Amazon Music today announced the integration of artist merchandise within its mobile app, combining the convenience customers have come to know and love from Amazon, with a new way for artists to engage with their audience and enrich the fan experience. Continue reading “Amazon Music Launches New Shopping Experience, Making It Easier for Fans to Find Merch from Their Favorite Artists”
Amazon Music UK announced their 2021 ‘Ones to Watch’ list, the rising stars in music tipped for future superstardom, as selected by the streaming service’s expert Programming Team. Continue reading “Amazon Music UK Reveal 2021 ‘Ones To Watch’ List”
Amazon Music has announced “The U2 Experience”: a first-of-its-kind broadcast for Amazon Music designed with the voice experience in mind. Launching today (Nov. 29) simultaneously across multiple time zones, “The U2 Experience” is a new type of radio, filled with historical and new exclusive content produced by Amazon Music and available to U2 fans who tune in from the U.S., UK, Germany, and Austria, ending just before the release of the band’s upcoming album, Songs of Experience, on December 1.
Only available during its one-time broadcast and exclusively on Amazon Music, “The U2 Experience” will be available at www.amazon.com/theu2experience and on the Amazon Music mobile app and Web Player for iOS, Android, Mac, and PC. In a new way of listening, the broadcast will also be available to all Prime members and Amazon Music Unlimited subscribers in the U.S. and UK through Alexa, on Amazon Echo devices, simply by asking, “Alexa, play The U2 Experience.” Continue reading “Amazon Music, U2 Team Up to Redefine Broadcast Listening with Launch of ‘The U2 Experience’”
If Spotify is too expensive and your tastes don’t get much more adventurous than Coldplay, Amazon Music wants to be the music-streaming service for you. It might not have as many songs as rivals, but Amazon says you don’t need them when you have the rest of Amazon Prime at your fingertips.