1. Create your free Ditto Music account.
2. Upload music to Amazon along with its artwork, lyrics and release day.
3. Add credits and collaborators to share in your Amazon Music royalties.
4. Get a free Pre-Save link to share with your fanbase.
5. Receive full streaming reports and keep 100% of the money you make.
Amazon is one of the most popular online platforms for both streaming and downloading music.
Connecting with your listeners on a closer level is made possible through Amazon’s range of listener-tailored subscriptions, such as Prime, HD, and Unlimited options.
When you join with Ditto you'll also get a free Amazon Pre-Save SmartLink that you can share with your fans before your release goes live on Amazon Music.
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Keep 100% of your royalties & rights.
Access pre-save, royalty splits and lyric uploads.
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Yes! Uploading music to Amazon Music is available to anyone releasing music through Ditto.
You’ll just need to make sure your music meets the platform’s audio and cover art rules to get it accepted.
If you want to speed up your release time, you can use our Release Express service to get your music available on Amazon within 72 hours. Otherwise, it can take a minimum of 14 days to get your tracks processed and approved by Amazon Music.
Yes! It’s easy to choose an exact release date when you distribute music to Amazon through Ditto. Just make sure the date you’ve chosen is at least 2 weeks from the day you submit it to our platform.
Like other major streaming stores, Amazon pays royalties based on a pay-per-play rate. However, this rate will be less if the listener is streaming music from a lower-priced Amazon Prime account.
This and other factors like listener location means the streams from different Amazon subscriptions will have different payout calculations, making it difficult to predict exactly how much you will make from getting your music streamed on the platform.
You can expect to see your Amazon Music royalties in your Ditto account as soon as we receive them. Just like with all other distributors, there’s usually a delay of around two months for royalties to arrive after a track has been uploaded to the platform.
Amazon Music for Artists is a great tool to help you get your music on playlists, find out more about your listeners and dive into detailed streaming reports. Don’t forget to check out our Unsigned Advice blog and subscribe to our mailing list for plenty of unmissable music industry advice.
You can start uploading music to Amazon right now with a 30 day trial of Ditto Music's distribution services. Just create a free Ditto account and start uploading your tracks. Then we’ll do the rest!