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Prime Music adds Katy Perry, The Weeknd and other Universal artists

Billy Steele
09.29.15
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To keep pace with the likes of Apple Music, Spotify and other, Amazon is expanding its music streaming library once more. Today, the online retailer announced that Prime Music now features tunes from Universal Music Group. If you're not into industry minutiae, Universal is home to Katy Perry, The Weeknd, Maroon 5, Drake and Lorde, just to name a few. The deal also means that Amazon will offer a collection of classical and jazz from Universal, too. Prime members are privy to the new tunes for unlimited streaming as well as "expertly programmed" playlists on iOS, Android (and Android Auto), Fire devices, Amazon Echo, or the web.

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