Grammy-winning artists wrap up first season of Thursday night’s hottest new music event
Amazon Music has revealed that Grammy Award-winning artist 21 Savage will be the final performer for the 2022 season of Amazon Music Live. Broadcast live after Thursday Night Football and hosted by hip-hop icon 2 Chainz, the unmissable new weekly concert series will take the stage with his multi-platinum his artists in the season finale on December 29. . Expect his set to be a big hit, including cuts from. loss of her21 Savage’s recently released collaboration album with Drake.
Last week, Amazon Music Live welcomed multi-hyphen artist, entrepreneur, actor and fashion icon A$AP Rocky to the show, performing fan favorites and debuting new and unreleased songs like “Some Problems.” . Later this week on her December 15th, Brazilian global pop superstar and Grammy Award nominee Anitta joins the broadcast. Airing on Prime Video and her Amazon Music channel on Twitch, the series brings together music and sports fans to celebrate the hottest new music.
Amazon Music Live also now offers live American Sign Language interpretation of these performances for the deaf and hard of hearing communities. Available during live broadcasts and on-demand, this feature is available for all future Amazon Music Live broadcasts on Prime Video and past on-demand broadcasts.
Amazon Music Live premiered on October 27th with first performer Lil Baby, who had just released a new album. It’s Only Meand on November 3, three-time Grammy Award winner Megan Thee Stallion wowed Amazon Music Live viewers around the world by performing songs from her new album. Trauma Zine more.Kane Brown knocked down the house on her Nov. 10 to perform songs from her new album another man, in addition to fan-favorite hits. And on November 17th, Lil Wayne performed “Lollipop” and “Mr. Carter.” I decorated the stage of Music Live.
2 Chainz will not only host Amazon Music Live, but will also interview the performing artists nightly on the Thursday Night Football Shoulder program, giving fans unprecedented access to their favorite artists. Each concert will also be available for fans to stream live worldwide on Prime Video and on-demand for a limited time.
Each week’s performance will be streamed live in front of an audience in Los Angeles. Attendance at the show is by invitation only through live event company Dice.