FYI for those that use Amazon to store their music (regardless of where it was imported from), is ending on 4/30/2018. This is an FYI for those that weren't aware. I was working on importing more music to my Amazon account, and I came across this. This does NOT affect music purchased from Amazon Music.
Amazon Music Free Storage and Storage Subscriptions [amazon.com]
About Amazon Music Storage Subscriptions
The Amazon Music Storage subscription plans (free and paid) are being retired, and new subscriptions are no longer accepted.
Effective April 30, 2018
, subscriptions will not be renewed. Current paid subscription members can upload and store up to 250,000 imported songs in supported file types while their subscription is active.
Important - Upcoming Changes to Music Storage Plans
Note: These changes only impact music you've imported. Music purchased from Amazon (MP3s or AutoRip from CDs) remains securely stored for playback and download.
Paid 250,000 Song Storage Plan
As of April 30, 2018, storage plans can no longer be renewed.
While your membership is active, you can continue to upload music.
To play or download your previously uploaded songs after your subscription expires, go to Your Amazon Music Settings [amazon.com]
and select "Keep my songs." This needs to be done before your subscription expires.
After your subscription expires:
There is no option to restart your subscription.
Additional music can't be uploaded.
All Amazon music purchases remain securely stored for free.
Free 250 Song Storage Plan
You can no longer upload music from the Amazon Music for PC/Mac app.
To play or download your previously uploaded songs after April 30, 2018, go to Your Amazon Music Settings [amazon.com]
and select "Keep my songs." Otherwise, your songs will be removed from your library.
See Downloading Your Music [amazon.com]
for more information on how to download your music. This needs to be done prior to the subscription expiration.
Tip: For information about supported file types, go to: About File Formats [amazon.com]