Here’s How to Watch Feid Perform New Music From His Upcoming Album
Amazon Music Live is returning, and one of Latine music’s breakthrough stars will headline an episode. Today (Aug. 31), Amazon announced the return of their livestream concert series, and this season features Colombian singer Feid performing new music from his upcoming album.
Last year, the show debuted with performances from artists like Lil Baby, Megan Thee Stallion, Kane Brown, Lil Wayne, Anuel AA, A$AP Rocky, Anitta, and 21 Savage. Amazon Music Live streamed right after Thursday Night Football. For season two, rapper 2 Chainz is returning as the host, and Feid will be representing Latine music on the lineup.
“We created ‘Amazon Music Live’ to bring sports and music fans together on Thursday nights for a brand-new, can’t-miss event celebrating new music after the biggest game of the week,” Ryan Redington, general manager of Amazon Music, said in a statement. “Available to fans around the world on Prime Video and Twitch, AML became a massive new stage for artists to share their culture-defining new music after ‘Thursday Night Football,’ and this year we’re going even bigger.”
Feid’s episode will take place on Sep. 28. The following day, he will release his new album, Mor No Le Temas A La Oscuridad. Feid announced the news about his upcoming LP last week with the release of his latest single, “FERXXO 151.” He worked on that song with his longtime production team, ICON.
Feid also released the tracklist for the album. The LP will include his recent hits like “Classy 101” with Young Miko, “Niña Bonita” with Sean Paul, and “Vente Conmigo.” Some new songs on the album will include “Bubalu” with Afrobeats star Rema, “Ritmo De Medallo” with fellow Colombian singer Ryan Castro, and “Gangsters y Pistolas” with Puerto Rican rapper Ñengo Flow.
Amazon Music Live will return on Sep. 21 with a live performance from Ed Sheeran. Another confirmed guest is Lil Durk, who will appear on the Oct. 5 episode. AML streams on Prime Video and the Amazon Music Twitch channel on Thursdays at 9 p.m. PST.