Amazon Prime Music announces the Artist of the Month Catalogue and Eminem, Gurudas Mann and Ilayaraaja bag the title

Amazon Prime Music announces the Artist of the Month Catalogue and Eminem, Gurudas Mann and Ilayaraaja bag the title

Jyothi Venkatesh 

Amazon Prime Music is set to launch a musical bonanza for the listeners on Amazon Prime Day which is on 23rd and 24th July this year. Prime members will now have access to a bouquet of content across languages with new and trending music as well as forever classics. These new launches are set to strike a chord with all music enthusiasts across ages and offer new titles and properties for every listener.

The most exciting offering is the Artist of the Month Catalogue, a fitting tribute to evergreen artists and their music across languages. Most noteworthy, iconic award-winning artists and their songs are under AOTM. AOTM aims at users rediscovering their favourite artists through a selection of handpicked albums and playlists. Through this offering, Amazon Prime Music will continue to delight music fans with premium content along with features like offline download, lyrics & Alexa support, available ad-free, on Prime Music and will be launched for English, Punjabi and Tamil languages during Prime Day. 

Music lovers will now also have a go-to destination for the most buzzworthy music, trending globally. These are global playlist which are a celebration of new, trending and viral music, which are being launched in two languages on the service, Hindi and Telugu. The Hindi playlist titled Desi Vibes will star popular artists like Shreya Ghoshal, Armaan Malik, A. R. Rahman, Jubin Nautiyal, Amaal Mallik and many more, headlining from Bollywood, Indian Pop and independent pop culture in Hindi music. As of today, nearly 35-40% of weekly streams in Hindi on Amazon Prime Music are from new releases, with over 40% of Hindi customers interacting with new releases. The Telugu playlist titled Fully Tolly, is a one stop destination for the most recent, trending, and top requested Telugu songs, a destination for artists and labels to vie for. These playlists are launched across global locales simultaneously where Indian music is widely consumed like the UK, US, Canada, Germany and Australia.

Recognizing and celebrating emerging independent music culture is Fresh Indie, a brand-new addition to Amazon Prime Music and a one-stop destination that is designed to feature new independent music and emerging artists through a singular playlist. This 20+track playlist will feature the latest Indie music and its subgenres from across languages in India.

Amazon Prime Music is also offering Rs 150 cashback on to Prime members who stream their first music or podcast on the Amazon Prime Music App and shop during Prime day * T&C Apply.

Commenting on the launch, Paul Firth, Director, Amazon Music International said, “At Amazon Music, we are constantly working to create memorable experiences for our listeners, helping them to discover and connect with their favorite hits and artists. With this launch we are expanding our playlist offering and introducing global playlists that showcase the latest trending tracks, which we hope will become the go-to destination for any language listener of the Indian diaspora. With this launch we look forward to delighting existing fans of these iconic artists, as well as introducing these musical gems to new listeners, all in one destination.”

You can access the playlists from here:

Desi Vibes:

Fully Tolly:

Fresh Indie:

Artist of the Month:

Eminem (English):

Gurudas Maan (Punjabi):

Ilayaraaja (Tamil):

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