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NEW YORK (AP) — International DJ-producer Steve Angello is giving away his record label's entire catalog with the help of Google Play.
Angello announced Friday that his Size Records will roll out more than 170 songs for free to fans in the U.S. The campaign, dubbed "#DECADE," kicks off with 10 free songs Friday. The rest of the label's music will be made available in the coming weeks, concluding at the end of the month.
Angello launched Size in 2003, and the new campaign is to thank fans for a decade of support for the independent label. The free songs from more than 80 artists were launched with Angello's creative agency Rebels Studios alongside Google.
Angello is best known as one-third of electronic dance outfit Swedish House Mafia alongside Axwell and Sebastian Ingrosso.
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