- Streaming services have had a contentious history with the music industry, particularly with songwriters, who have accused many of the leading music streaming services of failing to give due credit to the artists behind the songs played on their respective platforms.
- Some of these platforms, such as Spotify and Tidal, resolved these issues by including songwriter credits whenever possible.
- Now, this feature could be making its way to YouTube Music through a server-side update.
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