Last week Billboard reported The Beatles would launch streaming on services such as Apple Music, and now Re/code has chimed in to all but confirm its inevitable arrival:
Industry sources say that the Fab Four’s music will be on all of the obvious music services, including Spotify, Apple Music, Google Play and Tidal, as well as some you might not expect, including Amazon’s Prime Music.
Services such as Pandora will not get The Beatles on demand (but they still have tracks) and Rdio, which shut down today, obviously won’t get it either. Spotify’s free ad-based version will get tracks from The Beatles.
The Beatles went digital with their launch in iTunes back in 2010, hyped up prior on Apple’s website, which touted the launch would be a “day you’ll never forget”.