Amazon Music Partners With Universal & Warner To Remaster Music || LATEST HIP HOP NEWS AND RUMOURS

Amazon Music Partners With Universal & Warner To Remaster Music LATEST HIP HOP NEWS AND RUMOURS

Well good new for all, Amazon just announced today that Amazon Music partners with Warner Music Group and Universal Music Group.

So, Amazon Music will remaster a thousand of songs and albums to Ulta High Definition. As Amazon Music partners with Warner Music Group and Universal Music Group.

Moreover, this means music of many eras and types will be available in the highest audio and quality possible.

Besides, artists like Selena Gomez, Ariana Grande, J.Cole, Waylon Jennings, 2 Chainz, Lady Gaga, Diana Ross, Tom Petty and Eagles songs will be remastered. And the newly remastered music will be available exclusively on Amazon Music HD.

In addition, the Amazon Music subscribers can already stream 5 million songs in Ulte HD. With a bit depth of 24 bits and a sample rate up to 192 kHz already. As well as they can also stream more than 60 million lossless High Definition songs. With a bit depth of 16 bits and a sample rate 44.1kHz, and a growing catalog of 3D Audio.

Even though today’s announcement will add more catalogues to the list.

Moreover, according to the company, when paired with Amazon’s high-fidelity smart speaker Echo Studio. Customers will experience ‘immersive audio, which brings listeners closer to their favorite artists and songs, allowing them to experience music the way artist intended.’

Currently Amazon Music HD is currently available to stream in the US, UK, Germany, and Japan at $12.99/month for Prime members. And for Amazon customers $14.99/month or an additional $5/month for current subscribers.

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