Adding some music to its Thursday night football coverage, Amazon is announcing its Amazon Music Live concert series. Rapper 2 Chainz will host, and Lil Baby, Megan Thee Stallion, and Kane Brown are headliners. More recently, Lil Wayne and Anuel AA will join the series as performers.
Lil Baby, Megan Thee Stallion & Kane Brown To Join 2 Chainz
Amazon Music Live is taking place every Thursday at 9 pm PT. The series kicked off October 27th and it has now been extended to continue until December 1st. The series airs on Prime Video following Thursday Night Football, and streams live from Los Angeles. Each week’s performance films in front of a live audience. In addition, attendance to the show is facilitated through live events company DICE, by invitation only.
Rapper 2 Chainz serves as the host for all nights. Also, he interviews each night’s performing artist, adding more fun to the night. Each Amazon Music Live Concert is available for fans to stream live around the world on Prime Video. It is also available to stream on-demand for a limited time.
On October 27th, Lil Baby performed cuts off his recently released album, It’s Only Me, as well as fan-favorites and chart-topping hits. Next, November 3rd, hip-hop star Megan Thee Stallion took the stage. Lastly, country artist Kane Brown continued the series on November 10th, performing songs from his new album Different Man and more.
“Every Thursday night, I’m bringing the biggest and the brightest stars in music to the Amazon Music Live stage in Los Angeles,” 2 Chainz says. “We have the people that are influencing the culture and have carved their own unique path in music, like Lil Baby, Megan Thee Stallion, and Kane Brown. Amazon Music Live is the only place to be for the official Thursday turn-up!”
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Lil Wayne & Anuel AA Get Added As Performers
Most recently, there was an announcement that hip hop legend Lil Wayne and reggaeton star Anuel AA will keep the series going until December 1. Lil Wayne will take the stage on November 17, performing fan-favorite hits as well as songs from his latest album Sorry 4 The Wait. Anuel AA, on the other hand, is performing on December 1, marking the last performer of the series as of now. We’ll have to wait to see if other artists join the lineup! In the meantime, it looks like there will be no show on Thanksgiving Day, November 24.
Don’t Miss Amazon Music Live Every Thursday Night
“Whether you’re a sports fan waiting for the first football game of the week, or a music fan staying up late to hear the latest drop from your favorite artist, Thursday is the biggest night for entertainment,” shares Kirdis Postelle, the head of artist marketing of Amazon Music. “With Amazon Music Live, we’ve created a new, can’t-miss series for fans to experience the most exciting new music together. For artists, this show represents a massive new stage to share their music with fans after Thursday Night Football. The biggest game of the week, airing live on Prime Video.”
So, mark your calendars for every Thursday night! You won’t want to miss out on the fun.