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MSN offers Madonna’s music for free

Hear track written especially for Live Earth concert

Hot on the heels of the news that Beatles songs are about to be licensed for digital download via iTunes comes news that Madonna fans can get their fans on a track for free.

Fans of Madonna’s music can grab themselves a free copy of her brand-new song, Hey You, nearly two months before the world’s most successful female pop star takes to the stage to sing it live. MSN today announced that it will allow music fans to download the track, written especially for the Live Earth charity concert, via its portal.

Madonna is one of the headline acts at the Live Earth concert and will be performing at the event at Wembley Stadium on 7 July. Microsoft says it will make a donation to the Alliance for Climate Protection for the first million times the Madonna track is downloaded from its site in support of the Live Earth campaign.

For more details and to grab your free track, click here.


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