Jo Jo Jo! Merry Christmas!! This is the day when we all wait for a good gift from our loved ones; but nevertheless one of the most important rock bands of all time has decided to give all the fans a spectacular Christmas present. It is nothing more and nothing less than the official entry of the complete record catalog of The Beatles to streaming music services.
As of today December 24, all the music of this legendary band is available for the enjoyment of millions of users of services such as Apple Music, Deezer, Google Play Music, Microsoft Groove, Amazon Prime Music, Napster, Slaker radio, Spotify and Tidal.
Fans around the world should be celebrating this long-awaited decision of the record company that protects the record rights of The Beatles, qwho had not wanted to be part of the online movement until now to which artists of all times have joined. Since 2010 the only official source for digital download of The Beatles was iTunes; However, the Music streaming services did not have the right to distribute the songs of the Liverpool quartet until today. And we could only find the record works of the members of the band in their time as soloists or, failing that, covers and works done by other bands that made unofficial tributes.
On Spotify for example and we can find the complete remastered discography of The Beatles with more than 17 albums among which we have the greatest hits compilations and studio originals. The band already has on this popular music network with more than one million one hundred thousand followers and with almost half a million views in just a few hours since its opening to the streaming world.
Hits like let it be, here comes the sun and hey jude are part of the top 5 of the most listened to songs. So don’t waste any more time and enjoy the greatest hits of The Beatles on your favorite streaming service today. For my part, for Spotify users, here is a compilation of the best charts that have been officially created.
Happy holidays from the Geek in Colombia!