Paul McCartney Says ‘No’ to Online Streaming

If you’re hoping to listen to Paul McCartney‘s new album Kisses On The Bottom by streaming it online, you’re out of luck. The former Beatles singer became the latest musician to pull his songs from streaming services.

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According to Digital Music News, McCartney has completely removed his entire catalog from online streaming services including Rhapsody, Spotify and others.

The singer first removed his material from Spotify in 2010. Since that time, he has gone on the offensive and has banned all services from streaming his music online.

Which means if you’d like to listen to McCartney’s new album, Kisses On The Bottom, you’re gonna have to buy it.

High profile artists like McCartney, [lastfm link_type=”artist_info”]Coldplay[/lastfm], and [lastfm link_type=”artist_info”]Adele[/lastfm] feel as though they are not properly compensated from online streaming services, which is the main reason why they’re catalogs are not found on them.

McCartney, however, still maintains a good relationship with iTunes. In fact, they’re offering a free live streaming concert tonight at 10pm ET for his new album Kisses On The Bottom.

To download iTunes, click here.

For more information regarding the free live stream concert tonight, click here.

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