Make sure you get all that you can out of using Siri with Apple music on your iPhone iPad and Apple TV, with this guide to the most popular and useful commands.
Here are some basic commands to use when getting started with using Siri to control Apple Music.
Use Siri to ask for a particular song, album or artist, as well as edit playlists and make more general requests, like years and moods.
Ask for further details on a song that's playing
You can tell Siri which songs you like, and which ones you never want to hear again! As well as rate music you enjoy, so you can playback your highest rated tracks another time.
Apple recently bought Shazam, and app which can recognize music, TV shows, movies and more based on a snippet of sound. When you can hear music playing out in a bar or club, and want to know what it is, say:
'What song is this?' or 'What's this song?'
Siri will reply 'Let me listen' and will most likely take a few seconds to recognize the song.
Once it does, Siri will respond by saying something like 'I can name that tune.' and will speak both the title and artist as well as a song cover and 'buy' link to the iTunes store.