Play Apple Music radio in Music on Mac
Apple Music radio features three world-class radio stations (Apple Music 1, Apple Music Hits and Apple Music Country), as well as a collection of stations based on different genres. These stations provide a great way to explore and enjoy new music or keep up with your favourites.
You can also create your own custom stations, based on your pick of artist, song or genre.
In addition to radio, you can play Apple Music TV, a free, 24-hour curated livestream of popular new music videos that includes exclusive premieres, music video blocks, live shows and events, chart countdowns and more.
Play a station
In the Music app on your Mac, click Radio below Apple Music in the sidebar.
Move the pointer over any station, show or playlist, then click the Play button .
For some stations, you can click the Next button in the playback controls to skip to the next song (or use the Touch Bar). If available, you can view the song’s lyrics, which appear in time with the music.
Tip: To see a programming schedule for each of the Apple Music radio stations, click the Calendar button . To share a programme, click the More button , then choose Share. See Share songs.
Create a station
You can create a station in any of the areas (below Library in the sidebar) where you can play a song; for example, in Playlists or Albums.
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In the Music app on your Mac, click any option below Library in the sidebar. For example, click Songs to display all the songs in your library.
Select an item, click the More button , then choose Create Station.
The new station is available when you click Listen Now or Radio in the sidebar (below Recently Played).