Revisit Your 2017 Listening Habits with Spotify's Year in Music

Revisit Your 2017 Listening Habits with Spotify's Year in Music

Revisit Your 2017 Listening Habits with Spotify's Year in Music

It's all a part of Spotify Wrapped.

Spotify on Tuesday released Wrapped, its breakdown of your music consumption in the past year. They're calling it 2017 Wrapped this time around, but the song remains the same: Spotify rounds up all your listening data from the past year to break down top songs, albums, and artists. Then the website will even quiz you to see how well you know your own listening habits for the 2017 year before making a personalized playlist of 30 songs you might have missed this year. You read that can stop asking your friends for song advice, Spotify has got you covered!

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There's also a "ones that got away" playlist for songs Spotify thinks you should listen to based on your taste.

If you're a Spotify user, you can access this playlist/stats of your most played songs by simply going to and signing into your account.

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Check out 2017 Wrapped here, and share the handy image summarising your 2017 music taste, if you dare. We don't know how you feel about that statement, but for us, it really hit home.

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