AWA and McDonald's FREE Wi-Fi special content DOBERMAN INFINITY now available! In addition to the latest single "DO PARTY", 17 other songs are on offer.

On Wednesday, April 26, 2017, 17 songs in addition to the latest single "DO PARTY" from rap and vocals group "DOBERMAN INFINITY" will be made available for an exclusive early release (*1).

This exclusive distribution is part of the special content that AWA and McDonald's Japan (Headquarters: Shinjuku-ku, Tokyo; President & CEO: Sarah L. Casanova) began providing on Wednesday, March 29, 2017. Anyone who connects to McDonald's FREE Wi-Fi at any of the approximately 1,800 locations in Japan will be able to listen. Those who have registered for the AWA Standard plan or a trial period can listen to the full versions of the tracks, while those using the Free plan can listen to the 90-second versions. The full version of DOBERMAN INFINITY's latest single "DO PARTY"(Wednesday, May 10, 2017 release) is only available via the AWA and McDonald's special content prior to its release.

Members of the group said, "DO PARTY and the other 16 tracks will be distributed exclusively via AWA and McDonald's special content. DO PARTY commemorates the third anniversary of our group. We wanted to make a really catchy song, so it's a really fun party song! There's also a voice track that you can only hear at McDonald's, so be sure and stop by a McDonald's location to listen!"

(*1) The AWA and McDonald's exclusive early release period is from Wednesday, April 26 to Tuesday, May 9, 2017.

■About McDonald's Japan
Since opening its flagship restaurant in Ginza in 1971, McDonald's Japan strives everyday to provide customers with the best restaurant experience possible. Their mission is "to be our customers’ favorite place and way to eat and drink," and they follow the principles of QSC&V (Quality, Service, Cleanliness, and Value) that are the rules for success in the restaurant business, as advocated by the founder of McDonald's, Ray Kroc. Currently, McDonald's Japan runs approximately 2,900 restaurants throughout the country's 47 prefectures, and serves an average of around 1.2 billion customers a year with products such as burgers. Through aiming for the world's best food product management system, uncompromising "quality management," thorough investigation into "cleanliness" through restaurant operations, and carrying out sincere service, McDonald's Japan provides customers with a pleasant space to eat, and creates restaurants that customers will feel are a “FUN PLACE TO GO”.