Set up and view an iTunes Store account in Music on Mac
To buy items in the iTunes Store, you need an Apple ID. If you don’t have one, you can set one up using Music. If you purchased items from the Apple website, if you have an iCloud account, or if you joined Apple Music, you already have an Apple ID.
Sign in to the iTunes Store
When you have an Apple ID, you can sign in to the iTunes Store to buy music, view or change your account information, and see your purchase history.
In the Music app on your Mac, choose Account > Sign In.
If you already signed in to Podcasts or the Apple TV app, you’re automatically signed in to Music.
Do one of the following:
Sign in with your Apple ID: Enter your Apple ID and password, then click Next.
Create an Apple ID: Click Create Apple ID and follow the onscreen instructions.
To sign out, choose Account > Sign Out.
Change your account information
You can change your Apple ID name, password, or billing information at any time.
Choose Account > Account Settings.
Do any of the following:
Change your Apple ID name or password: Click Edit at appleid.apple.com.
Change your payment information: Click Manage Payments.
Change your billing address: Click Edit.
Change your country or region: Click Change Country or Region.
Change your computer authorizations: Click Deauthorize All. See Authorize a Mac to play iTunes Store purchases.
Make your changes, then click Done.
Your changes take effect immediately, and apply to all apps in which you use your Apple ID.
See the Apple Support article Change, add, or remove Apple ID payment methods.
View your purchase history
Music you purchase from the iTunes Store is added to the Purchased playlist in Music.
Choose Account > Account Settings, then click See All (below Purchase History) in the Account Information window.
You see your most recent purchases at the top.
For more details about your purchases, do any of the following:
View details about a specific purchase: Click the More link below the price.
View details about earlier or later purchases: Choose various timeframes from the pop-up menu, such as Last 90 Days.
See the Apple Support article See your purchase history for the App Store, iTunes Store, and more.
If your purchase history seems incorrect, or you believe you’ve been charged for an item you didn’t buy, visit the Billing and Subscriptions website.