Spotify knows what music you like. Yes, even those guilty pleasures you only listen to when no one else is around. And as a Christmas gift, the music streaming service has compiled everything he knows about his musical journey up to 2018.
Spotify Wrapped gives you a personalized look at your 2018 listening habits. You’ll be able to find out how many hours you’ve spent listening to Spotify, your favorite genres, artists and songs, and much more. Everything personalized for you.
How to view your Spotify Wrapped 2018
To see your year in music for 2018, visit the page Wrapped and connect with Spotify. This just means logging into your account and giving permission for 2018 Wrapped access your account. So make sure you are in the right place first.
Once you have connected your account, Spotify will start telling you all about your 2018 streaming habits. So, if you’re pretending to listen to hard rock when you actually prefer Taylor Swift or Ed Sheeran, make sure no one is looking over your shoulder before it’s public:
- The first song you heard in 2018.
- How many minutes did you spend listening to Spotify.
- How many hours did you spend with your favorite artist.
- Your best artists, songs and music genres.
- Your top 100 songs of 2018 (in one playlist).
- Your favorite musical subgenre.
- The oldest song you heard in 2018.
- The podcasts you listened to between songs.
- The songs that Spotify think that they will help you expand your horizons.
Spotify makes it clear that this is a personalized experience designed for each individual user. Which means your Wrapped might differ from mine. This will depend on the type of account you have and how you use the service. Still, it’s fascinating, though.
Your #2018Wrapped is here 🎉
Find out your most streamed songs, artists, podcasts, and playlists of the year ▶️ https://t.co/owfUgXEQ4Q pic.twitter.com/j9hGWLxWPM
— Spotify (@Spotify) December 6, 2018
Your listening habits are no longer so secret
Wrapped It’s become something of an annual tradition now. And it’s fascinating to see your listening habits in such simple terms. And while we wish the music service would solve some common music problems, Spotify, we hope that Wrapped come back in 2019.