Users will now be able to live broadcast sing-alongs to "Havana" by Camila Cabello, "Welcome to The Jungle" by Guns N' Roses, Drake's "God's Plan" and more.
Facebook has announced new features allowing users to include music in their personal videos and lip sync to songs while live streaming.
Starting Tuesday (June 5) the social network will begin rolling out the new capabilities, which are the outcome of numerous deals Facebook has announced with leading music companies since late last year.
Whereas in the past videos with music were liable to be taken down from Facebook over copyright issues, now users may post freely -- at least with those tracks the platform has secured rights. This function is being tested in specific markets now and will be available more broadly soon, says the company.