Rumors point to a music streaming service that could rival competitors

Music streaming services are extremely popular right now, and Amazon doesn't seem to want to miss out on the action. They've already released a streaming service called Amazon Prime Music, but they're reportedly gearing up to deliver a ‘Spotify killer' version of the service that's one step up from their original platform. This is a big move to put them in direct competition with the likes of Apple Music, Spotify, Pandora, and Google Music.

Amazon seems to be in the discussions phase of the project, according to the New York Post. Amazon executives are saying that it will be much bigger than the current Prime Music platform and will offer services just like Spotify, including offline listening, commercial free with subscription, and a database with millions of songs.

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