On Wednesday, it was announced that the Beatles' entire back catalogue will be made available on a range of music streaming services for the first time.
To mark the announcement, ITV News looks at the 10 most streamed songs of all time on Spotify, one of the services the Beatles' tracks will now appear on.
1. Major Lazer - "Lean On (feat. MØ & DJ Snake)" - 586 million streams
Taken from the electronic music group's third album "Peace Is The Mission", the track was released in March, reaching number two in the UK charts.
It took the crown as Spotify's most streamed track ever in November.
2. Ed Sheeran - "Thinking Out Loud" - 556m streams
"Thinking Out Loud" was Ed Sheeran's second number one single in the UK and spent more than a year in the top 40 after being released in 2014.
The song has been nominated for a number of Grammy awards, including Record of the Year and Best Pop Solo Performance.
3. OMI - "Cheerleader - Felix Jaehn Remix Radio Edit" - 507m streams
The song was originally recorded by Jamaican singer OMI and remixed by German DJ Felix Jaehn.
It was released in late 2014 and became a huge global success in 2015.
4. Mark Ronson - "Uptown Funk" - 498m streams
Played constantly on radio stations following its release in November 2014 and featuring US singer Bruno Mars, "Uptown Funk" spent seven weeks at the top of the UK singles charts.
The song won the British Single award at the 2015 Brits.
5. Hozier - "Take Me To Church" - 476m streams
Released in September 2013, "Take Me To Church" threw Irish singer Hozier into the global spotlight, gaining international popularity.
6. Wiz Khalifa - "See You Again (feat. Charlie Puth)" - 442m streams
This emotional song was written for the soundtrack of film "Furious 7" as a tribute to actor Paul Walker following his death in a car crash in 2013.
The video features shots of Walker, who played Brian O'Conner in all but one of the Fast and Furious series of films.
7. Sam Smith - "Stay With Me" - 430m streams
"Stay With Me" featured on Sam Smith's debut 2014 album, "In the Lonely Hour", reaching number one in the UK singles chart.
8. Ellie Goulding - "Love Me Like You Do - From 'Fifty Shades Of Grey'" - 412m streams
English singer and songwriter Ellie Goulding recorded "Love Me Like You Do" for the soundtrack of the film adaptation of "Fifty Shades of Grey".
The song was an international success, topping numerous charts, including in the UK.
9. Clean Bandit - "Rather Be (feat. Jess Glynne)" - 407m streans
"Rather Be" spent four weeks at the top of the UK charts in 2014, selling more than one million copies.
10. Imagine Dragons - "Radioactive" - 405m streams
Originally released in October 2012, the song by American rock band Imagine Dragons slowly gained popularity, peaking at number three in the US Billboard Hot 100.
The song won a Grammy award for Best Rock Performance.