If you can't download, play, or access songs First check iTunes to see if the song is ineligible for upload. Additionally, if you added the song to your library from the Apple Music catalog, it might no longer be available on Apple Music.
If you can't connect to a Wi-Fi network on your iOS device, you can try using cellular data: Turn on Use Cellular Data. You might have to pay a fee to download over a cellular network. If some of your songs are missing or the song names appear in gray text If songs that you bought are missing or the song names appear in gray text, they might use digital rights management DRM.
You need to authorize your computer before you can play these songs. If you synced the songs that appear with gray text to your iOS device from a Mac or PC, turn on iCloud Music Library on that computer and your library should update. In the upper-left corner, click Music. In the left sidebar, click Albums. Find the album with the missing artwork, then right-click or Control-click it. Click Get Album Artwork. To select more than one album, hold down the Command key on your keyboard and click additional albums.
Find the songs that are missing artwork, and remove the downloads from your device. Tap the download icon to the right of the song to download the song again from iCloud Music Library. If you have duplicate playlists on your iPhone, iPad, or iPod touch Delete the duplicate playlists: On your Mac or PC, open iTunes. Right-click or Control-click on the playlist title, then choose Delete. Open the Music app on your iOS device. Depending on your device's Internet connection, it might take a few minutes for the changes to appear.
If you need help with billing If your Apple Music membership or iTunes Match subscription ended because of a billing issue, you can update your payment information. If you no longer want this feature or any of the other features of these services, you can cancel or change your subscription at any time.