Some users have already received the new feature, reports 9To5Google.
Instead of album artwork, song name and artist being centred on the screen, they were on the right with left-aligned text.
“This makes way for live lyrics that scroll with the current verse highlighted in white. The background remains a blurred version of the artwork,” the report said.
As the song ends, users would see a “list of credited songwriters.”
Last week, it was reported that YouTube Music might soon allow users the ability to create a custom radio.
Currently, it allows users to customise their current queue by familiarity, genre, mood, energy level, and more directly from the Now Playing screen.