If you live in the UK or certain parts of Europe you can sign up to Spotify, a legal music streaming service. The main focus is English and European music, but it’s particularly exciting because there’s also quite a large collection of Cantonese (and Mandarin) music on there.
There are several albums by Soler, Beyond and Eason Chan on there amongst most of the other well-known artists. Besides the big-name Cantopoppers on there, there are also several albums by LMF – especially good for learners, since they rap in normal Cantonese. There’s also a recent addition from MC Jin/Hanjin (買一送一), which I particularly liked. It’s an acoustic/rap mix that’s half in Cantonese and half Mandarin, although it gets a little samey after a while.
Anyway, check it out (www.spotify.com) – you can listen to 20 hours per month free, so there’s nothing to lose. You may even be able to access it using a proxy if you’re not in one of the selected regions, although it’s supposed to be launching in America soon.
P.S. Don’t bother if you’re looking for Jpop by the way – there’s basically nothing on there, sadly.
P.P.S. Don’t forget you can also learn songs using Anki if you’re so inclined 🙂
EDIT: I also just discovered there are a load of Jan Lamb albums on there as well for more colloquial Cantonese music. You might also like to check out Rubberband who I think are pretty good Canto musicians 🙂