Apple Music Launches Two New Radio Stations, Also Rebrands Beats 1
Apple has launched two new radio stations in Apple Music called Apple Music Hits and Apple Music Country across 165 countries. The Cupertino tech giant is also rebranding Beats 1 radio station to Apple Music 1. With this move, Apple is a step closer to its rumored efforts to kill Beats.
New Radio Stations: Apple Music Hits and Apple Music Country
Apple Music Hits will feature popular songs from the â€™80s, â€™90s, and 2000s. The station will feature multiple on-air hosts namely Jayde Donovan, Estelle, Lowkey, Jenn Marino, Sabi, Nicole Sky & Natalie Sky, and George Stroumboulopoulo. The station will also host exclusive shows from artists like Backstreet Boys, Ciara, Mark Hoppus, Huey Lewis, Alanis Morissette, Snoop Dogg, Meghan Trainor, Shania Twain, to name a few.
Apple Music Country, on the other hand, will feature country music as the name suggests. The hosts for this station include Kelleigh Bannen, Ty Bentli, Bree, Alecia Davis, Ward Guenther, Nada, and Tiera along with weekly shows from Ashley Eicher and Kelly McCartney.
Apple exclusive shows from artists like Jimmie Allen, Kelsea Ballerini, Dierks Bentley, Breland, Luke Bryan, Luke Combs, Morgan Evans, Florida Georgia Line.Also includes Pat Green, Willie Jones, Chrissy Metz, Midland, Rissi Palmer, The Shires, Carrie Underwood, and Morgan Wallen in this station.
In addition, Apple Music Country will also feature producers and songwriters like Dave Cobb, Jesse Frasure, and Luke Laird, and journalist Hunter Kelly.
With an active Apple Music subscription, you can tune in to these radio stations from the app orÂ the web. Moreover, you can ask Siri to play â€œApple Music 1,â€ â€œApple Music Hits,â€ or â€œApple Music Countryâ€ on Apple devices.