Thursday, September 28, 2006

Free Music Downloads In Your Future

The good folks at SpiralFrog, which is launching in December, are linking up (so far) with Universal Records, EMI Music Publishing, and indy KOCH Records to give free (as long as you're cool with watching advertisements) music downloads. The SpiralFrog site is a bit uninformative, with only press releases available to get the real scoop, but the company hopes to hit the 13-34 age market. With artists like Xzibit, Nelly Furtado, Sting (who is probably going to most interest the latter end of that age spectrum), Jay-Z, and for you old No Limit Records fans (I was down in the '97 and '98), C-Murder (Master P's brother, currently in prison on a life sentence for murder), it's worth waiting for.

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