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No, no desire limit his music time. Sorry I probably didn't explain enough. As much as I dislike Google we still use YouTube Music and thus my kids use it too. Like I said on their PC I have them locked down as far as searches screen time etc. The issue I see with a mobile device is that it will come with the Google sweet which includes chrome. I have no idea how to limit searches, game time etc on a mobile device. So I am asking for guidance on how to do exactly that. Does that make more sense?
If I were giving my kids a general purpose, Internet-enabled device but only wanted them to use a single service, I'd probably use MAC address filtering on my router to restrict those devices to whatever Google/YouTube domains are required. (And don't get cell service for them, obviously.) If you block the Play store and HTTP traffic it's going to take some ingenuity to misuse the device.
At the very worst that ingenuity will be highly educational. Most of the foundational stuff I know about computers I got from hacking around trying to circumvent home/school access restrictions.