Apple Music has dropped its own look back at your 2022 listening habits, so here’s how to see your top artists, genres, and more.

The end of the year is approaching and that means it’s time to look over your year in music. Whether you’re on Spotify, YouTube Music, or Apple Music, the platforms have all got you covered.

Spotify was the first to launch the overview in 2016 and six years later, their rivals have upped their game with new features to uncover your music personality and seasonal recaps.

Apple Music beat Spotify to it by dropping the Replay experience on November 29, so if you haven’t discovered your listening habits this year, here’s everything you need to know.

London, UK – August 02, 2018: The buttons of Apple Music, Podcasts, Youtube, Messenger and LinkedIn on the screen of an iPhone. PHOTO: GETTY IMAGES

How to see your top artists on Apple Music Replay

The redesigned feature is available online and on the Music app.


  1. Visit or the app and log in with the same Apple ID used for Apple Music.
  2. Click Get Started
  3. Play highlights or scroll through the page for more detailed insights.
  4. From here, you will be able to view: your top artists and album, total listening time, and a playlist for your top 100 songs.

If you prefer Spotify’s creative video highlight, Apple Music also has a visual recap with their year-end reel.

You share your statistics by tapping the Share button with a message for social media.

To share the Replay playlist:

  1. Open the Apple Music app.
  2. Click Listen Now.
  3. Scroll down to Replay: Your Top Songs by Year. You will be able to see 2022’s Replay playlist, as well as previous years.
  4. You can also add the playlist to your library – you’ll never forget your 2022 music vibe.
  5. Touch and hold the playlist until the button Share pops up.
  6. Click the social media platform you desire, such as Snapchat, Instagram, or Facebook.

Change your Apple Music statistics before the end of the year

Unlike Spotify, which collects data between January 1 – October 31, listeners can alter their Apple Music habits until December 31.

Replay will constantly evolve until the end of the year, so if your playlist is filled with guilty pleasures, change your listening patterns to hide those shameful tracks. We won’t judge you either way.

The internet is calling Replay the Spotify Wrapped knockoff

As the first platform to drop a music overview, Spotify is undoubtedly the most popular, but the hate against Apple Music has escalated this year – perhaps it’s because their aesthetics are showing serious competition.

Apple users, you must post to normalize it:

Whatever Apple is doing, it’s clearly working:

Things are getting a little deep over here:

There’s an imposter:

Early bird gets the worm:

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