On January 10, Apple released iOS 16.3 beta 2 (build number: 20D5035i) along with iPadOS/tvOS, watchOS 9.3 and macOS Ventura 13.2. Apple says that for a long time, Apple users were having a problem with Apple Music’s dirty labels (obvious), and now iOS 16.3 beta 2 has fixed it. The Apple Music dirty label was detected in August last year. When Apple Music users played a harmonized version of a radio broadcast or playlist.
Official Apple Support writes:
This problem has been fixed in the latest Build 20D5035i update. You can see what software version your device is running and check for the latest updates by tapping Settings > General > Software Update. If you still encounter this problem after upgrading, please contact us through Feedback Assistant.