Do you know what artists and songs you listened to the most this year? Don’t worry if you don’t have the answer right away because Spotify is ready to tell you.
Check out below how to find out your most listened songs, artists, genres and more of the year! And, of course, don’t forget to share with us what you had on repeat in 2018.
Another year is coming to a close and you probably took the time to check out some incredible new music that came out. Plus, we’re sure you also streamed your usual favorite artists a bunch.
Of course, we can likely name our go-to bands and the songs we’ve had on repeat, but Spotify is letting you find out exactly what music you listened to this year.
To discover, go to Spotify Wrapped by clicking here. Just like last year, the website will ask to connect to your account.
Once you do, it will take you through your 2018 in music. You’ll get to find out your most streamed artists, songs and genres. Plus, it will have you guess how many minutes you spent listening to music this year.
Additionally, Spotify will tell you which star sign you listened to the most, based on your favorite artists and your most streamed podcast.
The streaming service also gives you access to a playlist with your Top 100 songs of the year, so you can relive all your favorite moments.
Finally, another playlist suggests songs and artists to listen to in the new year. It’s a year’s worth of new music for you to discover based on your tastes.
Spotify’s year in review
Spotify recently shared the most streamed artists and songs worldwide. While many of the names on lists were pretty expected—yes, we listened to a lot of Drake and Post Malone—, the top growing genre surprised us.
According to the service, emo rap is the genre that grew the most on the platform. Indeed, “EMO Rap” tops the list for growing genres, while the aforementioned Aub and Posty line up with the late XXXTENTACION in dominating the tunes the world heard on Spotify in the big one-eight.
If you’re still confused about what exactly emo rap is, other artists on the list are Lil Uzi Vert, Lil Xan, lil aaron and the late Lil Peep. Its scope resides in close proximity to that of so-called “SoundCloud rap” and other hip-hop offshoots.
As for most-streamed tracks, Drake’s hit “God’s Plan” takes the number one place. X’s “SAD!” and Post Malone’s firecracker 21 Savage collab “rockstar” complete the top 3. The “android from the future” and the catchy thesis subject also nab top album honors.
Imagine Dragons earn the distinction of the most-streamed group on Spotify in 2018, joining runners-up BTS, Maroon 5, Migos and Coldplay. (Coldplay was the most-streamed group on the platform in 2017, it’s noted.)
You can check out the lists in full here.