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If you’ve ever wanted to switch between your favorite playlists and music live streams all within the same app, now’s your chance because Amazon Music and Twitch, the live-streaming site, are connecting fans and artists like never before.
According to Business Wire, on Sept. 1, Amazon Music and Twitch “partnered to announce the incorporation of Twitch’s live streaming functionality into the Amazon Music app, enabling fans to engage with artists in brand-new ways and move seamlessly between live streams and recorded music.”
To access your favorite musicians’ performances, simply go to their artist page in Amazon Music and you’ll be able to check out all of their live performances from Twitch. Plus, Amazon Music will alert you when artists go live anytime so you don’t miss a beat.
Just think — the next time you tune into an artist’s live stream that you aren’t familiar with, it’ll be easier than ever to check out their other albums and songs on-demand with Amazon Music ready at your fingertips. And in a world where large, in-person concerts aren’t going to be part of our regular lives any time soon, this could be the future of watching our favorite musicians play live.
If you’re interested in giving Amazon Music Unlimited a shot, you can take advantage of the service’s free 30-day trial to test it without any strings attached. While your subscription will renew automatically for $9.99 a month, you can cancel your membership at any time.
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