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Amazon Prime Music adds Tips Music’s catalogue of songs to its ad-free selection

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Amazon Prime Music, the soon to be added latest Prime benefit for Prime members in India, will make Tips Music selection across 90s Bollywood easily discoverable and accessible. Today Amazon announced that they added more than 25,000 chart-topping tracks from Tips Music’s catalogue to a vast selection of Indian and international songs on Amazon Prime Music.

“With the addition of Tips Music’s catalogue of 25,000 hit songs to our selection of music, Amazon Prime Music customers in India will soon be able to enjoy the super hit 90s Bollywood melodies, taking them down memory lane. Customers will also have an easy discovery of one of the largest collection of Indian devotional music across songs by deities, playlists for the morning prayers or just enjoy uninterrupted chants stations to get through the day, all ad-free on the Amazon Prime Music app,” said Amazon Music, India Director Sahas Malhotra.

Soon to be launched as a Prime benefit at no additional cost, Amazon Prime Music will also include the latest releases from Tips Music on its ad-free streaming service.

“Tips Music is one of India’s leading music labels and has a catalogue that has some of the biggest hits from the 90s’ up to today. A catalogue that boasts of super hits like Ajab Prem Ki Ghazab Kahani, Race, Ramaiya Vastavaiya, Kismat Konnection, Barsaat, Taal, Mann, Pardes, Raaz, Raja Hindustani and more. Tips Music has a catalogue that covers an era where melodies ruled the Indian music industry. The label has a host of releases lined up and will be available on Amazon Prime Music,”

said  Tips Music MD Kumar Taurani.

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  1. Hello sir,

    This me Tammy Tiwari a unknown singer who want to collaborate with you and want to give a many songs which has been written by me. So, tell me how can I contact with you.

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