Following a $1.6 billion USD lawsuit over unpaid royalties, Spotify has updated its desktop site with a new feature, showing producer and songwriter credits, reports Pitchfork.

With the implementation of “Show Credits,” the platform hopes to “increase songwriter and producer visibility and, in turn, foster discovery among new collaborators, industry partners, and fans,” says Tiffany Kumar, Global Head of Songwriter Relations.

In adding, Annika Goldman, ‎Director of Music Publishing Operations, notes, “The more we share information, the more opportunities we can help create for songwriters.”

Pitchfork also points out that Spotify competitors such as TIDAL have recently added similar features.

Follow on over to Pitchfork to read their original story pertaining to Spotify's update.

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