10 Voice Commands to Stop Music with Google Assistant

If you’re a Google Assistant user, you probably know that it’s incredibly convenient to use voice commands to control your music playback. However, what do you do when you need to stop your music in a hurry? Luckily for you, we’ve got you covered with this list of 10 Voice Commands to Stop Music with Google Assistant. Below, you’ll find some examples of voice commands you can use to quickly stop your music on any compatible device.

#1 Basic Stop Commands

“Stop the music”

“Pause the song”

“End the music”

“Halt the music”

#2 Specific App Stop Commands

“Stop playing on Spotify”

“Pause Pandora”

“End the music on YouTube”

“hush SoundCloud”

#3 Stop Commands for Specific Devices

“Stop music on my phone”

“Pause the song on my Google Home”

“End the playlist on my Chromecast”

“Stop playing music on my Nest Hub Max”

#4 Stop Commands for Specific Genres

“Stop playing classical music”

“Pause the rap song”

“End the country playlist”

“Halt the rock and roll music”

#5 Stop Commands for Specific Artists

“Stop playing Taylor Swift”

“Pause the Beatles song”

“End the Ed Sheeran playlist”

“Halt the Ariana Grande music”

#6 Stop Commands for Specific Albums

“Stop playing ‘Thriller’ by Michael Jackson”

“Pause ‘Blonde’ by Frank Ocean”

“End ‘Back in Black’ by AC/DC”

“Halt ‘Rumours’ by Fleetwood Mac”

#7 Stop Commands for Specific Songs

“Stop playing ‘Bohemian Rhapsody’ by Queen”

“Pause ‘Stairway to Heaven’ by Led Zeppelin”

“End ‘Shape of You’ by Ed Sheeran”

“Halt ‘Imagine’ by John Lennon”

#8 Stop Commands for Radio Stations

“Stop playing the news radio”

“Pause the NPR radio”

“End the jazz radio station”

“Halt the rock radio station”

#9 Stop Commands for Playlists

“Stop the workout playlist”

“Pause the study playlist”

“End the party playlist”

“Halt the driving playlist”

#10 Stop Commands for Queue

“Stop playing the next song”

“Pause the current song”

“End the remaining playlist”

“Halt the shuffled queue”