Nintendo of Europe has announced a newly formed partnership with the music streaming service Napster, which plans to stream over 34 millions songs to Wii U.

Wii U owners will be able to download Napster services beginning Dec. 17. Users will be required to pay a monthly subscription fee in order to access musical content.

Nintendo says that GamePad functionality for users to easily access their playlists, artists and radio stations. Wii U owners who already own the app on their smartphone or tablet will be able to access their playlists on their consoles.

If you are interested in subscribing for Napster Unlimited, click on this link, however, Napster will still provide individuals with a 30 day free trial.

Currently, Napster for Wii U is exclusive to Europe, and has not been announced for a U.S. release.

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