This year Spotify is closed The roundup is live. As in previous years, it features a set of shareable statistics that break down the most-listened-to artists, songs and podcasts for its 574 million users. But there There are also some surprisesIncluding a new system that assigns you a city based on your listening habits.
This year, for the first time through the app or on the web, see your Spotify covered Spotify.com/Wrapped. Roundup matches you with a city that shares similar taste in music based on what you’ve heard in 2023 — or a “sound city,” as Spotify calls it. And like Spotify’s “music personality” Wrapped last year, it has a “Me in 2023” feature that connects your listening patterns to one of these 12 characters Created by Spotify. For example, assigning a luminary means you tend to “play light, upbeat music more than others.”
Along with these treats, Spotify has added more to the metrics covered on Wrapped each year. When you look at your top five artists, you can now see which month your listening peaked for each artist. Meanwhile, the story of the top five categories has a new design that represents each of the categories you ask for the most as ingredients in a sandwich.
Artists and podcasters have a Spotify-enclosed experience that includes creators’ most popular content of the year. To top it all off, Spotify is launching Wrapped listening parties where a “select” group of artists like Ava Max, Chelsea Cutler and JVKE can interact with fans, stream their best songs of the year, sell merch and more. .
You’ll also notice Spotify’s AI DJ this year, which will guide you through your wrapped stats and provide “commentary on some of your favorite artists, genres, songs and more.” That experience will be the first week you can get your 2023 wrap data.
Updated November 29, 8:29AM ET: Noted that Spotify Wrapped is available online for the first time.
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