Spotify’s yearly ‘wrapped’ series — which allows users to see their most played tracks, podcasts, and artists is now available for the year of 2020.
Exclusive to Spotify users only, thousands have taken to Twitter to showcase their most-listened-to artists and podcasts under the hashtag #SpotifyWrapped.
— ⚔️ GAGA DAILY ⚔️ (@gagadaily) December 2, 2020
— sam (స) (@yeitsam) December 2, 2020
That I’ve listened to nearly 16 straight days of @MBMBaM this year and am also in the %.1 of @Hozier listeners is what the whole duality of man thing is about, I think. #SpotifyWrappedpic.twitter.com/gjRFgjvlqO
— A Lizbian, if you will (@SleepyLizzle) December 2, 2020
— ᴮᴱLona⁷+ᗢ+ ᵎ⁰⁰ ᴴᵃⁿⁿᶦᵉ (@Lulurogue) December 2, 2020
As Spotify users reminisce their guilty pleasures and whatnot of this year, Apple Music users are left to grimace over the sight of their delight and distaste.
Not to worry, it is only a matter of time before Apple Music starts taking notes.
According to Spotify, the most-streamed artist of 2020 was Puerto Rican rapper, singer and songwriter Bad Bunny. His latest album, El Último Tour Del Mundo, which was released last week is projected to become the first-ever all Spanish-language album to hit No.1 on the US Billboard 200 chart.
The most-streamed song of the year on the platform was ‘Blinding Lights’ by The Weeknd.
The top three podcasts were:
To find out the songs that soundtracked the Black Lives Matter movement, the decade we threw back to the most and the top playlists for self-care in 2020 — visit the Spotify wrapped website here.
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Words: Zakia N | Subbing: Warshma Chughtai