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You can now learn fun facts about your favorite songs with Amazon Music

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What you need to know

  • Amazon Music now has X-Ray, a feature that highlights behind the scenes trivia around artists, albums, and individual songs.
  • It's coming to tens of millions of songs in the company's streaming catalogue.
  • You'll also find X-Ray on the company's other content brands, notably Kindle and Prime Video.

Amazon Music is the latest Amazon app to gain support for the company's X-Ray feature. Already present on other content focused apps like Kindle and Prime Video, X-Ray will give you the option to glean behind the scenes tidbits about your favorite songs, the company shared.

Amazon Music X Ray

Amazon Music X RaySource: Amazon

Amazon says that the feature will be available starting today, with "tens-of-millions of songs available in the Amazon Music catalog" having the X-Ray functionality. It'll feature on some of the "most popular songs in the U.S, and UK, and expanding over time with a constantly growing catalogue of song and artist information."

Just like with the X-Ray on other Amazon services, it's tucked out of the way and not necessarily forced upon you the way certain other providers implemented similar features in the past.

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