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You Will Finally Be Able to Stream The Beatles’ Entire Music Catalogue

This Christmas, everyone wins.

Come Christmas Eve, you’ll be able to stream The Beatles catalogue on Spotify, Amazon, Apple music, and listen to “All You Need Is Love” just in time for your big family Christmas dinner.

Kaitlyn Laurie |

Adele’s ’25’ Will Not Be Streaming Online

First, she made flip phones cool again. Now, Adele is getting you to buy actual CDs.

Gabrielle Chung |

Team Taylor Swift Responds to Spotify in ‘Time’: Oh No You Are Not Paying Us Millions!

Team Taylor Swift has issued a response in response to Spotify’s response.

In other words, the bad break-up conversation continues!

Kaitlyn Laurie |

Spotify CEO vs. Taylor Swift: She Was On Track to Make $6 Million

Spotify, Taylor Swift’s latest scorned lover, has issued a statement in response to her explanation as to why she decided to pull all her music from the free streaming service.

And to sum up, either Taylor didn’t know she’d get a $6 million payout from them, or $6 million just wasn’t enough.

Kaitlyn Laurie |

Taylor Swift Speaks Out Against Spotify

For those of you who still have hope for a rekindled romance between Taylor Swift and Spotify, hold on no longer. Taylor has spoken out against what she calls just “a grand experiment”, and defends her decision to withhold her music from Spotify-using fans.

Shake it off Taylor, and share the love!

Kaitlyn Laurie |

Taylor Swift Announces ‘1989’ Tour Dates by Removing All Her Albums from Spotify

Spotify now knows what it feels like to be one of Taylor Swift’s ex-lovers: publicly scorned and alone.

The 24-year-old removed all of her music from Spotify this morning, but at least she tried to make it up to us by announcing her ‘1989’ World Tour dates on her website. Meanwhile, Spotify announced the news…

Kaitlyn Laurie |

Spotify’s Most Popular Song of 2012 is ‘Somebody That I Used to Know’: 5 Covers of Gotye’s Smash Hit (VIDEOS)

What a hit!

“Somebody That I Used to Know,” the radio-friendly, frequently covered smash by Gotye, reigned supreme in 2012 — at least among Spotify users.

The Swedish-based music streaming service announced this week that the single was the most popular song of the year, beating out equally pop-tastic hits “Call Me…

Peggy Truong |