Spotify recently brought back a feature that fans love called Spotify Wrapped, which shows you all of songs and artists that you listened to the most throughout the year. Spotify has done this several times in the past, and it's always a fun recap of the year for people who use the music streaming service a lot. Spotify Wrapped shows you not only the songs and artists you listened too most, but also how much time you spent on the service. I listened for more than 40, minutes. It also tells you the genre of music you listened to most mine was country , the first song you listened to in and more. Here's a little bonus: You can listen to the top songs you played in by opening the Spotify app and tapping the home tab. You'll see a playlist called "Your Top Songs ," which is sorted starting with the songs you played the most. It's kind of fun, and brought back some songs I'd forgotten I had listened to earlier this year. There's also a "Tastebreakers" list that has a whole collection of songs that are similar too ones Spotify knows you like.
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What is Spotify Wrapped?
There's a lot from the last 12 months to reflect on, and thankfully, Spotify is making it a little easier with the return of its Wrapped feature, which shows provides a nice summation of your listening habits throughout the year. Just like previous years, the streaming service also launched its popular "year in review" feature on Thursday, giving you a deep and personalized look at what you listened to the most in The feature even tells you how many minutes of music you've listened to and how many songs you've "liked" this year. The results include bespoke insights into your most-listened-to artists, songs, playlists, podcasts, and genres. You'll also get to see the total time you've spent listening to music throughout the year, which could very well be the wakeup call you need to stop listening to the Mountain Goats cover Ace of Base on repeat. No one?
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Does anyone has an idea from where I can get a support e-mail to ask for my statistics? Go to Solution. If you're looking for personal stats for all time, we don't have a current feature for that.
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