This week, Amazon has announced that current Prime subscribers will get access to pretty much all of Amazon Music. In a press release yesterday, the company revealed that current Prime customers will now have access to 100 million Amazon Music songs.

The access is limited though, for a better and more “in control” user experience, a dedicated Amazon Music subscription would be a better choice. However, for a “free” add-on, you get access to the entire music catalog in shuffle mode, which is crucially ad-free. Amazon also says users can make new playlists for a more tailored experience.

This new improvement to the service is going to be available now at no additional cost to a Prime membership. Amazon Prime is currently £8.99 per month or £95 per year in the UK. In the US, this is $14.99 per month or $139 per year.