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Ed Sheeran, Feid & Lil Durk announced as ‘Amazon Music Live’ season 2 performers

Amazon Music announced the second season of Amazon Music Live, the not-to-be-missed weekly concert series watched by millions of fans in its first season, streaming live after Thursday Night Football. Featuring some of the biggest artists in the world performing new music live for the first time, AML will make its much-anticipated return with a performance from multiple Grammy-winner and diamond-certified global superstar Ed Sheeran in its September 21 premiere show, just a week before the release of his new album, Autumn Variations, which is out September 29 via Gingerbread Man Records. Grammy-winning hip-hop icon 2 Chainz will return to host Season Two, and the series will be broadcast live from Los Angeles and air on Prime Video and the Amazon Music channel on Twitch at 9 p.m. PDT on Thursdays.

Watch the trailer for Amazon Music Live HERE.

Amazon Music Live will spotlight Feid, the multi-hyphenate and multi-platinum certified Latin global superstar on September 28—the eve of his highly anticipated new album, Mor No Le Temas a la Oscuridad. Multiplatinum, chart-topping rapper Lil Durk will make his debut the following week on October 5. Even more blockbuster performances from artists across a broad spectrum of genres will be announced in the weeks to come, which fans will be able to experience using Prime for all their streaming and entertainment needs in a single membership.

Each week, 2 Chainz will provide fans with unprecedented access to their favorite artists during the AML broadcast. Fans will also be able to tune into the Amazon Music Live preshow hosted by award-winning entertainment journalist and podcaster Gia Peppers and actor, musician, and NBA personality Christian Crosby. The pre-show broadcast will feature interviews, special guests, and other surprises and will air on the Amazon Music channel on Twitch starting at 8 p.m. PDT.

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