Music videos on Xbox One

Overview

With Xbox One, we’ve made it easy for you to access and enjoy your favorite music videos or browse and discover new music videos. If you haven’t used the Xbox Music app yet, you’ll have to download the app by selecting the Music tile on the Xbox One Home screen.

You’ll need:

  • An Xbox Music Pass to enjoy the full features of Xbox Music.
    Note On Xbox One, the Xbox Music Pass allows streaming only. Available content may vary by country and over time. See Xbox Music for more details.

Browse or search for music videos in the Xbox Music catalog

Xbox Music will allow you to find the latest videos of breakthrough artists with our Featured function, discover popular videos with Top music, or search for old favorites.

Discover new videos

  1. On your Xbox One console, sign in with your Xbox Live gamertag.
  2. Select the Music tile on the home screen.
  3. From the Xbox Music home screen, select Featured.
  4. Select the New videos tile.
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  1. Browse all genres, or select the drop-down menu to filter your results and choose the type of music you’re looking for.
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  1. To see more videos in each genre, select the ellipsis () near the bottom of the screen.

View popular videos

  1. On your Xbox One console, sign in with your Xbox Live gamertag.
  2. Select the Music tile on the home screen.
  3. From the Xbox Music home screen, select Top music.
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  1. Select the Top videos tile.
  2. Scroll through to see the most popular videos in each genre.
  3. To see more videos in each genre, select the ellipsis () near the bottom of the screen.

Note Song tiles that show “SONG + VIDEO” listed at the bottom have both a matched song and video in the catalog.

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Find and access specific music videos from the Xbox Music catalog

  1. On your Xbox One console, sign in with your Xbox Live gamertag.
  2. Select the Music tile on the home screen.
  3. From Xbox Music home screen, select the Search tile. Or, press the menu button on your controller and then select Search.
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  1. Type the name of the artist, album, or song you are interested in.
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  1. When the search results appear, use the “Filter results” drop-down menu and select Music videos.
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  1. Select the music video for the song, then select Play.
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Note Song tiles that show “SONG + VIDEO” listed at the bottom have both a matched song and video in the catalog.

Explore and play all music videos for an artist

  1. On your Xbox One console, sign in with your Xbox Live gamertag.
  2. Select the Music tile on the home screen.
  3. From Xbox Music home screen, select the Search tile. Or, press the menu button on your controller and then select Search.
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  1. Type the name of the artist you’re interested in.
  2. Select the artist profile from the results.
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  1. Scroll right to view all available music videos by the artist.
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Add a music video to your music playlists on Xbox One

Note To learn how to create a playlist, see Create a music playlist on your Xbox One.

To add a specific song or video to your playlist:

  1. Choose the song or video you want to add, then select Add song.
  2. Choose the playlist that you want to add the song or video to. Or, select New playlist to create a new playlist

Note When viewing an album or playlist, the video icon to the right of a track name indicates that the track has matched music video in the catalog.

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