It’s sometimes better to reflect on how you’ve spent the entire year, and it’d be even better if you could get a compilation of what you’ve listened to throughout the year—quite an association with memories and moments. Spotify, like Snap Chat, provided a year-end review last year. It’s likely to appear in 2022 as well.
The summarization of songs you’ve been listening to for the entire year will be available on the mobile version of the app, but not on the web or desktop apps. Moreover, it will be hard to ignore it because it will be all over social media.
We don’t know for sure when it’ll be out, but Spotify tweeted on their official account that it will be released soon. We hope that it will not be that late.
The Spotify Wrap 2021 was released on December 1st, a Wednesday, and in 2019, it was also released on December 2nd, a Wednesday, before being publicly released on December 5th, a Thursday.
We can’t provide precise dates. Dec. 1st is the most recent date to be held on to. It’s the first of the year’s final month. We can hope that we are only a few days away from the release.
Spotify has already launched its website “Spotify Wrapped 2022,” which is only displaying the message “Wrap is Coming” and will start showing playlists with the release of Wrap.
The Spotify wrap will include graphs and statistics that show how much time you have spent listening to a specific song. Also, it will show you the total time you have spent listening to stuff on Spotify.
It will allow you to figure out the specific songs and artists to which you have listened most. It will assist you in locating statistics for your favourite moments.
Through Spotify, it will specify the genres you are listening to. If you’re embarrassed about your music choices, you shouldn’t be opening the wrap in front of anyone.
Furthermore, you will have the option to share it with others if you want to. You should keep checking for its release. I hope that it will be available within the first week of December.
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