Best New Playlists, Shows, and Exclusives on Apple Music

Every day, Apple Music will release some new playlist, shows and songs. If you want to discover and enjoy the latest Apple Music, check out here.


Zane Lowe sits down in a cathedral with Halsey and director Baz Luhrmann to discuss Halsey’s upcoming new album, Hopeless Fountain Kingdom, and the director’s influence on the record.

Zane Lowe with Halsey and Baz Luhrmann – Check it out!

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Best of Beats 1

One of the best parts of Apple’s Beats 1 is the lineup of unique shows that the station has assembled. Apple Music subscribers can listen to each full episode on demand, or skip to the new playlist with tracks from that week’s show. Now we’ve got new episodes from Elton John, Jehnny Beth, and Mike D.

  • Rocket Hour – Elton John sits down with London Grammar’s Hannah Reid to talk about her trio’s new album, accompanied by music from UNKLE, Prince, Amber Mark, Rose Royce, and more.
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  • Start Making Sense – Mount Kimbie’s Kai Campos speaks with Jehnny Beth about the group’s latest project. This episode features music from the likes of Sons of Kemet, Kelli’s, Gil Scott-Heron, and more.
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  • The Echo Chamber -Busy P, Justice, So Me, Breakbot, and Irfane come come on the show to talk with host Mike D. The music for this episode includes work from Frank Ocean, Kendrick Lamar, Mr Flash, Daft Punk, and Phoenix.
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Essential Playlists

Apple Music features a number of carefully curated playlists built both by its own experts as well as several influential publications and companies. These lists highlight the week’s best music, interesting artists that you should be listening to, and more, and are constantly updated with fresh tracks.

  • #OnRepeat – These are the latest hip-hop and R&B tracks that are sticking in the minds of the Apple Music editors. Right now, you can here Kendrick Lamar, Future, Migos, and Wizkid as part of this list, with more tracks being added over time. – Get the playlist
  • I Miss the ’70s – Dive into the 1970s with this list, featuring the some of the top hits of the decade from artists like Electric Light Orchestra, Elton John, Helen Reddy, Prince, and AL Green. – Get the playlist
  • National Concert Day – Check out this list from the folks over at The Today Show, created in celebration of National Concert Day earlier this week. It features Jason Alderaan, OneRepublic, Adam Lambert, Incubus, and others. – Get the playlist

How to Listen to Apple Music on Any Devices

You know that Apple Music can be only playback on its supported devices. But sometimes, you may need to transfer and play Apple Music on iPod Nano, Sony Walkman, PS4, Kindle Fire, etc. What should you do if you want to listen to these new Apple Music on non-supported devices? Get help from Apple Music Converter.

Apple Music Converter enables you to get away from DRM restriction by removing DRM lock from the M4P songs you downloaded with Apple Music. Also, it helps you convert M4P to MP3/ AC3/M4A/FLAC and save them as new DRM-free files. Then you can listen to Apple Music songs on any devices. By doing so, you can also keep the audio tracks forever even if you unsubscribe Apple Music.

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Source: iMore