Use Siri and Voice Control to play music on iPhone
Play Apple Music: You can play any song (“Play ‘I’m a Mess’ by Bebe Rexha”), artist (“Play Ariana Grande”), album, playlist, or station. You can play music on AirPlay 2-enabled devices in a specific rooms (“Play the latest album by Christina Aguilera in the living room.”) You can also play popular songs from different years (“Play the top songs from 1990”).
Let Siri be your personal DJ: Say something like “Play my Chill Mix” or “Play something I like.”
Add music from Apple Music to your library: (Apple Music subscription required) Say, for example, “Add ‘Nobody’ by Mitski to my Library.” Or while playing something, say “Add this to my library.”
Add a song or album to a playlist: While playing a song, say something like “Add this song to my Workout playlist” or “Add this album to my Sunday Morning playlist.”
Find out more about the current song: Say “What’s playing?”, “Who sings this song?”, or “Who is this song by?”
Play songs based on their lyrics: (iOS 12.1.1 or later) Say “Play the song with the lyrics” and then say a key phrase from the lyrics.
Use Voice Control
Note: When you turn on Voice Control, you can’t talk to Siri.
In Settings , turn on Voice Control.
Say any of the following commands:
Play or pause music: Say “Play music.” To pause, say “Pause,” “Pause music,” or “Stop.” You can also say “Next song” or “Previous song.”
Play an album, artist, or playlist: Say “Play album,” “Play artist,” or “Play playlist” followed by the name of the artist, album, or playlist.