As draws to a close, so too does a stellar year of streaming on Spotify. You may be reflecting back on the past 12 months, thinking about your own music discoveries and the songs you repeated over, and over, and over. We dove into the newcomers, showstoppers, and top performers who united the globe with music and podcasts this year. And ahead of the brand-new decade, we also looked back on the last 10 years in music to reveal who dominated global listening.
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Join , subscribers and get a daily digest of news, geek trivia, and our feature articles. To help illustrate this point, Spotify Wrapped shows you precisely what you listened to most over the past year. Now that we have reached the end of , Spotify has launched its Wrapped feature so that you can see what was playing most this year. And in addition to viewing data about individual songs, you can check out what genres you listened to, how much time was spent streaming, and much more. As we are entering into a new decade, Spotify is adding something new to Wrapped. Ready to find out what songs and artists you listened to most over the past 12 months?
Only time will tell. But what about your listening habits? That means this year, your Wrapped will include the songs, albums, artists, and podcasts you discovered throughout , plus the artists you streamed the most throughout the decade on Spotify. Plus this year, for the first time ever, you can view your Wrapped right when you log in to your Spotify app—or head to spotify. Spotify users who have been with us for at least two years will get a personalized recap highlighting their top artist and total minutes streamed throughout the decade, as well as top artist and song for each year. Then, relive your top tracks in a personalized playlist, or take a look at the most-streamed songs on Spotify this year and throughout the decade. Spotify Premium users will even get to go a little deeper, with access to additional personalized data stories and insights about their year in listening that includes the number of artists they discovered and the top artist they discovered this year. These are complete with a summary of your top tracks, artists, and genre from their listening history on Spotify. So open up your Spotify app or head to spotify.
This best time of the year is upon us: Spotify Wrapped. Earlier this month, Spotify, the streaming music giant, released its Best Of lists for , which showed that the world spent the year listening to a whole lot of Post Malone and Billie Eilish. But Spotify also sifts through the treasure trove of data we willingly hand to it to make personal recounts for every single user. That means you. Yes, like your drunk-but-actually-kind-of-cool uncle, Spotify turns up at the end of every year to remind you of the most embarrassing musical moments from the preceding 12 months. Did you pump Lizzo bangers all year?