Amazon Prime Music today announced that it will add thousands of tracks from Venus Music’s catalogue to its ever-expanding Indian and International collection.
Soon to be launched, Amazon Prime Music will now offer the immensely popular tracks that ruled the Indian Music industry in the 90s and 00s, all ad-free as a Prime benefit with no additional cost.
Amazon Music, India Director Sahas Malhotra said, “Amazon Prime Music continues to strengthen its catalogue across the decades of 90s and 00s as well as its selection in Hindi, Marathi, Bhojpuri and Punjabi languages to ensure we offer the best selection to our customers. With the addition of Venus Music, Prime members will have access to super hits from Dil Se, Baazigar, Yes Boss and several other Bollywood hits curated across hundreds of playlists and stations.”
With over thousands of tracks in Hindi, Punjabi, Bhojpuri, Bengali, Marathi and other regional languages across genres, Venus Music is home to many iconic hits by artists like A.R. Rahman, Jagjit Singh, Nadeem Shravan, Anu Malik, Bappi Lahiri, Pritam, Sajid-Wajid, Himesh Reshammiya among many other top music Composers. Music listeners will now enjoy tracks from classic films from the 90s and 00s along with a selection of Ghazals and devotional music, curated into playlists and stations by Amazon Music experts.
Venus Music Digital Head Girish Jain commented,
“We are very excited to announce our collaboration with Amazon Prime Music and offer our rich catalogue of classics with the upcoming new releases to the Prime customer. We are looking forward to this association with Amazon Prime Music to be highly successful and we continue in our endeavor to entertain the music lovers across the country”.
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