apple prices tracks.
Last year Rock said: "I have trouble with the way iTunes says everybody's music's worth the same price.
“I don't think that's right, there's music out there that's not worth a penny. They should be giving it away, or they should be making the artist pay people to listen to it.
“There's other stuff that's worth a little more. That's the great thing about America, we're not scared to pay what something's worth."
But the singer has since changed his mind and his full back catalogue, including albums such as Born Free and Rock ‘n’ Roll Jesus, are now available to buy on Apple’s online store.
Pre-orders for Kid Rock's Rebel Soul via iTunes were also advertised on the artist's website yesterday.
Other major artists still famously withholding their music from iTunes include AC/DC, Garth Brooks, Def Leppard and Tool.
Source: Hits Daily Double