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Apple renames Beats 1 and launches two new radio stations

By Kenny Yeo - on 23 Aug 2020, 10:28am

Apple renames Beats 1 and launches two new radio stations

Note: This article was first published on 19 Aug 2020.

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Apple has just announced that it is rebranding its Beats 1 station and also launching two new radio stations.

Beats 1 was launched alongside Apple Music and it will be now known as Apple Music 1. It will continue to be headlined by Zane Lowe and Ebro Darden.

New to Apple Music will be two new radio stations: Apple Music Hits and Apple Music Country.

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Apple Music Hits will focus on hits from the 80s, 90s, and 2000s, and will be helmed by hosts Jayde Donovan, George Stroumboulopoulos, and more.

There will also be new exclusive shows from artists such as Backstreet Boys, Alanis Morissette, and Snoop Dogg.

(Image source: Apple)

Apple Music Country will, obviously, be a celebration of country music and its culture. It will be hosted by Kelleigh Bannen, Ty Bentli, Ward Guenther, and more.

Subscribers can also enjoy exclusive shows from artists such as Carrie Underwood, Jimmie Allen, Pat Green, and many more.

Apple Music subscribers can enjoy these Beats 1, Apple Music Hits, and Apple Music Country immediately wherever they listen to Apple Music. Apple is also introducing new Siri commands like "play Apple Music 1" or "play Apple Music Hits" to access these stations immediately.

Apple Music currently offers a three month trial to new users. It costs S$9.99 monthly for a single user and S$14.99 monthly for a family of up to 6 users. Students can enjoy a promotional rate of S$4.99 monthly.

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