Track lists for unreleased albums are now visible and available for pre-saving to a library.
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Abrar Al-Heeti is a video host and producer for CNET, with an interest in internet trends, entertainment, pop culture and digital accessibility. Before joining the video team, she was a writer for CNET's culture team. She graduated with bachelor's and master's degrees in journalism from the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign. Though Illinois is home, she now loves San Francisco -- steep inclines and all.
ExpertiseAbrar has spent her career at CNET breaking down the latest trends on TikTok, Twitter and Instagram, while also reporting on diversity and inclusion initiatives in Hollywood and Silicon Valley.Credentials
Named a Tech Media Trailblazer by the Consumer Technology Association in 2019, a winner of SPJ NorCal's Excellence in Journalism Awards in 2022 and has three times been a finalist in the LA Press Club's National Arts & Entertainment Journalism Awards.
One user noted that Neck Deep's upcoming album, All Distortions Are Intentional, for instance, shows up in the
app with the option to save it to the user's library. Songs that haven't been released yet are greyed out, while others are available to play and download.
YouTube didn't immediately respond to a request for comment on the feature, but we're seeing it in our apps too.