As you may already know Google has an upcoming announcement for the 16th of November, which is rumored to also be the launch of Google’s new Music Store, which seems to have been leaked on TechnoDroidVe’s blog, with some pretty  nice features.

Obviously the leaked version that TechnoDroid accessed wouldn’t be completely functional, and wouldn’t allow DroidVe to purchase or download any music, but what they did find is that the service will allow you to listen to song previews, much like the iTunes Store, as well as a featured artists and a “Free Song of the Day” page, allowing you also to make recommendations over artists you have searched previously.

According to rumours though Google has not yet been able to gain rights from to of the biggest labels, Sony and Warner Bros, meaning that you may not be able to access a lot of the most current songs from their stores, if this is true it could be a deal breaker for me.

What do you think about the new Google Music service? What would you use Google Music, iTunes or Amazon’s music service?

Drop us a line in the comments below, and do not forget to come back here on Wednesday for Google’s announcement.

[Via TechnoDroidVe]

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