Kid Rock Ends iTunes Boycott

 

Michigan rapper/singer, Kid Rock, who has openly criticized Apple in the past, has finally lifted his boycott by releasing his new LP Rebel Soul on iTunes. The album, which is set to drop on November 19th, is available for pre-order on iTunes. The albums first single, which is called Let’s Ride, is already available for fans to buy. Kid Rock’s manager Lee Trink had this to say about the sudden change of heart: “We have landed, times are different than they were on the last release,” says his manager. Trunk acknowledges the importance of legal digital downloading saying “Digital will only be a greater and greater proportion in the way recorded music is purchased.” Will any of you bestfans be purchasing Kid Rock’s new album? Could be worth it, go check it out on iTunes!

 

 

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