Google Play has 12 more free albums for Android users, including KISS, Selena and more (U.S. only)

Google Play has 12 more free albums for Android users, including KISS, Selena and more (U.S. only)
Over the last few days, Google has offered Android users some free music via the Google Play Store. You might recall that last month, Google offered free albums from Ariana Grande and the Beach Boys. Since then, the search giant has posted a total of 12 albums for free from artists like KISS, Johnny Cash, Boyz II Men and Selena.

These albums, similar to the previously released Beach Boys LP, are called ICON and are a collection of 11 to 12 greatest hits from a group or individual artist. Considering that each song is still priced at $1.29 each, your best bet is to take advantage of Google's largesse and download the selected albums for free.

The free albums available now from the Google Play Store include:

If you still feel the need to Rock N Roll all night and party every day, better make sure to download these free tunes now before Google changes its mind, or the promotion ends.



6. two_soggy_waffles

Posts: 58; Member since: Aug 10, 2017

zOMg im so eggsighted, what are the chances of my 12 favorite artists albumz being free on ze internetz omgomgomg

5. Aircrackng

Posts: 56; Member since: Jan 09, 2015

Plus Google opinion rewards is like the easiest way to make money so you can get music, movies and make in-app purchases ive made like 35$ so far... All fir answering 5 second surveys. Google is pretty awresome not gonna lie.

4. Sebetai

Posts: 8; Member since: Jun 28, 2018

I listen to none of them but free music.

3. SyCo87

Posts: 332; Member since: Sep 19, 2013

B2M, Selena, and Kenny Rogers for free?! Hell yeah!!!

2. palmguy

Posts: 991; Member since: Mar 22, 2011

I actively listen to none of those artist, but it's free music! I want a Scrooge McDuck music money bin to swim in. :-)

1. NarutoKage14

Posts: 1354; Member since: Aug 31, 2016

I only listen to 2 of those artists.

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