The scheme is being launched on Thursday - Digital Download Day - as the record companies try to find a way to get people to download music legally.
Special software will make it impossible to take the music without paying for it and that has convinced record bosses to hand over their stars' tracks.
The new system lets you choose from three different ways to hear your music:
- Stream them to play them once - 1p per track
- Downloading them to your hard drive - 10p per track
- Downloading and then burning to a CD - £1 per track
But the people behind the scheme don't seem to have thought very much about kids using the service, because you need a credit card to register before you can get at the music.