Katy Perry, Ariana Grande among Universal Music artists added to Prime Music
You can now find Universal Music Group Artists on Prime Music, members in the U.S. and U.K. now have access to even more artists when choosing to take advantage of the unlimited listening on Prime Music.
Starting today, Prime Music will now include select albums from Universal Music artists such as Katy Perry, Luke Bryan, Lana Del Rey, Maroon 5, Of Monsters and Men, Ariana Grande, The Weeknd, Ellie Goulding, Drake, Lorde, Jessie J and Eminem, among others. In addition, a wide selection of popular Jazz and Classical albums from Universal Music artists will now be available for Prime members to enjoy.
“Prime Music has already become a top destination for streaming music in the U.S. and U.K., and we are thrilled today to make it even better by growing our selection with Universal Music artists,” stated Steve Boom, VP of Digital Music for Amazon. “From chart topping artists like Lady Gaga to legendary musicians such as Tom Petty and Nirvana, we know our Prime members will love listening to all the additional music that’s now available as part of their membership.”
“We are pleased to make a selection of our catalog available on Prime Music,” said Francis Keeling, Universal Music Group’s Global Head of Digital Business. “With Amazon’s tremendous reach and consumer appeal, we are delighted to build on our relationship by making Universal Music’s world-class artists available to Amazon Prime members.”
In addition, Prime members can enjoy music from Universal Music artists in expertly-programmed Prime Playlists.
Prime Music is available via the Amazon Music app on iOS, Android, Fire devices, Amazon Echo, or on the Web at primemusic.com.
You can also find tracks that are available for offline listening. In addition, the Amazon Music app for Android supports Android Auto, allowing drivers to play favorite tracks from Prime Music using an elegant, car-optimized interface.