Hear 5 new Michael Jackson tracks exclusively on Music Unlimited

Plus, exclusive behind the scenes video now available

With the hotly anticipated new album XSCAPE due for release in the next few days, Music Unlimited are exclusively bringing you five massive tracks from the album, before anyone else.

Executively produced by Epic Records CEO L.A. Reid alongside head producer Timbaland, we bring you the long-awaited collection of exciting new music that will thrill the legions of fans of one of the world’s most revered and best-selling artists.

Start your free trial or sign in to Music Unlimited from today and hear a new track per day, or head to PlayStation Store on PlayStation 4, PlayStation 3, and PlayStation Vita to view an exclusive behind-the-scenes video from the album. Further details on the XSCAPE can be found at

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Great! And Music Unlimited is a great service, but it´s not worth 9,99 Euros per month. Make a yearly subscription for 50-60 Euros and I am in!


Any great offers like the 3 months for £3 which happened earlier in the year coming up?

The service has improved; with apps running better and the connection not cutting out after every song. But I’m certainly not willing to pay £10 a month for it. Not when there are free alternatives which offer the same, if not better streaming services.

Make it £30 a year to offer value for money. Not £120 a year, which I can’t help but laugh when I see.

icecrasher_zero 06 May, 2014 @ 13:33

I thought that Michael Jackson is dead…

supersmith2500 06 May, 2014 @ 16:43

He is, it’s just a new album.

icecrasher_zero 07 May, 2014 @ 12:29

Did I missed ressurection?

TheAwsomeGamer76 06 May, 2014 @ 22:07

Good but the price is big.Like 9 Euros a month seriously?Do something cheaper.

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