Discover the songs and artists you’ve listened to the most this year with Spotify Wrapped 2021

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What songs have you listened to the most this year? Discover more with the new Spotify Wrapped 2021, which is now available to everyone.

With its legendary “Wrapped” function, Spotify, as it does every year, allows us to look back and see how our last months have been musically speaking. It allows us to see which songs, artists, and albums have been with us the longest throughout 2021.

Olivia Rodrigo – drivers license is placed at the top for the most streamed song in 2021 while Olivia Rodrigo – good 4 u is placed at the second most-streamed song. ‘ Driver license’ has been streamed for more than 1.1 billion times in 2021.

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Spotify has created an interactive presentation in the 2021 edition that shows us the music that has been heard the most. This year, there is also a void for podcasts, including the minutes spent by each Spotify user listening to their favourite shows.

As a result, you can see your Spotify Wrapped 2021

Most likely, as soon as you open the Spotify app on your mobile device, a notification will appear giving you the option to view the Spotify Wrapped 2021 created specifically for you. If not, you can always access the Wrapped 2021 experience via the direct link.

You will be able to see Spotify usage statistics over the last few months in the form of “stories” in the purest Instagram style, and on each slide, you will see the option to share your statistics with others via apps like WhatsApp or Instagram.

It is worth noting that Spotify Wrapped 2021 will be available throughout the following year 2022 and that it is available to both premium users and those who use the app for free.

Also, keep in mind that Spotify will automatically create new personalized playlists based on the songs you’ve most recently listened to. Both yours and those of other users worldwide.

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