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Hey You - Get a new Madonna Song for Free!
Posted by Arne Hess - at Thursday, 17.05.07 - 19:06:52 CET under Digital - Lifestyle - Viewed 10026x

Right, you can get Madonna's latest (so far unreleased) song "Hey You" for free and no - I'm not talking about any P2P networks. Inspired by Live Earth - The Concerts For A Climate In Crisis, Madonna has written a new song titled "Hey You," which is available exclusively on MSN, free of charge, for seven days. "Hey You" was produced by Pharrell Williams and Madonna and recorded in London. Madonna will perform "Hey You" as one of the headliners for Live Earth U.K., joining the Red Hot Chili Peppers, Genesis, the Beastie Boys and other performers at Wembley Stadium in London on July 7, as part of the 24-hour, seven-continent Live Earth concert series.

As the exclusive online destination for Live Earth, MSN is pleased to offer this song in conjunction with Madonna and is proud to donate 25 Cents for each of the first 1 million downloads to the Alliance for Climate Protection, in support of Live Earth. The download is available in WMA (for Windows Mobiles and Zune player ;-)) and MP3 (for iPods and other devices ;-)). Want to prelisten before you download it - no problem - click here.

So do something good - download a Madonna song (legally) and let Microsoft donate 25 Cents to the Alliance for Climate Protection. In any case the download is worth. It's a great sounding ballade and I'm sure it will be a best-seller anyway; at least it's from Madonna.

Cheers ~ Arne

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