Christmas time is here again!
Just in time for the holidays, The Beatles' catalogue of music will be available for streaming across SEVERAL streaming platforms!
Just five years after the Fab Four's music was first available for download on iTunes, a deal has been struck with streaming services that include Spotify, Google Play, Tidal, Apple Music, Amazon Prime Music, Deezer, Microsoft Groove, Napster, and Slacker Radio that will make their songs available to you any time you want!
The deal includes the rights to stream 224 songs from the British group's original 13 studio albums, available starting December 24!
Mark Mulligan, from the media research firm Midia, explained why it took so long for the popular band's music to join the services:
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