(London) For the first time in 54 years, The Beatles topped the British charts Now and thenArtificial intelligence is bringing together the legendary English team, the organization that establishes the rankings said on Sunday.
Released on Thursday, the song, recorded by John Lennon and completed posthumously by other members of the group, is currently outperforming its rivals, according to the official charts.
Given this trend, she is on course to take the top spot in the next weekly chart, which will be released next Friday, dethroning American star Taylor Swift.
It is 18e The Liverpool band’s first single hit the charts at number one From me to you 1963 and earlier The Ballad of John and Yoko in 1969, shortly before the group broke up in April 1970.
Now and then It was born from a demo that John Lennon recorded in his New York apartment in the late 1970s. After his assassination in 1980, his widow Yoko Ono handed over the orchestra, vocals and piano to the other members of the group in 1994.
AI technologies recently isolated Lennon’s voice and mixed it with recordings of other singers, including George Harrison. Before his death in 2001, the song was completed and released by living members Paul McCartney, 81, and Ringo Starr, 83.
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