Spotify Wrapped returns to reveal your 2023 streaming stats


As December nears every year, Spotify reveals all of the artists, genres, songs and podcasts you listened to most in the last 12 months. The 2023 installment of the streaming service’s Wrapped year-in-review debuts today on the Spotify app with an all-new design alongside the familiar story-style format. For the first time in a while, you can also view your streaming stats on desktop via the web. As always, the company gives you a look at what you listened to most during the year with a few new additions to freshen up the annual tradition. 

Spotify has been giving you a list of your top artists, genres, songs and podcasts for a while now, but this year the company will assign one of 12 “listening characters” that best fits your streaming habit. The feature is called Me in 2023 and those “characters” range from the Shapeshifter, someone who moves from one artists to another quickly, to the Alchemist, someone who’s more prone to create their own playlists. Another new tool called Sound Town matches you to a city based on your listening and top artists. For example, if you stream a lot of Bad Bunny and Peso Pluma, the app will pair you up with Mexico City. 

Spotify Wrapped 2023

In terms of the usual lists, Spotify has given them a refresh to make things a bit more interesting. Your top five artists will now also show you when your listening peaked for each one and next week Spotify’s AI DJ will to give you commentary about those top artists, genres and songs on your lists. Spotify has also integrated its Blend tool with Wrapped so you can easily see how you match up with friends with a mix all of the music you listened to most. Artist Messages also return, with over 40,000 of them giving users shout-outs if they’re one of your top listens. 

Of course, Spotify is also using Wrapped to reveal the platform’s most-streamed artists, songs, albums and podcasts — both globally and in the US. 2023 was truly the Taylor Swift era as she took the stop spot on both the global and US artist charts. “Flowers” by Miley Cyrus was the most popular song globally while Morgan Wallen’s “Last Night” was tops in the States. Un Verano Sin Ti by Bad Bunny was the most-streamed album around the world, but Wallen’s One Thing At A Time was the biggest in the US. And in the least surprising development ever, Joe Rogan’s podcast was once again the most popular on both the global and United States charts. It’s the fourth year in a row The Joe Rogan Experience has been the top show of the year on the global chart. That’s a stat the polarizing host is sure to mention as his current contract with the service is almost up

Spotify Wrapped is now available inside the company’s iOS and Android apps as well as the desktop and mobile web. As is typically the case, a lot of the content is shareable, so get ready for your social channels to be flooded with Wrapped lists and graphics for the rest of the week. If you’re an Apple Music listener, that service’s Rewind tool is already available reliving 2023 on that platform. 

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