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I'll pick one of my playlists and Spotify will play some, or even most, of the songs then it starts playing some **bleep** song that is not on any of my playlists. It really sucks. If I wanted to hear unwanted songs I'd just turn on a radio.
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If you have Autoplay turned on, then Spotify will automatically play similar songs after the music on a playlist, album, or selection or tracks has reached its end.
You can disable Autoplay on your desktop app by navigating to Settings and toggling the “Autoplay” option to grey instead of green. You can also disable Autoplay on your mobile app by navigating to Settings -> Playback, and then toggling “Autoplay” to grey instead of green. You can read more about disabling Autoplay here.
While I’m not sure why Spotify is autoplaying music after listening to just some or most of the songs in a playlist for you, disabling Autoplay should prevent Spotify from playing other music when your playlist ends.
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