Recently, the singer Lady Gaga released his new music video “Stupid Love”), which was recorded entirely with iPhone. But the partnership with Apple did not stop there: today, he painted on Apple Music an playlist created by the artist to commemorate the International Women’s Day.
Called “Lady Gaga: outstanding women”, the playlist includes the new track by the singer herself and, of course, many others by artists like St. Vincent, Rosalia, Grimes, Charli XCX and HAIM – informed the Billboard.
But it is not the only one: other playlists were created by personalities like Taylor Swift (Playlist by ME!), Meghan Trainor (They take over the world), Kehlani (#OnRepeat), Hailee Steinfeld (Pop for broken hearts) and others.
In honor of International Women’s Day, Apple Music presents the priceless production and inspiring stories of the leading women in music. Your playlists favorites have been updated with women only – from country queens to R&B stars, through daring experimental artists from underground. And the playlists essentials have taken a deep dive into women’s empowerment over the decades. You can also watch interviews with Demi Lovato and Halsey, review the documentaries Up Next with Billie Eilish and HER, and listen to original radio programs from Charlie XCX, Meghan Trainor and more.
To access all these contents, open Apple Music, go to the “Explore” tab and look for the “International Women’s Day” banner.
Tribute on Apple.com
The company also paid tribute on Apple.com.
When accessing the page, we have a “map” with all the photos used in the “Behind the Mac” campaign in which Apple celebrated women. Hovering the mouse or simply tapping (if you are visiting the page via iPhone / iPad) on the images, we can see who is being honored and what she does to make our world better.
In addition to playlists and the tribute on Apple.com, the company also held special sessions on Today at Apple, created a challenge for the Apple Watch, highlighted apps and games on App Store created by women, organized several collections focused on female production in the app Apple TV, inaugurated a collection called “Changing the Narrative” in Apple Podcasts and brought special content where celebrated women recommend their favorite books on Apple Books.