It will show most streamed artist, the most played song, top playlists for self-care, and the decade the world listened to the most.
Story of Your 2020 - From the date you listened to your top song for the first time, to its 100th stream and other notable milestones in between.
"As usual, this year's Wrapped is full of insights on the artists, songs, genres, and podcasts that defined your listening in 2020", a company blog post said. Then there's the films of Spotify listeners sharing why they are thankful to their favourite music and podcast creators.
To check out your top songs for the year, fire up the Spotify app and look for that new 2020 Wrapped section, and be sure to save the playlists it generates. "Additionally, the new personalised playlists feature will collate your top songs, as well as 'Missed hits" - songs recommended by Spotify from 2020 that you did not listen to, but might like.
The year-end Wrapped occasion is created to ratchet up listening throughout Spotify's worldwide consumer base, which totaled 144 million paying subscribers (up 27% yr over yr) and 320 million (up 29%) on the finish of the third quarter 2020.
This year Spotify will open the Wrapped feature to everyone. If you visit the desktop site, you'll see the generic experience that describes the most popular artists and songs globally. Just like always, it includes top streamed songs, artists, albums, podcasts. And one of the artists has not released an album since 2016! This year Wrapped is organized in a story-style format and features additional goodies.
It also illustrated the abnormality of this year with quirky playlist trends, seeing a 1,400% increase in work-from-home-themed playlists between April and May 2020.
In the second and third spots, respectively, are Australian ex-busker Tones And I's viral 2019 earworm "Dance Monkey" and Roddy Ricch's "The Box".