QUIZ: Create a playlist, and we’ll pull a tarot card for you
Using tarot cards is the ultimate form of spiritual guidance for many young people today. It’s especially true for those who are delving into the world of witchcraft or astrology.
For those who are unfamiliar, tarot cards have illustrations and meanings attached to them that do not predict the future. They rather help you understand how you feel in relation to a particular life event, your day, etc. There are many ways to use a deck to help you navigate your past, present and overall life journey.
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Beyond tarot, music is another tool that helps us look inside ourselves and perceive the world in a certain way.
So, why not combine both and see how music relates to the cards we pull. Take the quiz below and pick your favorite artists and tracks so we can give you a reading to guide you through your day!
More on Spotify playlists
It’s been a strange time with the coronavirus pandemic keeping everyone at home, but now you’ll be able to reflect on what’s kept you busy throughout the year.
Spotify tweeted Dec. 1 that Spotify Wrapped “is finally here!” Now, users are able to see their top artists, top songs, minutes of music listened to, top genres and much more.
The platform also included a section this year highlighting “one song [that] helped you get through it all” as the most-listened-to track with further details on your habits around it. The app will tell you the first time you streamed the track as well as the 100th time, among other details.
Users can access Spotify Wrapped directly through the app’s homepage or through the desktop site here. If the feature doesn't appear right away, update your app to the latest version.
In addition to the song that helped you through 2020, the streaming service has added more new features.
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They’ve included in-app quizzes on the top podcasts, artists and decade you listened to the most. Subscribers will also see their most binge-worthy podcasts, Premium users will gain badges labeling them as things such as “Tastemaker,” “Pioneer” or “Collector” based on their usage, and you’ll gain access to a multitude of personalized playlists.
People who don’t subscribe to Spotify can even join in on the fun this year with access to the service’s listening trends across the globe.
Podcasters and artists will also have access to their own stats through Spotify for Artists and Spotify for Podcasters, showing how their fanbases enjoyed their content this year. Like every other year, they’ll have access to a share card with stats including total hours streamed, number of streams, number of listeners, top countries and a lot more.
Earlier in the week, Spotify also revealed their top streamed artists, albums and songs. The No. 1 song of 2020 was the Weeknd‘s “Blinding Lights,” with over 1.6 billion streams. Right behind “Blinding Lights” is Tones and I‘s “Dance Monkey” and Roddy Ricch‘s “The Box.” Following that, “Roses – Imanbek Remix” by Imanbek and SAINt JHN and Dua Lipa‘s “Don’t Start Now” round out the top five.
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Bad Bunny, Drake and J Balvin take the top three spots for top global artists, while late rapper Juice WRLD comes in fourth and the Weeknd in fifth. All of Spotify’s 2020 streaming data is available to view here.
As people start sharing their personalized stats on social media, some still believe the streaming service adjusted the stats. Some users claim some of their top-streamed artists didn’t have a single song in their 100 most-streamed tracks or that they hardly listened to them. Though that could be the case, it’s more likely people just aren’t stoked about sharing their listening habits.