The most recent addition to YouTube Music is a carousel in the Home feed that displays Covers and remixes of songs you’ve listened to. This rundown style merry-go-round takes later “Speedy picks,” with four melodies displayed on every one of the five pages.
You get scaled-down cover craftsmanship, name, and craftsman with a flood menu at the right.
YouTube suggests Covers and remixes:
It’s populated with covers and remixes of tunes you regularly pay attention to.
It beats physically looking for remixes or going to the first melody and opening “Related” for Different exhibitions, which are now and again live exhibitions and recordings.
The Covers and Remixes carousel appears near the bottom of YouTube Music’s Home feed when it first launches. If you play it often and sing songs from it, hopefully, it will come up. In the meantime, we are also seeing a carousel titled “Trending songs” with the same list style and the option to personalize it with “For you.”
Separating the main feed with different elements it is nice that YouTube Music is breaking up the monotony of cover art.