Spotify Wrapped 2019: See User Listening Habits & Artist Stats


Thursday, December 5th, 2019 |

Spotify has released its 2019 Wrapped guide for users and artists. Users can now examine their listening habits over the past year to see what music they were consuming the most.

Wrapped goes through 16 slides that each offer a little bit more information with each turn. They share what you were listening to during each season and then who were your favorite artists and what your favorite songs were over the course of the year. You can see how genre-fluid you were and how many minutes you spent on Spotify. If all comes out to a nice recap of your listening habits for the year.

In addition to the wrapped for 2019, they also have a few stats for your listening habits over the past decade. It isn’t as in-depth, but users can see who their favorite acts and songs were since they started on Spotify this decade.

It is rather simple to see. Go to the Spotify Wrapped website and then login to get started. Then go through the sixteen slides and see what you were really like.

Spotify has also released Wrapped For Artists, so musicians will be able to see their stats and show off how many minutes people listened to them. You will be able to see where your listeners were from around the world, how much they listened and more.

Just log into the Spotify For Artists page and the information will come up there with the handy graphic to show off to your fans on social media.

“Our goal is to give artists of all sizes the ammunition they need to help navigate their careers. We started with a data dashboard to give artists and their teams crucial information about how fans engage with their music, and have expanded over the years to provide a steady stream of new features and resources, dedicated to growing careers and sustaining momentum; tools like Canvas, which lets artists add looping visuals to their music, and Marquee, which gives artists and labels the ability to sponsor new music recommendations,” says Dominik Sanya, Global Head of Creator Marketing.

“We’ve also extended our educational content with professional advice from industry experts and host community building workshops and events. We’re committed to empowering artists holistically, and look forward to more developments in 2020 and beyond.”


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