Alexa Voice Command Examples: Amazon Prime Music

Below are some examples of voice commands you can use to control Amazon Prime Music on your Alexa-enabled device.

#1 Basic Playback Control

“Alexa, play the latest album from Ed Sheeran.”
“Alexa, pause the music.”
“Alexa, resume playback.”
“Alexa, skip this track.”

#2 Playlist and Genre Selection

“Alexa, play my workout playlist on Amazon Prime Music.”
“Alexa, play some jazz music.”
“Alexa, shuffle my chillout playlist on Amazon Prime Music.”

#3 Artist and Song Specific Commands

“Alexa, play Shake It Off by Taylor Swift.”
“Alexa, play songs by The Beatles.”
“Alexa, play the latest album by Justin Timberlake.”

#4 Queue Management

“Alexa, add this song to my queue.”
“Alexa, play the next song in the queue.”
“Alexa, clear my music queue.”

#5 Playback Control with Time Specificity

“Alexa, play music from the 80s.”
“Alexa, play music for a rainy day.”
“Alexa, play some party music for tonight.”

#6 Personalized Recommendations

“Alexa, play music based on my listening history.”
“Alexa, play some new releases on Amazon Prime Music.”
“Alexa, play music that I might like.”

#7 Lyric Search and Identification

“Alexa, what’s the name of this song?”
“Alexa, play the song with the lyrics ‘I’m waking up to ash and dust’.”

#8 Volume Control

“Alexa, increase the volume.”
“Alexa, set the volume to 50%.”
“Alexa, mute the music.”