If you have a personalized Wrapped, you'll access your Wrapped playlists.
If you don’t have your own Wrapped or you never used Spotify (or if simply haven’t logged in), you'll access a global Wrapped experience which summarizes the year in Spotify music, accessible by everyone.
What listening period does Wrapped cover?
Your 2020 Wrapped is based on what you listened to from January 1 to November 15th, 2020.
Can I share my Wrapped?
Yes, you can share directly to Facebook, Instagram, Snapchat, Twitter, and more.
Alternatively, copy a link to paste where you like following these steps.
My 2020 Wrapped or playlist is wrong. Can you change it?
We’re unable to update your stats or playlists since it’s based on your account’s listening history. You can find out more about the reasons why you're not seeing what you expected here.
What is the ‘Missed Hits’ playlist?
This is a personalized playlist that highlights popular songs from your favorite genres that you haven’t listened to yet.
What is the ‘On Record’ playlist?
On Record highlights your favorite artists for 2020, including top songs from those artists, and podcasts that feature or discuss them. This playlist is only available if you’re in a country, in which English is one of the primary official languages.
I’m not seeing one or more of the mentioned playlists?
We can only build playlists for you if we managed to gather sufficient data to match the criteria required for their creation.
Is my ‘Your Top Songs Of 2020’ playlist in order of what I listened to most?
Yes, for the most part your playlist is ordered by the songs you played most frequently to least frequently. We also enhance the listening experience by ensuring tracks by the same artist or on the same album don’t always appear back to back.
Will the playlists disappear at some point?
You’ll always be able to find your 2020 Wrapped playlist on the Homepage of the Spotify app under Uniquely Yours.
You can also ❤️ or Follow playlists to keep them saved in Your Library, under Playlists
What’s this weird genre I got?
Our world music experts strive to describe music in a way that is consistent with how fans experience it.