Spotify my year in music
Spotify wrapped 2021
As what we listen to reveals a lot about ourselves, the platform gives the option to share your results on all social networks so you can compare them with those of your friends. In addition, Spotify automatically creates a playlist called Your top songs compiling the 100 songs most listened to by users, plus one called The ones you almost missed, in which they take weekly discovery playlists to the next level by gathering popular 2020 releases that the algorithm thinks they might like.
To review your annual summary in Spotify, you just have to enter this link and log in with your account, or if you enter from your mobile (iOS or Android) it will surely give you the option to open it directly from Spotify (as long as you have the app downloaded), if so, it will take you to «Your 2020 in Spotify», enter where it says «Everything you listened to in 2020» and your truth will be revealed.
The best part of all this are the two playlists Spotify creates for you after the experience, one with what you listened to most «Your Top Songs» and another with «What You Almost Missed» recommendations, full of popular 2020 releases similar to your tastes.
Spotify also opens up its creator experience for podcasters and artists where they can review how their fans consumed their content by logging into Spotify for Artists or Spotify for Podcasters.
How to see my spotify wrapped 2020
The most listened song has been Blinding Lights by The Weekend. It seems that this song, besides appearing in a Mercedes ad, or in millions of videos on the social network Tik Tok, has also caused controversy with its daring music video.
After all the movements that occurred during the Black Lives Matters, it could not miss a soundtrack that commemorates and gives them continuity, and the selected songs are This is America by Childish Gambino, I need you to by Tobe Nwigwe, Black Parade by Beyoncé, Alright by Kendrick Lamar, and The Bigger Picture by Lil Baby.
Spotify 2020 stats
The first thing you have to do is to log in to the Spotify mobile app. The procedure is exactly the same on Android or iOS. When you enter the app, click on the new window What have you been listening to in 2020? for Spotify to automatically generate your list.
And after that, it will create an image with a summary in Instagram Story format, with a share button to send it to any of your social networks. You have four different formats for you to share the 2020 summary image you like the most.