A new Tidal feature will display music credits to users, a function which is not often presented on music streaming. The company rolled out the feature this week and indicated that it was created to offer a behind-the-scenes look for users to see how music is made in the studio. The music credits are presented in a different way from conventional album credits. Tidal presents the information as it pertains to an artist, as opposed to how credits relate to an album.
With the new Tidal feature, users can select songs based on the music credits, where selection can be done for individual songwriters, producers, musicians and more. There is an additional feature that allows users to filter through a miscellaneous category for different things including artwork and more.
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