From BBC News:

Primark has entered the music market and is to begin selling CDs in a selection of its UK stores.

Universal Music Group confirmed to the BBC it had reached a deal with the high street fashion retailer to sell music by artists signed to its label.

Primark said the venture, initially be a trial, would complement its current business, as “fashion and music have always been synonymous”.

The firm, owned by Associated British Foods, has 242 stores in the UK.

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