With June getting started, it’s Pride month. And, as is par for the course, Apple is using its resources to celebrate throughout the month, with its music streaming service highlighting a range of artists throughout June.
Apple has launched a dedicated Apple Music page highlighting Pride month, celebrating the LGBTQ+ community in various ways. The new dedicated page is launching with Pride month, and Apple will be highlighting different artists and genres throughout June. However, the new section of Apple Music will also be getting updated throughout the rest of the year, too.
Apple launched the new dedicated part within Apple Music today. Apple will be releasing new content within the section every Sunday. There will be guest-curated playlists, featuring selections from artists like Mykki Blanco, Tayla Parx, Claud, and many others. In addition to that, the new dedicated page will include Pride Talks, which will include conversations between artists like MNEK, Benn Platt, and others.
There are exclusive DJ mixes, exclusive Apple Music radio specials, and more. They will air on various stations, including Apple Music 1 and Apple Music Hits. And if you recall, Apple has its Apple Music TV. There will be Pride takeovers on select dates throughout June, starting with June 6. After that, takeovers will take place on June 13, June 20, and June 27.
The launch of the new site within Apple Music makes sense with the start of Pride month. However, it’s good that Apple will continue to update the page with new content throughout the year. Apple always finds ways to celebrate Pride month, and it’s likely this won’t be the company’s only effort this year.