Apple Music Kids & Family – new playlists and fresh design

Apple reveal a 105% increase in the amount of people listening to Kids and Family music in the past four weeks on Apple Music.

One of the fastest growing genres on Apple Music, Kids & Family gets new curated playlists and new artwork on existing playlists, with a promise to update daily with new music.

Back to School is top of the playlists promoted by Apple Music, with songs from family friendly artists, such as Avicii, Mashmello, OneRepublic etc. This fresh new music should help parents cope with children spending more time at home during the pandemic.

Apple Music had a similar response at the start of lockdown with their Get Up! Mix and Come Together space that collects all the upbeat playlists on the platform.

Find Apple Music Kids & Family here.

Feedings. Burpings. Changes. Repeat. Repeat. Repeat. We can’t blame you if music isn’t at the top of your to-do list—or even on it. Fortunately, the spectrum of children’s music has grown so much that parents and kids can now peacefully coexist in the carpool lane, bonding over their favorite songs. Once upon a time, children’s music was restricted to lullabies and play-songs that were passed down from generation to generation—or sometimes recited by a cheerful purple dinosaur. These days, the choices are endless. The latest radio hits cleaned up and covered by talented “Kidz”? Yep. Lullaby versions of Radiohead? Check. The inescapable “Let It Go” from Frozen, ringing out in elementary school cafeterias far and wide? Most definitely.

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