What you need to know
- Record labels now have their own pages in Apple Music.
- The page features the top releases, newest releases, and information about the record label.
While the biggest new features for Apple Music are certainly the introduction of Spatial Audio and Lossless Audio, there was also another feature that quietly made its way to the app recently: record label pages.
The new Record Label pages allow labels to feature a number of things about their brand to those who have a relationship with or like to follow the artists of a particular company.
In an interview with Rolling Stone, Apple Music's Zane Lowe talked about how you can feel a connection to a label if they work with the kinds of artists you want to listen to.
Lowe says that they want to highlight labels in Apple Music that "hyper-focused on building great quality." He calls back to a time that, if you found that label's logo on the back of a record, cassette tape, or CD, you would be inclined to buy an album because of the reputation of the label alone.
In addition to Record Label pages, Apple Music has also added support for Spatial Audio and Lossless Audio earlier this week. If you want to experience the new audio experiences in the best way possible, check out our list of the Best wired headphones for Apple Music Lossless Audio 2021.
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