HOW DO I DELETE U2 FROM MY MUSIC?

HOW DO I DELETE U2 FROM MY MUSIC?

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Remove iTunes gift album "Songs of Innocence" from your iTunes music library and purchases - Apple Support

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    I am up to capacity in the storage on my iphone ...
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    Since iTunes Match nor iCloud supports storing video content at this time (other than music videos purchased from the iTunes Store) what you want to do is not possible. There may be other cloud storage solutions out there, but none that integrate with iTunes.
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