Support World AIDS Day with RED(WIRE)
Some of the most popular acts in music are contributing exclusive songs to RED(WIRE), a digital music service that launches today as it is World AIDS Day.
The Bono-backed (RED) music service will offer both music and videos by major artists such as U2, Coldplay, Sheryl Crow, Jay-Z and others.
Fans will also have access to surprises such as actors reading poems, telling jokes or a highlighted track each week.
Also subscribers will receive updates as to where their subscription fee is going and how it’s helping the world.
Everyone, this is a great opportunity to receive both – exclusive music and fight one of the world’s bigger problems.
For $5 only, users will receive a new issue of RED(WIRE) every Wednesday.
Congratulations to Bono!
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