In celebration of Black Music Month, Itunes will be offering a selection of albums for a discounted rate of $7.99 an album.
Black Music Month was created on May 31st, 2002, during the Bush administration, in order to recognize Black musicians, singers, and composers, for their impact on the music industry as well as American culture.
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Many recent and classic albums will be offered, including select titles like Kid Cudi’s “Man On the Moon: The End of the Day”, Lauryn Hill’s “The Miseducation of Lauryn Hill”, T.I’s “Urban Legend”, Michael Jackson’s “Thriller”, and many “best-of” albums like Nat King Cole’s “The Very Best of Nat King Cole”. This offer ends at the end of June, so you might want to take advantage of the offer while you can.
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