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YouTube Music will now let you see credits behind a song and album

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YouTube is constantly adding new features to make its YouTube Music app more and more interesting for users. The latest feature, like Tidal, has been added to the app. As per information from 9to5Google, you will now be able to see song and album credits for your favorite songs.

YouTube has recently made some notable changes to its application. In the previous update, a major playlist/album UI was introduced. This recent feature made the app experience even better.

You can now see song and album credits on the YouTube Music app

This feature is currently being rolled out and will be available to you quite soon. While listening to a song, tap on the three-dot menu at the bottom of the screen. It contains the option of showing credits for the song. By clicking on this option, all available information, like the writer, producer, and label of the song, will be popped up.

This information and the whole background behind the songs are pretty vital, as they will not let you mix up the writer of the song with the person who performed it. As for their musical tour de force, all their songs were written by the Bee Gees.

In some cases, your favorite songs aren’t written by the same artist who performs them. So this latest feature gives us the whole background story behind the songs. Some of them are very melodious and were written by someone behind the curtain.

And the story of a song didn’t just end up here. There is also an important role for the producer behind a song video, who sets up just the right platform to make this song happen. All parts of the songs need to be composed in a perfect way to make a song fierce.

So this latest feature of YouTube Music is really a game changer, and through this feature, we’ll be able to see credits for all those who put efforts into making a song perfect for us. This feature will be available with both old and new songs. So, now you can see all these credits for your older songs as well as the latest released songs.

Lucia Coleman

I’m a communication enthusiast and junior editor-reporter at Research Snipers, I have completed a degree in Mass Communication but am very enthusiastic about new technology, games, and mobile devices. I have the main interest in Technology and games.

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