Jerry Garcia of the Grateful Dead performs at Shoreline Amphitheatre on May 24, 1992 in Mountain View, California. (Photo by Tim Mosenfelder/Getty Images)
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Spotify simply rolled out the 2019 model of a preferred characteristic referred to as Spotify Wrapped, which reveals the songs and artists you listened to most all year long. Spotify has finished this a number of occasions prior to now, and it is at all times a enjoyable recap of the yr for individuals who use the music streaming service so much.
Spotify Wrapped additionally reveals how a lot time you spent on the service and the place the artists you hearken to are from.
I listened for nearly 27,000 minutes and was referred to as a “world citizen” as a result of I listened to artists from 37 nations. It additionally breaks down your favourite genres. I’m “genre-fluid,” however my prime style was rock.
This yr’s Spotify Wrapped additionally breaks down your favourite podcasts on the app, and tells you your artist of the last decade. Mine was the Grateful Dead.
Here’s use it:
- Visit Spotifywrapped.com out of your phone or computer.
- Log into Spotify.
- Spotify will begin to present you data on the music you performed in 2019, beginning with how your music style modified with the seasons all year long.
- Tap the down arrow to maneuver by your whole stats. There are about 15 completely different pages.
- The remaining one will present you the artists and songs you listened to most, in addition to your prime style and minutes spent listening.
Here’s somewhat bonus: You can hearken to the highest songs you performed in 2019 by opening the Spotify app and tapping the house tab. You’ll see a playlist referred to as “Your Top Songs 2019,” which is sorted beginning with the songs you performed probably the most.
There’s additionally a “Tastebreakers” checklist that has a complete assortment of songs which might be just like ones Spotify is aware of you want. This yr, it’s also possible to take pleasure in a “Best of the decade for you” checklist of 100 songs.
— CNBC’s Todd Haselton contributed to this publish.