Spotify Wrapped 2022

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Spotify’s yearly Spotify Wrapped is out! Here is everything you need to know about this year’s one.

This article includes a brief description of Spotify Wrapped and its contents. It also explains how you find yours and how to share your Spotify yearly statistics with your friends on social media.

Finally, there is additional information on how to find previous years’ Spotify Wrapped and other ways to explore your listening habits.

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What is Spotify Wrapped?

Spotify Wrapped allows insight into your year in music. As Spotify said it is “a deep dive into the music and podcasts that defined your 2022”.

Using AI, Spotify shows you many insights into your listening habits with personalised graphics and features that take you on a journey of reflection on your year in music.

At the end of the showcase of your listening habits, Spotify curates a playlist with your top 100 listened-to songs of the year, which you can listen to whenever you want.

Spotify Wrapped began in 2016 as a marketing campaign and has grown to be an amazing feature many looks forward to seeing and sharing their listening habits with family and friends every year.

What is in Spotify Wrapped 2022?

Spotify displays your statistics in an immersive display slideshow with many features.

First, it begins with your genre-listening statistics:

  • Number of genres
  • Top five genres
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Next it displays your general vibe and basic listening statistics including:

  • Your vibe morning, day and night
  • Number of minutes listening
  • Statistics in relation to your country

Then it goes into detail about your most listened to songs of 2022 including:

  • Top song, how many times streamed
  • The day you listened to it most
  • Top five songs
  • Playlist of 100 top listened-to songs of 2022
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After this, it goes into detail about your top artists of the year including things such as:

  • Number of artists listened to
  • You most played artist
  • Minutes listened to them
  • How you rank compared to other listeners
  • Top five songs
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Finally, Spotify categories you into listening personality type and provides your Spotify statistics summaries you are able to share on social media.

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This year, Spotify have two new features. One of these is their presentation of your “through the day vibes”, which shows your listening habits during the morning, day and night. The other is their feature showing your listening personality – you can read more about this in my article here.

Where you can find your own Spotify Wrapped

If you go onto your Spotify app, you can find your Spotify Wrapped on your home page.

From here, you can scroll through the showcase of your yearly music statistics and even share the graphic with your friends and family using the share function at the bottom of the graphic.

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Previous Spotify Wrapped

Yes, you will still have access to your previous year’s Spotify Wrapped playlists. You can find them in your playlists under the name Spotify Wrapped alongside the year. That is only if you were on the app during the years you are looking for.

Other ways to see your listening habits

Other than Spotify Wrapped, there are many ways you can explore your listening habits and statistics. These will provide graphics of your listening habits you can share with friends, and some of these will even compare your and your friend’s taste. Some of these will create playlists based on the mood and genre of the songs you like.

Additional information

Now you know everything about Spotify Wrapped 2022, you can discover your own and share with friends. You can read here if you are curious about the music personality types from Spotify Wrapped.

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