Since Google released YouTube Music in 2015, it was assumed that Google Play Music would end up closing.
The modifications are going to start ahead of anticipated, what with Google now not accepting any buy or pre-order requests, and eradicating the choice to add or obtain music from Google Play Music through Music Supervisor beginning late August.
It's worth mentioning that if you plan to use a third-party transfer tool to move to Spotify or Tidal, you should do it before October in case Google blocks the ability to use these tools once consumers can't use the app anymore.
The details about every song will also be transferred. And yes, it includes the playlists you have created. Just like you could with Google Play Music, you can also upload your own music to your account that can then be accessed via the cloud on any device on which you can access YouTube Music.