Music listeners, it is a time for review. It is a time to question your music taste and that of your peers. Spotify wrapped has just come out!


The Most Streamed Artist of 2020

Puerto Rican rapper and songwriter Bad Bunny was the most streamed artist on Spotify this year. It has been a big year for the Latin trap/reggaeton artist, as he dropped his second studio album this year, YHLQMDLG, followed by a compliation album, Las que no iban a salir, and his third studio album released at the end of November, El Último Tour del Mundo.

The Most Played Song of 2020

Snubbed by the Grammys but certainly not by the stats, the most streamed song this year was Blinding Lights by The Weeknd.

The Top 3 Podcasts of 2020:

Spotify has become a popular destination for podcasts, and these three have collected the most listens this year:

  • The Joe Rogan Experience
  • TED Talks Daily
  • The Daily

Top Playlists for Self Care in 2020

2020 has been a crazy year, so you bet people looked to music to relax and find time for "self-care." Here were the most listened to playlists for just that:

  • Confidence Boost
  • Your Favorite Coffeehouse
  • Songs to Sing in the Shower
  • Just Smile

The Decade We Threw Back Most in 2020

Everybody loves to listen to some oldies from time to time, but the decade most listened to this year is the 1980s!

The Songs That Soundtracked the Movement

Highlighting the Black Lives Matter movement, Spotify included the songs created by black artists emphasizing social change most listened to by users:

  • This is America - Childish Gambino
  • I NEED YOU TO (BREONNA TAYLOR) - Tobe Nwigwe
  • BLACK PARADE - Beyoncé
  • Alright - Kendrick Lamar
  • The Bigger Picture - Lil Baby
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