GNOME Music 3.24 App to Use Grilo for Storing Metadata, Get Major Revamp

At the very end of last week, long-time GNOME developer Georges Basile Stavracas Neto wrote an interesting blog post about the future of the GNOME Music app, a music player distributed as part of the GNOME Stack, from where it results that the open-source software project needs a total revamp. And from the looks of it, future releases of GNOME Music promise to offer users a reliable audio playback and music library organizer tool that might just rival some of the popular music players that exist on the market for Linux-based operating systems, such as Rhythmbox or Clementine.