The new content offering will also see the demise of YouTube Red and will include high res audio. A new service is definitely coming, as Lyor Cohen, global head of music for YouTube, mentioned at SXSW earlier this year that the new service would combine "the best of Google Play Music's context server" and YouTube's "breadth and depth of catalogue". Monthly charges apply for YouTube Red membership outside of trial periods.
The report indicates that current Play Music users will be migrated to the new service by the end of 2018.
The same YouTube Remix service had made headlines past year.
Although the application is pre-installed on all Google Play Certified Android smartphones, Google Play Music has struggled to compete with name stays like Spotify, Apple Music, iHeartRadio, and Pandora.
Previously, YouTube said about the combination of both products highlighting the fact that music is very critical to Google and the company would meet the needs of consumers and arists.
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At the time, reports said that the service would offer a Spotify-like music experience, with advanced recommendation algorithms.
This service has actually been in the works for some time, as we first heard rumors of a YouTube-branded streaming service date all the way back in December 2017.
While it certainly makes sense to combine YouTube's vast catalog of music videos and Google Play Music's enormous audio library, it remains to be seen exactly how this will play out. Nothing will change for users today and well provide plenty of notice before any changes are made, the YouTube spokesperson said. YouTube itself is a free service with a great recommendation system.
While those rumours have died down lately, it looks like they're making a return. And if the new reports are to be believed then Google has cleared all copyright issues regarding music streaming on YouTube, so the YouTube Remix will finally be launched in the next few months. This is Google we're talking about after all.