Enjoying Spotify's free tier? Well, you might be hearing a limited selection in the near future. Digital Music News reports that the streaming service plans to offer some of its content only to paying customers. As it stands, subscribers get to skip the ads that non-paying listeners are subject to, but folks who aren't opening their wallets still have access to the full catalog. This is the main gripe both Taylor Swift and Prince have with the company and a key reason why both of them pulled their music from the service. According to the report, the "gated access" could mean select releases won't be available unless you're paying for a subscription and others will only be available to listen for free for a short time. Another outcome could be that when a highly-anticipated album drops (a new Kayne record, for example) subscribers will get full access while free accounts can only listen to a few tracks. The exact details of the premium-only offerings are said to still be in the works.