Free Awesome Music Albums at Freegal

I'm on a roll today! This is my third post today, and hopefully, last post for this week! I just really had to share this exciting info. with you!

Here's a former detailed post on how to download music from NYPL's Freegal music. And here's a quick  briefing anyways: It's a music store attached to libraries, and through them, offer you three free music a week! You need to have a library card and a password to download their music. Here's a link through NYPL (click on Freegal Music).

I was working on getting my free weekly music from nypl's Freegal when I noticed that they had some amazing albums that cheapsters like me would appreciate! Below is a list of some current popular albums and singles.  I am all over Karmin's Hello! So much energy!!

Here are a list of some available albums, and singles on Freegal that might be of interest to you. And there are ways to get more than three songs a week, crack your brain a little ;)







1. Lenka - Two
2. Walk Off The Earth - Someone That I Used to Know
3. Karmin - Hello
4. Good Charlotte - Good Morning Revival
5. Pink - Blow Me (One last Kiss) [single]
6. The Vines - Future Primitive
7. Usher - Looking 4 Myself
8. Cher Lloyd - Want U Back [single]
9. One Direction - Up All Night
10. Chris Brown - Fortune


Have a blast this weekend!
Best,
Jo


Comments

  1. I've been working my way through your music posts, happily discovering new music! Thank you! Now I'm watching all Walk off the Earth's videos. ;) Happy weekend!

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  2. Lisa! I am glad you like them. Some are good for listening and some are best for sweating :)
    I'm finding your blog very insightful. I will be back to learn more, then ask a few questions of my own!

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    1. Looking forward to seeing you there! :D

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