How to find your Artist of the Decade.
But seeing as how we're on the cusp of a new decade and all, Spotify is also giving you everything you had on a loop over the past 10 years as well with My Decade Wrapped.
It'll then show you infographics about what you were listening to throughout the four seasons of this year, who your most-listened artists were, which countries your favorite artists come from and information about your most-listened genres. Listeners can also delve into the My Decade Wrapped experience. Steve Jobs may have famously said that people don't want to rent their music, but the success of Spotify - which itself prompted Apple to get into the streaming business - proves that the legendary Apple CEO wasn't always right.
Spotify starts collecting your data from January 1st 2019 until October 31st 2019.
So Spotify Wrapped is here, and Twitter is awash with literally hundreds of thousands of users taking trips down memory lane, as they reminisce over the last decade of music and their Spotify listening history.
You can also try pulling up Spotify.me, the streaming service's other "how well do we know your tastes" tool to see if it's a more accurate reflection of your listening habits.
This year, Spotify have also launched another feature on the end of year round up that tells you all about your decade in music.
You can even "thank" your favourite artists on social media with the link provided. I've read a number of reports from Spotify users complaining that having their accounts hacked at some point this year messed up their Wrapped report. Replay is very much like Wrapped, except that it includes playlists for every year you've subscribed to Apple Music, retroactively.