Free BlackBerry Storm Download of the Day: Rihanna's Rehab Remix

Verizon is offering music produced by Timbaland with several of today's hottest artists free to BlackBerry Storm customers.
Timbaland.jpgRihanna will join Timbaland on the Verizon Mobile Recording Studio
Bus today in Los Angeles to launch the first of several new songs for
BlackBerry Storm
smartphone customers with the debut of an exclusive
remix of Rihanna's hit song "Rehab."

The "Rehab" song remix will be available tonight via a free, online
download only for Verizon Wireless customers with a BlackBerry Storm
smartphone. Using the BlackBerry Storm or any desktop computer,
customers can visit www.VerizonTimbalandStorm.com, enter the phone
number of their BlackBerry Storm smartphone, then download and listen
to the hot, new "Rehab" remix.

"The opportunity to create exclusive music for the BlackBerry Storm
with some of the most talented artists in the industry is something I'm
really looking forward to," said Timbaland. "The upcoming events will
touch thousands of fans across the country and reach millions more
through mobile technology. Bringing people together through my music is
what I was born to do.

Verizon Wireless will work with Timbaland, in collaboration with
other top artists, to bring new songs, to BlackBerry Storm smartphone
customers in connection with several special events over the next few
months. Customers with Blackberry Storm smartphones will be the first
to get the new tracks, which will feature different artists and genres
and appeal to music lovers of all ages. Each of the full-song tracks
created as part of this program will be exclusively available to
customers with BlackBerry Storm smartphones before they are available
to all V CAST Music users this spring.

The Verizon Mobile Recording Studio is a state-of-the-art studio on
wheels that allows Timbaland to create and deliver music from any
location at anytime.

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