How to View Your Spotify Wrapped 2022: Top Songs, Artists & More +2023

The best time of the year is here: it’s time to figure out how to watch your Spotify Wrapped 2022 and explore your year in music and podcasts. (And, of course, share all the potentially spasmodic, navel-gazing details on social media.)

Almost a year of data tracking has led to this moment where you can finally check what you’ve streamed on Spotify this year, for better or for worse. Also, Spotify has compiled the best artists, albums and songs worldwide and by country. Who was the world’s best artist of 2022? Bad Bunny, of course, now at the top for the third year.

Spotify Wrapped 2022 also lets you explore some interesting trending information Spotify has collected about patterns that have emerged throughout the year. For example, user-created playlists titled “Summer of the Wild Girls” soared 320% this year, while “Coastal Grandma” playlists soared 600%. TikTok’s reach for music continues.

Discover your top artists, songs and more as you uncover all the details about them Spotify packed 2022 below.

When was the deadline for Spotify Wrapped 2022?

While rumors circulated that Spotify stopped tracking data for Wrapped on October 31, the company debunked it on Twitter earlier this year. The actual cutoff for personalized user data was “a few weeks” before its Nov. 30 launch, the company said. (Leave plenty of time for Taylor Swifts midnight to make a sizable impact in just a few weeks.) Meanwhile, overall top artist dates covered the period between January 1, 2022 and November 26, 2022.

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What are the new features for Spotify Wrapped 2022?

Spotify Wrapped 2022 brings several exciting new features that will further personalize your data. The first is something called Your Listening Personality, which assigns you a four-letter Myers-Briggs-like code based on your listening habits. There are 16 configurations in total and the categories are Exploration (E) vs Familiarity (F), Novelty (N) vs Timelessness (T), Diversity (V) vs Loyalty (L), and Commonality (C) vs Uniqueness ( U). They are then given a nickname like “The Devotee” or “The Fanclubber”.

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