When does Spotify Wrapped 2021 come out?
30 November 2021, 16:23 | Updated: 1 December 2021, 14:17
Here's everything you need to know about the Spotify Wrapped 2021 release date and how you can access it.
2021 is almost over which means that Spotify Wrapped is coming. When does Spotify Wrapped 2021 come out though?
Through the year, Spotify has already come through with an array of features which hint at who you've been listening to the most in 2021. Back in June, Spotify unveiled Spotify Only You, a new feature that tells you what your Audio Birth Chart is alongside other facts about your streaming habits. Spotify has also launched Spotify Blend for BFF playlists.
What about Spotify Wrapped 2021 though? Here's what you need to know about when and how you can access yours.
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What date does Spotify Wrapped come out?
Spotify Wrapped doesn't have a set release date. However, since launching, the popular feature has come out at the start of December every year. In 2017 and 2018, Spotify Wrapped came out on December 6, in 2019 it came out on December 5, and in 2020 it came out on December 2.
Spotify Wrapped is based on your listening habits from January 1 to October 31 of that year, so it usually doesn't come out any sooner than December. Given that it's come out earlier and earlier in recent years, we think that Wrapped 2021 could drop as soon as December 1.
How do I get Spotify Wrapped 2021?
Every year, Spotify launches a Spotify Wrapped website for that specific year. To get your Spotify Wrapped, all you need to do is visit that website and connect it to your Spotify account. You can also access your Spotify Wrapped stats directly by visiting the Spotify app as soon as Spotify Wrapped 2021 becomes available.
We'll add the website link to this page as soon as it's live but be on the lookout this December to find out your top songs, top artists and all the other amazing information that Spotify Wrapped provides.
Which songs will be on your Spotify Wrapped 2021?
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