Google Play Offers Kanye West's Album 'Yeezus' for Free — But Wait! There's More

Good news! This week, you won't have to resort to illegally downloading your favorite albums just so you can listen to them without breaking the bank. As a little holiday present for us all, Google is offering free downloads of various albums through Google Play, including Kanye West's latest release Yeezus, and CHVRCHES' The Bones Of What You Believe. In other words, it's stuff you'll actually want to listen to!

According to Rolling Stone, in addition to posting free albums, Google has also posted some popular albums for significantly less than what you'd pay on iTunes — and most are some of the top-selling albums of 2013. Tired of streaming Eminem's new album, The Marshall Mathers LP2 on YouTube? Well, it's your lucky day, because it's only $6 on Google Play. Lorde's Pure Heroine? $6. Arcade Fire's Reflektor? $4.

As The Verge reports, different deals are reportedly being offered in different regions, so it's worth going through Google Play to see what's available to you. No word on when the offer will expire, so if you're interested in some free music without fear of the Government knocking at your door and asking you why you downloaded Justin Bieber's entire discography — you should check it all out at Google Play now.