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Apple Music joins the music industry’s ‘Black Out Tuesday’ awareness campaign

It’s been a very difficult few days in the United States after the murder of George Floyd last week in Minneapolis. We have seen images of the protests and how many personalities have joined this fight , which has also had its bad side since many stores, including the Apple Store, are being looted these days, even though it really doesn’t serve any purpose.

Apple had already partly supported this cause against racism in a letter from its own CEO Tim Cook, and now the company is showing its support again by joining the ‘Black Out Tuesday’ awareness campaign that the music industry has created.

Apple Music joins the music industry’s ‘Black Out Tuesday’ awareness campaign
Apple Music joins the music industry’s ‘Black Out Tuesday’ awareness campaign

Apple Music has eliminated its regular radio shows in Beats 1 and instead is directing all iOS and macOS users to a single station that celebrates the best of black music, you’ll hear songs continuously without the usual speakers. In addition, in the Explore section we also have samples of solidarity with the