Your favorite musical genres are requested when you initially join up for Apple Music. By doing this, it can make personalized custom playlists for you and make sure you hear less of the music you don’t like. This is incredibly effective, although it goes without saying that people’s musical preferences change over time.
What you enjoy today might not be your guilty pleasure tomorrow.
You would then need to restart Apple Music in order to add your new preferred genres. Below are the possible procedures to take.
How to Restart iPhone or iPad’s Apple Music Library
1. Tap your profile picture in the Listen Now tab to clear your Apple Music library on an iPhone or iPad. You might be prompted to log in.
2. Click “Edit Profile” from the drop-down menu by tapping the three dots in the top right corner of the screen.
3. Select “Delete Profile” at the very bottom of your scroll. As this is irrevocable, make sure you are doing what you are supposed to.
How to Restart Mac’s Apple Music Collection
1. On a Mac, click on your profile image in the top right corner to start the process of resetting your Apple Music preferences. You might be prompted to log in.
2. There are two menus—an Edit button and a three-dot menu—on the far right side of the page. Select “Edit Profile” from the three-dot menu by clicking it. Your current musical tastes are saved in your profile.
3. You can delete your profile by clicking the red link on the left. Press that. Your profile and soundtracks will no more be visible to others when you select “Delete Profile“, losing all of your selections in the process. It would be like starting over from scratch.