WASHINGTON: After pulling his catalog from Spotify, Grammy winner Neil Young reached out to Amazon Music on Thursday to make sure his fans had access to his music.
According to The Hollywood Reporter, fans of Young will now be able to get a free four-month subscription to Amazon Music using a link created specifically for the Canadian-American singer. The offer will be available for one week, starting Friday.
“Amazon is leading the pack in bringing Hi-Res Audio to the masses, and it’s a great place to enjoy my entire catalog in the highest quality available,” the artist said Friday.
The Amazon promo comes two days after the 76-year-old musician pulled his music catalog from Spotify citing the streaming service’s distribution partnership with Joe Rogan – who spreads misinformation about COVID-19 and vaccines through his podcast. The Joe Rogan Experience”. .’
According to The Hollywood Reporter, Young’s team reached out to Amazon Music on Thursday to see if there was a way to ensure the artist’s fans could continue to have access to his music, and on Friday the promotional offer went live. been unveiled.
Young was not paid to promote Amazon Music, Spotify’s rival streaming platform.