The Beatles are set to arrive on various streaming services this week. Starting from tomorrow, Thursday, December 24, the group will be available for streaming on the likes of Spotify, Apple Music, Google Play Music, Amazon Prime Music, and Tidal.
A side note worth considering is the fact that The Beatles will indeed be available on the free, ad-supported versions of said music platforms, including Spotify. It's a positive move, unlike those taken by the likes of Taylor Swift. Are you looking forward to jamming with the four this holiday season?
Source: The Beatles, Twitter (Spotify)
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