It’s the most wonderful time of the year: Spotify Wrapped 2022 has arrived.
On Wednesday, the streaming service dropped its annual, end-of-the-year campaign that rounds up all of your listening habits over the course of the year. As usual, the popular feature includes your most-listened-to artists, podcasts, genres, and songs, a playlist of your top 100 most-listened tracks of the year, shares how many artists and genres you discovered and more.
If you’re eager to check out your personalized Wrapped, you’ll need to make sure you’re on mobile, as the campaign doesn’t work on desktop, and even spotify.com/wrapped directs you to the app. If you don’t get a push notification as soon as you open the app, your personalized Wrapped is accessible on the Home page directly under your most recent listens. Once you click on it, the story-like programming will start to play — fit with colorfully designed slides, perfect for sharing on social media so all of your friends can know just how impressive your taste is. (Once you get to the final slide, there are even images that round up all of your top artists, genre, songs and minutes listened that can be easily shared across platforms.)
Aside from its typical functions, the 2022 Wrapped also showcases the mood of your listening habits throughout the day, and shares what your “listening personality” is. (Any other newness-prioritizing Early Adopters out there?) And if you’re in the very top of your favorite artist’s audience, you might just receive a special thank you video from them, which was also a function included in last year’s Wrapped.
Along with the campaign, Spotify also shared its top 2022 charts, revealing Bad Bunny was the most-streamed artist across the globe of the year, followed by Taylor Swift, Drake, the Weeknd and BTS. Harry Styles nabbed the No. 1 spot for the most-streamed song with “As It Was.” You can find the rest of Spotify’s charts here.
For now, be sure to check out your Spotify Wrapped to see whether you were really going through it this year as much as you suspected, or if listening to that one song on repeat messed the entire thing up for you.