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Google has decided to compete in the music world with its latest venture, Google Music! Google and T-Mobile had an exclusive concert to bring together music lovers, fans and celebrities (Paris Hilton, Audrina Patridge,Â Jamie-Lynn Sigler,Â Liam Hemsworth,Â Serena Williams,Â Nick Cannon,Kevin Connolly,Â Emmanuelle Chriqui,Â Jerry Ferrara,Â Shenae Grimes,Â Jamie Chung and Topher Grace) to kickoff Google Music (competing against Amazon’s Cloud). Maroon 5 with special guestÂ Travie McCoy,Â Busta Rhymes,Â Dirty SouthÂ all performed along with a Â surprise performance byÂ Drake, who is celebrating his newly released sophomore studio albumÂ Take Care.
Google Music is a service where you can upload up to 20,000 of your songs from your music collections for free, purchase songs from your favorite artists, and stream all your music from your Android devices and the web. Google Music also includes new social features like Social Recommendations, that let you share songs you’ve purchased on Google+ with your friends, allowing them to listen to the song in full for free. Google Music also brings new discovery features and ways to find new music, through a variety of editorial features and personalized recommendations.
Google Music is available for download to the latest T-Mobile Android-powered 4G devices, including the new Samsung Galaxy Sâ„¢ II, HTC Amaze 4G and Samsung Galaxy Tab 10.1. The new devices deliver a great experience for watching video, surfing the Web and creating and sharing content on the go and, now, music, with Google Music.
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