Apple implemented Explicit rating labels when purchasing music from iTunes as a safety parental feature, allowing parents to easily distinguish music containing explicit content within their kid’s iTunes library. However, this feature may not be needed, as it adds clutter to your music library, and constantly reminds you that the music you are listening to may be “explicit.” Here’s a simple way to remove that label from the songs you purchased from iTunes.
- To remove the explicit rating label, you’ll need to first click on the iTunes top nav bar button, then click “Preferences.” (Or just hit Command + ,)
- Navigate to the “Parental” tab and look for the button allowing you to toggle content ratings (screenshot below).
- That’s it!
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