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Three sizzling Apple music playlists for Kiwis to enjoy

Tired of listening to the same old tunes over and over again? 

Well, today you’re in luck because we've come up with a list of our favourite music curators and playlists. 

These are songs that The All Blacks themselves roll in the grass over, in fact, some of these playlists are theirs.

Here are three Apple music playlists you should give a shot: 

Beats 1 Radio 

Beats 1, Apple Music's 24/7 live radio station broadcast to over 100 countries is led by New Zealand-born DJ and one of the most influential names in music, Zane Lowe. 

Joining Lowe on Beats 1 are renowned presenters Ebro Darden in New York, and Julie Adenuga and Matt Wilkinson in London. 

The biggest artists in the world are on Beats 1 whether it's through exclusive interviews or hosting dedicated stations like Elton John’s “Rocket Hour” and Dr Dre’s “The Pharmacy.”

SWEAT

One of the most popular curators on Apple Music is SWEAT led by fitness sensations Kayla Itsines, Sjana Earp and Kelsey Wells who have each personally curated playlists to match their workouts.

PWR is a brand new playlist launched just last week which features high energy, hip-hop heavy, weights training playlist designed and programmed by SWEAT trainer Kelsey Wells.

The All Blacks

All Blacks fans can listen to the music that drives the world's number one rugby team with Apple Music playlists curated by the players themselves. 

Fans can listen to five All Blacks playlists and gain access to tracks for the team's Power Session at the gym, pre-game Pump Up, Post Match wind down, their favourite New Zealand hits and a special European Tour selection. 

All playlists are curated by the players themselves and updated regularly so fans can hear the music that the team is listening to right now.

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