The Beatles' songs have been streamed 50 million times in two days

The Fab Four added their back catalogue to Spotify on Christmas Eve

Despite not having had an album of new material in nearly fifty years, that's not going to stop The Beatles from remaining one of the most popular musical acts today.

After only two days of activity on music streaming site Spotify - after they surprisingly released their back catalogue as an early Christmas present to fans - The Fab Four managed to break another record in a career of constant record-breaking.

Over fifty million streams of the band's songs had been tallied up by U.S. music organisation Billboard, with the most popular song being played 1.8 million times, and The Beatles being added to more than 673,000 playlists, too.

The ten most stream Beatles songs are as follows:

10. “Twist And Shout”

9. “I Want To Hold Your Hand”

8. “All You Need Is Love”

7. “Help!”

6. “Here Comes The Sun”

5. “Yesterday”

4. “Love Me Do”

3. “Hey Jude”

2. “Let It Be”

1. “Come Together”