Amazon Announced A New Perk For Prime Members—Here’s How To Get It

Are you an Amazon Prime member *and* a music lover? You’re in luck! The world’s largest online retailer announced this week that members of its subscription service can now access Amazon Music‘s entire catalog, full of 100 million songs in shuffle mode. This new perk, as reported by Fox Business and the Associated Press, will be available without advertisements, and most importantly, at no additional cost. Here’s else what we know:


Amazon Music’s Entire Catalog Now Free For Prime Members

Previously, members may recall that they were only able to listen to an ad-free catalog of two million songs, as noted by Steve Boom, vice president at Amazon Music. Now, 100 million tracks will be available to stream for Prime members, along with ad-free podcasts like Wondery’s catalog of shows, and other exclusive listens like Keke Palmer’s new original podcast “Baby, this is Keke Palmer” and “MrBallen Podcast: Strange, Dark & Mysterious Stories.”


Amazon Music recently revealed that the decision behind the notable increase came after many customers asked for access to the full catalog of music. Prime members can now shuffle play any music artist, album or playlist with an option to upgrade to the Amazon Music Unlimited tier. This woudl then alloww on-demand access, which Fox Business reports has “spatial audio” along with songs in HD and Ultra HD. “We continue to innovate on behalf of our customers, and to bring even more entertainment to Prime members, on top of the convenience and value they already enjoy,” Boom said.


How To Access The Music Catalog

To check out the millions of songs, many podcasts and other offerings from the Amazon Music catalog, Prime members can log in with their Prime username and password and then let the streaming begin. It can be accessed via a web browser, the mobile app, or through an Alexa device. Happy listening!