It’s not just about music.
Deep Sleep, a music streaming service launched by Amazon, Apple and Google in December, has been a boon for Amazon.
It provides a way for people to access deep, personal music they’ve never heard before, and it offers a curated collection of top artists.
It also has become a source of revenue for the company, which says the service has generated more than $3 billion in revenue.
The service has been downloaded more than 100 million times and has racked up nearly 1.3 billion listens.
But Amazon isn’t the only company that pays for deep sleep music.
Last month, a group of top music labels signed a deal with Spotify that will see artists who sell through the service get a share of ad revenue, along with other perks.
Spotify has also signed deals with Google, Apple, and Microsoft.
The deal with Microsoft is aimed at expanding deep sleep services, and the deals could open the door for companies like Pandora, Rdio and others to offer deep sleep as a standalone service.
But the biggest deal Amazon has made so far is a deal to pay $50 million to a Chinese company, KDL Media, for a deep sleep streaming service that will be available only in China.
That’s a big deal for Amazon, which has been trying to sell its own deep sleep service in the United States.
The company announced last month that it would start selling its own KDL service in China, but its own website has yet to launch in the country.
The biggest reason for that, however, is that China has been cracking down on illegal streaming of music in the past year.
The government has been pressuring companies like Google and Amazon to start shutting down illegal streaming services, which can be a big threat to Amazon’s business.
Amazon said it plans to offer a free service in other markets soon.