Here Are The Top 10 Most Streamed Beatles Songs According To Spotify



As a nice Christmas-Eve surprise and a gift to the fans, The Beatles catalogue hit streaming services for the first time ever. With this release audio streaming service Spotify has compiled some statistics for us. For a story presented by billboard.com Beatles songs have been added to over 673,000 playlists on Spotify alone. One of the coolest facts that I’ve found was that 65% of Beatles listeners on Spotify are under the age of 34.

With that being said, you can see the the top 10 streamed in just the U.S. and globally below. Did your favorites make it? Have you been streaming the Beatles since they’ve become available? Tell us what your favorites are in the comments below-I love “Dig A Pony” and “I’ve Got A Feeling”.

Here are the top 10 Beatles tracks in the U.S.:

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1. “Come Together”
2. “Hey Jude”
3. “Here Comes The Sun”
4. “Let It Be”
5. “Twist And Shout”
6. “Blackbird”
7. “I Want To Hold Your Hand”
8. “In My Life”
9. “She Loves You”
10. “Help!”

And here are the top 10 Beatles tracks on Spotify globally:

1. “Come Together”
2. “Let It Be”
3. “Hey Jude”
4. “Love Me Do”
5. “Yesterday”
6. “Here Comes The Sun”
7. “Help!”
8. “All You Need Is Love”
9. “I Want To Hold Your Hand”
10. “Twist And Shout”

Photo credit: By Omroepvereniging VARA (Beeld en Geluidwiki – Gallery: The Beatles) [CC BY-SA 3.0 nl (http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-sa/3.0/nl/deed.en)], via Wikimedia Commons

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3 comments to “Here Are The Top 10 Most Streamed Beatles Songs According To Spotify”
  1. Come Together is definitely one of my faves. I love While My Guitar Gently Weeps, too. Such an incredible solo by Clapton on that track!

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  3. On the flip side, what Beatles tracks are the most skipped? I googled this query and wasn’t able to find an answer. I’m assuming this information is tracked.

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