You can stream music videos from the Xbox Music Store to your Xbox 360 console. With an Xbox Music Pass (formerly Zune Music Pass), you can access thousands of songs and music videos directly through your console. Here’s how:
Note If you haven’t downloaded the Xbox Music app or if an update is needed, the app automatically downloads.
Browse or search for music and music videos. Select a song, playlist, or music video to stream.
As an Xbox Music Pass subscriber, you will have access to the Xbox Music Cloud Locker Service, playlists, etc., that you create on your console. You can also access the Cloud Locker Services from a computer running Windows 8 or Windows RT, or from a Windows Phone.
As an Xbox Music Pass subscriber, you can stream music videos for free on your Xbox console. To learn how to stream videos, see Stream or download Xbox Video.
You need an Xbox Music Pass (or Zune Music Pass) to play music or music videos on your console.
If you don’t have a Music Pass, you can still explore Xbox Music.
Try deleting and reinstalling the app. Here's how:
There’s no difference between a Zune tag and a gamertag. You use the same account for Zune and Xbox 360.
No. A Music Pass can be associated with only one Xbox Live account or gamertag.
You can manage your Xbox Music account by selecting Account Management under My Music in the Xbox Music app on the Xbox console. You can also manage it with the Xbox Music app for Windows 8, the Zune software on your computer, or My Account on Xbox.com. You sign in using your Microsoft account (formerly Windows Live ID).
When trying to access Xbox Music from your Xbox console, you see "Xbox Live service is not available." Try the following:
Solution 1: Check the Xbox Live service status.
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