Super Cool Apple Music Siri Commands

With smart Siri commands, playing Apple Music is pretty easy and fun. From streaming a particular song of any genre or year to controlling music, the personal assistant is ever ready to do the favor instantly.

New to Apple Music and willing to master the music-streaming service? Apart from some handy tips, you’ve got to perfect a range of Apple Music Siri commands to stream songs with more flair.

Frankly speaking; most of the phrases are quite simple, and therefore, you can effortlessly remember them. What’s more, you can also personalize Siri commands as per your taste by mixing and matching some keywords. Enough talk; let’s head south to start using Siri commands with Apple Music!

Complete List of Siri Commands for Apple Music

Play Your Favorite Music

“Hey Siri, play my melodious playlist.”
“Hey Siri, shuffle my melodious playlist.”
“Hey Siri, add this song to my melodious playlist.”
“Hey Siri, add this to my library.”
“Hey Siri, play My New Music Mix.”
“Hey Siri, play the pop playlist.”
“Hey Siri, play my music from Justin Bieber.”
“Hey Siri, play the newest music from Michael Jackson.”
“Hey Siri, play the latest song(s) by Rihanna”
“Hey Siri, play some recent pop music.”
“Hey Siri, play some sad music.”
“Hey Siri, play some workout music.”
“Hey Siri, play some party music.”
“Hey Siri, play some chill music.”
“Hey Siri, play some romantic music.”
“Hey Siri, play some motivational music.”
“Hey Siri, play some bedtime music.”
“Hey Siri, play some cooking music.”
“Hey Siri, play some focus music.”
“Hey Siri, play some calm music.”
“Hey Siri, play some fun music.”
“Hey Siri, play something new.”
“Hey Siri, play the songs I have not heard.”
“Hey Siri, play some music to dance to.”
“Hey Siri, play the best songs from the ’80s.”
“Hey Siri, play the top 20 songs from 1995.”
“Hey Siri, what was the top song in 2012.”
“Hey Siri, create a radio station based on Dangerous.”
“Hey Siri, play the number one song on June 1, 1985.”
“Hey Siri, play ALT 98.7 FM”
“Hey Siri, play the best songs from the US”
“Hey Siri, play the best songs from Australia”

Control Your Music

Take a peek at the following Siri commands to take control of Apple Music.

“Hey Siri, play music.”
“Hey Siri, pause.”
“Hey Siri, skip forward 15 seconds.”
“Hey Siri, jump back 20 seconds.”
“Hey Siri, raise/lower the volume.”
“Hey Siri, increase the volume to 40%.”
“Hey Siri, increase the volume to 30%.”
“Hey Siri, set the volume to the max”
“Hey Siri, skip this song.”
“Hey Siri, previous track.”
“Hey Siri, turn on repeat.”
“Hey Siri, play (this song) from the beginning”

Quickly Get the Desired info About Songs

“Hey Siri, how many songs are on this album.”
“Hey Siri, I like/dislike this.”
“Hey Siri, never play this song again.”
“Hey Siri, what song is this?”
“Hey Siri, what was the last song called?”
“Hey Siri, who sings this?”
“Hey Siri, who plays guitar on this song?”
“Hey Siri, who plays piano on this song?”
“Hey Siri, who is the drummer in this?”
“Hey Siri, what year is this song from?”
“Hey Siri, how many songs are on this album?”
“Hey Siri, play more like this.”
“Hey Siri, after this play Shape of You.”
“Hey Siri, tell me more about this artist.”
“Hey Siri, I want to hear the live version of this song.”
“Hey Siri, what year is this song from?”
“Hey Siri, what’s the name of the next song?”
“Hey Siri, who is the artist in the next song?”

Just Tip of The Iceberg…

As I said above, these are just the tip of the iceberg. So, you can fine-tune the command using keyboards so that Siri can make Apple Music deliver the best for you.

There you go!

Signing Off…

Now that you know all the smart Siri commands, get the most out of the music-streaming service. If need be, go for the full-on customization so that the personal assistant can spice up your music time with flair.

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