Spotify’s Wrapped feature is cool – but will you want to share your 2017 listening habits?

What have you had on repeat in 2017?

‘Tis the season to be jolly, and as the countdown to Christmas begins it’s time to look back on 2017. If you’re a Spotify user, the streaming service has launched its nifty annual feature that reveals what songs you’ve been blasting on repeat throughout the year. Wrapped 2017 shows what you’ve been streaming over the past year, and what tracks you absolutely loved.

To reveal your own choices, you just have to visit: and connect to your Spotify account – then your top tunes of 2017 will be revealed in festive, animated glory.

The site also quizzes you to see if you can work out who really was your top artist of the year, and gives you the option to share your results on social media so your pals know what a wicked taste in music you have.


As the results are being revealed some are proudly sharing their true colours:

While others are slightly more embarrassed:


Today Spotify have also revealed their most played tracks worldwide. Ed Sheeran taking the top spot for most streamed track (‘Shape of You’) and most-streamed album (‘÷’), as well as most streamed artist worldwide.


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