Delete & undelete music from your library

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Using your computer (play.google.com/music)

  1. Go to Google Play Music.
  2. Click My Library.
  3. Find the song or album you want to delete.
  4. Click Menu Menu > Delete.
Delete a range of songs
  1. Click a song
  2. Press and hold down the Shift key on your keyboard.
  3. Click the last song you want to delete.
  4. Near the top of the screen, click Delete.
Delete individual songs at once
  1. Click a song.
  2. Press and hold the Ctrl (Windows) or Command (Mac) key.
  3. Click the songs you want to delete.
  4. Near the top of the screen, click Delete.

Using your Android device

  1. Open Google Play Music Icon Google Play Music.
  2. Open My Library.
  3. Touch the Menu Menu next to the song or album you want to delete > Delete.
    • Google Play All Access subscribers: If music has been added to your library, but not purchased or uploaded, you’ll see a Remove from my library option.

Undelete or permanently delete music

After you delete music, you have 28 days to undelete or permanently delete music from your library by visiting Google Play Music on your computer (play.google.com/music).

  1. Go to Google Play Music.
  2. Near the top right of your screen, click Settings Settings.
  3. Select Trash.
  4. Click Undelete or Permanently delete.

If you permanently delete music purchased on Google Play, you’ll need to purchase it again to add it to your library. Ratings and stored play counts for songs will also be removed after permanently deleting music.

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