For some time now, YouTube Music has been testing redesigned profiles for artists Today, this revamp seems to be rolled out more widely for Android and iOS.
This redesign of YouTube Music artist begins with a larger cover image with a closer crop. As the photo starts to fade, the name of the musician appears prominently, while the follower count “Subscribe” button is now centered.
To note the latest album or single with preview art, a useful “Latest release” card that invokes the Material Theme was added. In the meantime, the list of “Songs” was renamed to reflect how “Top songs” are.
“Albums” have significantly larger cover art in order to list only one single work at a time. It makes the browsing experience amazing. Carousels are unchanged for “Singles,” “Videos,” “Featured on,” and “Fans might also like”.
The very bottom of the redesign of YouTube Music artist is home to the above-mentioned “About” page. To enlarge, you can tap the chevron, while it now provides a full view count.
If you are running an up-to-date version of YouTube Music (currently 3.37), this artist site redesign will roll out via server-side update. It wasn’t available earlier this morning for me, but this afternoon it hit my Android and iOS devices.
A similar revamp for the desktop web player is in the works, but at this point it is not rolled out.