In this day and age, the tech-giants are rendering their efforts by constantly releasing jaw-dropping features. The latest on the list is: Amazon Music’s shopping their favorite artists’ merch all by listening to their songs.
Assuming you are streaming Lady Gaga’s tracks, now with this feature, all her merchandise will appear side by side to her tracks.
This feature exposes you to immense wardrobes of merch from artists like Billie Eilish, Jack Harlow, King Princess, Lady Gaga, and Gucci Mane, to name a few.
Amazon Music is seamlessly working with other artists as well, including Selena Gomez. The two will soon release a line collection to celebrate the release of her latest Spanish-language EP, REVELACIÓN.
The collection will feature a hoodie, graphic T-shirts, and a hat.
Gomez decided to do this collaboration to offer her fans something unique and special. She added: “That is why I worked to develop a beautiful, new collection of exclusive merch for Amazon Music. I hope you enjoy what I have put together.”
The American rock band Weezer will also be releasing a collection on Amazon Music. It will feature hoodies, T-shirts, and hats, with the signature “Flying W” logo of Weezer’s.
“Since the pandemic has temporarily eradicated the merch table, we are really excited to have developed an exclusive collection of offerings with Amazon Music to bring the merch table directly to our fans,” says Weezer. “We cannot wait to see everyone back on the road when it is safe again to tour!”
There are also exclusive collaborations coming from Gwen Stefani, Metallica, Queen Naija, Pentatonix, and Florida Georgia Line and Queen.
Amazon Music has over 55 million subscribers, and now with this feature, it is revolutionizing the way people used to shop.
The Amazon Music’s Director of Artist Product and Services, Sean McMullan, said:
“It has long been Amazon Music’s mission to strengthen the connection between artists and fans, and today’s launch furthers that goal by uniting streaming audio, music videos, live streams, podcasts, and now merch under one roof for the first time.”
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