iOS 17: How to View Song Credits in Apple Music on iPhone

How to View Song Credits in Apple Music on iPhone

Apple has released several updates and new features in Apple Music with the iOS 17 update. These include Crossfade, Collaborative Playlists, and much more. With this new update, Apple has also added the ability to view song credits for music artists and others involved in a track.

Now, you can view the Apple Music song credits for any song that’s playing, has been searched for, or is in a playlist. In the credits, you can see all the performing artists, compositions & lyrics, and the people involved in production. You can also see the available audio quality options, such as Lossless and Dolby Atmos, for the song.

Check or View Song Credits in Apple Music on iOS 17

By viewing song credits, you can find out who the artist or singer is for a particular song, and who provided the music and composed it. Here’s how you can do this:

  • Starting off, on your iPhone or iPad, launch the Apple Music app.
  • Next, go to the song whose credits you would like to view. Then, you need to tap the “three-dot icon” next to the song.
Tap on Three-dots near song name in Apple Music
  • In the pop-up menu, tap on First or “View Credits” to see all details.
Tap on View Credits For Song
  • Now, on this page, you can see all the credits for the selected song.
View Song Credits in Apple Music

Now, You’ll also notice that this screen offers the complete lyrics option, which was previously available in the dropdown menu.


Not every track or album comes with full details just yet. During our quick review, we found that most albums released between 2000 to 2023 include this information. While many older, well-known albums have the data available, some of the less popular ones may not.


What Sort of Song Credits Can You See in Apple Music?

Depending on what’s available for a particular song, you can view the following song credit details in Apple’s music-streaming app:
1. Performing Artists
2. Composition & Lyrics
3. Production & Engineering
4. Available audio quality

Can You Listen to Apple Music Offline?

Yes, Apple Music lets you download your favorite tracks so you can enjoy them offline. However, you’ll need an active Apple Music subscription to use this feature.

Credit Your Favorite Artists…

So, that’s it! I hope you found this guide helpful in understanding how to view song credits in Apple Music. If you think this guide is helpful, please share this post with your friends and family. Also, if you discover any new features or changes in Apple Music, feel free to comment in the section below.