Amazon Music Goes Ultra-High-Definition | PYMNTS.com

Thanks to a partnership with Universal Music Group and Warner Music Group, thousands of tunes on Amazon Music will be retooled to ultra-high-definition, Amazon announced on Friday (Oct. 2).

For the first time, music from Marvin Gaye, Nirvana, Diana Ross, Lady Gaga, The Notorious B.I.G., Ariana Grande and more have been remastered to the highest-quality streaming audio on Amazon Music HD.

“We launched Amazon Music HD last year with a promise to always offer our customers the best quality recording available for streaming,” said Steve Boom, Amazon Music’s vice president, in a statement. “With this partnership, we are building upon that promise by upgrading existing recordings to make the listening experience even better, and preserving artistic legacy for future generations.”

Amazon Music HD offers streaming of five million songs in Ultra HD and more than 60 million tunes in HD. It costs $14.99

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