Here's mine. The animated thing that played pieces of songs that I listened to was kind of cool, but the playlist was pretty much just like My "On Repeat" or my "Repeat Rewind" playlist. I don't like how Spotify caled me genre-fluid, though. They must have mistaken me for a left listener.
I listened to radio at work and heard Señorita quite a lot... Once every hour in fact lol. I would say it's one of the nicer-sounding tracks I heard being played. I am not a fan of modern rap at all though and I had to endure quite a lot of that as well.
I have a playlist from 2014 saved, it is a Top 100 Spotify made me of my most listened tracks. It's basically 49% Robbie Williams and 26% Blur. 🙂
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Re: genre fluidity - I was actually quite pleasantly surprised by the way it broke down my pop addiction into sub-genres which I would say are pretty representative of the different types of pop music I listened to this year:
I'm not sure where Spotify gets its metadata from with regard to genres/sub-genres, but this is my attempt at a break-down of the above based on my listening between January 1st and October 31st:
Pop rap: 1. Ed Sheeran's No.6 Collaborations Project, although the album is mostly trap- and RnB-heavy 2. Khalid - again, more groove/soul/RnB than rap, but probably still falls under pop rap 3. Alec Benjamin - even if you don't count his cover of Eminem's 'Stan' for Spotify Singles, he's very lyrics-oriented and has some incredible flows
Eletcropop: 1. A R I Z O N A - these guys are the purest embodiment of this genre from among the artists in my personal listening history, at least the way I interpret it
2. Maggie Rogers - her roots are in country/indie folk, but her debut album which dropped in January is deeply electronic
3. LANY/Lauv/Chelsea Cutler/Jeremy Zucker/Julia Michaels - all of these bands have a very similar synthy sound to them
1. Maggie Rogers - Alaska, her breakout single, marks a kind of transition from her folk sensibility to something more electro-oriented
2. John Mayer - I was working through his back catalogue throughout the summer and autumn, but some of his newer stuff is also quite folksy
3. James Bay - in particular the Oh My Messy Mind EP, which is a return to his folk singer-songwriter roots from the pre-Hold Back The River days
Pop: a mixture of all of the above, plus Tom Odell, David Gray, George Ezra
Modern Rock: not too sure really... maybe Mumford and Sons's Delta snuck in there?
Anyway, here's my Wrapped 2019 if you feel like checking it out: