Pick Up At Least Nine Hit Songs For Free From Various Artists Through Google Play

Looking past Google Play Music's new deauthorization limit, the team over at Google Play Music has something great to offer users; Songs that they're basically throwing at you just in case you wanted some new tunes to blast through your stereo. Play Music has these nine songs that they're giving away for free, yes free, that you can download and add into your library. You don't have to download them all of course, and we imagine there will be one or two that you wouldn't mind passing up. Check out what they have to offer though if you're interested and go grab them before they raise back to the normal cost. Even if you'll only listen to the songs a few times here and there, they're free so why pass them up?

Google is no stranger to being a fan of music, furthermore neither are we, and we're sure that some of you out there love music just as much as we do. That's why we want to make sure and spread the word that there are free songs you can pick up through Google Play right now. The songs added in are part of a fairly decent spread including multiple genres, so there should be at least one song for everyone. You'll find throwback classics like Lithium from Nirvana or even One More Time from dance/electronic masters Daft Punk. You can also find newer hits from recent artists like Lorde, Rihanna, Drake, Katy Perry, and Kendrick Lamar, and even a couple of Country hits from Luke Bryan, and Jason Aldean.

We're not sure if there's more music that can be added to these nine that are listed as free, but if you spot any be sure and post in the comments what they are. The songs you can pick up at no cost are as follows: Nirvana-Lithium, One More Time-Daft Punk, Royals-Lorde, Crash My Party-Luke Bryan, My Kinda Party-Jason Aldean, We Found Love-Rihanna, Teenage Dream-Katy Perry, Bitch, Don't Kill My Vibe-Kendrick Lamar, and Hold On, We're Going Home-Drake. These songs will likely be free through the day at least, but they could very well disappear tomorrow or the next day, so we wouldn't hesitate to grab them while you can.

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