Monday January 21, 2013
988’s CNY songs on iTunes Store
988 takes its Chinese New Years songs to greater heights.
To ensure everyone in Malaysia – and beyond – enjoys a cheery Year of the Snake, 988’s catchy Chinese New Year songs are now available on the iTunes Store.
The two songs, Ular La Guo Hao Nian (Ular La Have A Good Year) and Zou Xiang Qian (Move Forward), are available for download from the store for USD$0.99 (RM3) each. Always in tune with its listeners’ evolving habits in mobile lifestyle, 988 is the first radio station in Malaysia to “digitalise” its music offerings on the iTunes Store.
With the digital releases, on top of the conventional CD and DVD releases distributed in collaboration with Eu Yan Sang, even more people will get to enjoy the special cheery tunes during Chinese New Year.
What better way to celebrate the festive occasion than to happily sing along to the catchy songs on your cellphone, tablet and laptop?
To purchase the songs, just head to https://itunes.apple.com/my/album/988-ular-la-2013-guo-hao-nian/id593536351.
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For more information, log on to 988.com.my. 988 is owned and operated by The Star.