Spotify Has Released Its Annual Wrap of the Year — Here’s How to See Yours


This year, music lovers and podcast listeners have had more time to stream than ever before.

While it has been a year unlike any other, one thing remains the same: We all love to see our year “wrapped” in a nice little bow.

Being December and the month of looking back on the year that was, Spotify has unveiled its annual personalised wrapped experience for listeners around the world.

This year is full of insights on artists, songs, genres and podcasts that defined your listening in 2020 — all created just for you.

If you’re keen to get yours, eligible users can access their personalised Wrapped experience exclusively in the Spotify mobile app (iOS and Android).

In addition to what fans love most about the previous versions, they’ve also added a few new features to look out for.

Here’s what’s new:

— In-app quizzes allow listeners to test their skills at predicting the top podcasts, artists and even top decade they streamed most.

— Follow your top song’s journey through the year with Story of Your 2020.

— New personalised playlists to help you make the most of what you listened to this year including Your Top Songs, which are the songs you loved most this year in one convenient place, as well as Missed Hits, the Wrapped discovery playlist where Spotify recommends 2020 releases that you didn’t listen to but that you might like.

— Listeners in Australia and New Zealand can dig deeper into some of their top artists of 2020 in On Record, a mixed-media experience that highlights your top 2020 artists.

So, what did we as a nation listen to this year?

Spotify Wrapped 2020 – Australia


— The late rapper Juice WRLD was Australia’s most-streamed artist of the year

— The Weeknd’s Blinding Lights has come in at #1 as the country’s most-streamed track

— Hilltop Hoods was Australia’s most streamed local artist for the second year in a row

— Tones And I’s Dance Monkey held its top spot as the most-streamed local song in Australia for two years running

— The Wiggles was the most streamed artist on Spotify Kids

— Richard Ramsey’s Slumber was the #1 most-streamed song


From the Newsroom, The Quicky, and Squiz Today were the top three most popular podcasts in 2020

— Comedy took out the most popular podcast genre, followed by Society & Culture and Lifestyle & Health

— Australians tuned in the most to listen to former POTUS and FLOTUS have an intimate conversation about community, love and relationships and life after the White House on episode one of The Michelle Obama Podcast.  

To celebrate Wrapped, Spotify has curated a playlist of this year’s top Aussie songs – you can listen here.

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