Ask Alexa to play a song or an album without lifting a finger...
With Deezer on Amazon Alexa, you can also ask Alexa to play your Flow or a specific genre of music to suit your mood. Find inspiration with our Editor’s playlists, which are updated regularly with new and exciting tracks.
How to use Amazon Alexa voice commands on Deezer
When using Alexa, it’s important to start your commands with “Alexa” and, if Deezer is not your default music service, you’ll need to end every command with “on Deezer."
- "Alexa, play (song/album name) by (artist) on Deezer”
- "Alexa, play (artist name) on Deezer”
- "Alexa, play (Deezer Editor’s playlist) on Deezer”
- "Alexa, play my Flow on Deezer”
- "Alexa, play (genre) music on Deezer”
Learn how to make Deezer your default music service.
What else can I ask?
You can ask Alexa to do a lot more, like tell you what song is playing, skip to the next track, and change the volume level with these commands.
- “Alexa, what’s playing?”
- "Alexa, resume music."
- “Alexa, next song.”
- “Alexa, I like this song.”
- “Alexa, I dislike this song.”
- “Alexa, stop the music.”
- “Alexa, set volume to 5.”
For further voice commands for Alexa, visit the Amazon support site.
Can I listen to my favorites and playlists?
At the moment, it’s not possible to access your favorites or individual playlists that you’ve created on Deezer with Amazon Alexa, but you can still access your Flow and over 73 million songs, albums and Deezer editor playlists. You can also request Amazon Alexa to play an album or song using the voice commands.