How to find your 2018 Spotify Wrapped and top songs playlist
6 December 2018, 10:42 | Updated: 6 December 2018, 20:08
Find out your top songs playlist, your personalised Tastebreakers playlist and how many minutes you listened to music this year. Here's how to see your detailed Spotify wrapped stats for 2018.
You've been listening to music on Spotify all year and now it's time to find out which musicians and songs dominated your last 12 months. Spotify wrapped is back, so here is how to find out everything you need to know about your music tastes over the last year.
How to see your Spotify wrapped 2018
As usual, your Spotify wrapped can be found on the 2018 wrapped Spotify site. There you'll see a landing page asking you to connect to your Spotify account from within your browser.
Once you're all connected, you'll be treated to some seriously specific insights about your listening habits.
You'll be told what the first song you listened to in 2018 was as well as other insights like how many minutes you listened to music using Spotify this year and who your top artists were.
For everyone about to do a Google search of "how many minutes in a day" and "minutes to hours"...
There are 1,440 minutes in a day and 525,600 minutes in a year. How many days did you spend listening to music in 2018?
How to find your personal top songs of 2018 on Spotify
Spotify's end-of-year round up even generates a playlist of 100 of your most played songs and a "Tastebreakers" playlist of songs you don't listen to but that Spotify thinks you might like.
Your Tastebreakers playlist will include genres you already like but artists you have yet to discover.
People online have already started sharing their Spotify stats
my spotify wrapped 2018!!! reply with urs for fun uwu pic.twitter.com/EiiKhxlxLh— shin 🐟 (@fishshinn) December 6, 2018
another year, another #SpotifyWrapped and what can I say - second year in the row "Orange/Prey" by amazing human being @dominosmusic is my no1 track. I have a feeling that next year it will snatch this title as well. pic.twitter.com/luyegTFFXx— Justine (@shatrijos_panda) December 6, 2018