As we near the end of the year, Spotify is back with its famous ‘Wrapped’ feature. Here’s how you can see what you’ve been listening to most in 2020.

After what feels like the longest year ever, 2020 is finally almost over. The year dominated by Covid-19 will soon be a distant memory, and everyone is eager to start 2021 on a far more positive note.

The end of 2020 means one thing – it’s Spotify Wrapped time! The feature is back for another year, and here’s how to look back at the music you’ve been listening to during the pandemic.

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What is Spotify Wrapped?

Every year at the start of December, the popular music subscription service introduces Spotify Wrapped, a way to look back at your listening habits of the past year.

The feature allows Spotify users to see exactly which songs and artists have been their most popular in 2020, also telling you which genre is your go-to and how many minutes in total you’ve listened to Spotify in 2020.

If you’ve been on Spotify for a long time, Wrapped can even tell you stats from as far back as a decade, comparing how the music you’ve listened to has changed over the past ten years.

Spotify will also curate a new playlist for you based on all your top music from the year.

How to see your Spotify Wrapped stats 2020

To view your top stats of the year click on this link and log into your account on the Spotify website. Then, you will be shown a slideshow of all your top tracks and artists.

Your Wrapped stats should also appear on the app as a card at the top of the ‘home’ tab.

If Spotify Wrapped isn’t working make sure your app is updated to the newest version. Spotify is taking a bit of time to roll the feature out across all users, so you might just have to wait a little bit for it to appear on your Spotify.

How to see your curated playlist

If you want to see your specially curated playlist based on your top songs and artists of the year…

  • Open the Spotify app and make sure you’re logged in to your account.
  • Click on the ‘search’ tab in the bottom bar.
  • Find the square that says ‘2020 wrapped’.
  • Find the section called ‘uniquely yours’.
  • There should be a playlist called ‘your top songs 2020’.

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