Google India has partnered with three companies on a music service to direct users of the search engine to legal tracks, according to the Wall Street Journal.

The Web giant has joined with Indian music company Saregama India in the move to help tackle piracy, along with media company Saavn and Web portal In.com, which both offer Indian music. The service will cover hundreds of thousands of Indian tracks ranging from Bollywood hits to Indian classical tunes.

The Journal said Google launched the service today (Oct. 22) and will integrate it into the main search bar. Links to legal music will launch a pop-up where the content will be available for free streaming.

The top results from music searches at Google India will be from Google's partners.

Google India did not comment.