Prime Stations are ad-free, personalized streaming music stations you can use to discover songs from the Prime Music catalog. You can like and dislike songs, and skip as many songs as you like.
Eligible Prime members can listen to Prime Stations as part of the Prime Music service. For more information about Prime Music eligibility go to: Am I Eligible for Prime Music?
You can listen to Prime Stations from:
Note: At this time, Prime Stations are not available on Kindle Fire (1st Generation) and Kindle Fire (2nd Generation) devices.
To start listening, open Browse from the Amazon Music menu and look for the Stations category.
To learn more about listening to Prime Stations on Amazon Echo, go to Listen to Amazon Music.
Pick a genre, decade or artist, and select a station to start streaming Prime songs from that category. Genre and decade stations will play you a selection of songs from that category or era; artist stations will play songs similar to the artist you have chosen, along with some of their best songs.
Use the + option in the playback controls to add the currently playing song to My Music.
You can also save ratings for songs to customize Stations playback. Select the Thumbs Up icon in your playback controls if you like the currently playing song and want to hear more like it. Select Thumbs Down to stop playing the song and remove it from the Station's song rotation. These preferences are saved to your account, and apply to all of your devices.
My Soundtrack, a personalized station just for you, creates a station for you based on what you’re listening to, and what songs you’ve rated Thumbs Up. To influence the music on your station, listen to songs you’d like included and rate them Thumbs Up.
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