Spotify Wrapped 2022 is here: How to see your top songs and artists

Spotify Wrapped shows your most-played songs and artists of the year. (Spotify)
Spotify Wrapped shows your most-played songs and artists of the year. (Spotify)

Spotify Wrapped is back for 2022.

The music streaming service has released its popular annual feature, which reveals users' most-played songs, artists and podcasts of the year.

The personalised data includes a breakdown of listeners' favourite genres, and shows exactly how many minutes they've spent listening to music.

Read more: How to see your top Spotify artists and genres

The app also creates playlists for the most-played songs and artists across the UK and the world.

Musicians including Taylor Swift, Billie Eilish and Shania Twain have recorded special video messages thanking their top listeners.

Since it debuted in 2016, Spotify Wrapped has become an end-of-year tradition for many users, who proudly share their stats on social media.

If you also want to show off your music-listening habits, here's how to get involved.

How to access Spotify Wrapped 2022

Spotify Wrapped 2022 can be accessed now via Spotify's mobile app for iOS or Android. If you can't see it, try refreshing or updating the app.

Wrapped 2022 can be viewed on Spotify's iPhone and Android apps. (Spotify)
Wrapped 2022 can be viewed on Spotify's iPhone and Android apps. (Spotify)

A spokesperson for Spotify said: "This year's Wrapped experience is filled with fan-favourite features and exciting new ones that spotlight the many-layered elements of listening that make each and every fan unique.

"We know that no two listeners are the same – so, from the oddly specific to the unapologetically predictable, 2022 Wrapped encourages listeners to peer into the vibrant kaleidoscope of their listening and show it off to the world."

Spotify's top artists and songs of 2022 revealed

New Spotify data reveals Taylor Swift was the app's most-streamed artist in the UK this year.

The pop star, who released her latest album Midnights in October, beat Drake, Ed Sheeran and Harry Styles to the crown.

The other artists in the top 10 were Kanye West, The Weeknd, Dave, Eminem, Arctic Monkeys and D-Block Europe.

Taylor Swift poses in the press room during the 2022 American Music Awards in Los Angeles, California.
Taylor Swift was the most-streamed artist of the year in the UK. (Photo by Tommaso Boddi/WireImage)

Styles' album Harry's House was the most-streamed album in the UK, while his single As It Was took the crown as the top-played song.

Kate Bush's 1985 song Running Up That Hill (A Deal with God) was the fifth most-streamed song after being featured in Netflix's Stranger Things.

See the full lists below.

Top artists in the UK:

  1. Taylor Swift

  2. Drake

  3. Ed Sheeran

  4. Harry Styles

  5. Kanye West

  6. The Weeknd

  7. Dave

  8. Eminem

  9. Arctic Monkeys

  10. D-Block Europe

Harry Styles performs on the Main Stage at Radio 1's Big Weekend in Coventry, England
Harry Styles scored the most-played song of 2022. (Photo by Joseph Okpako/WireImage)

Top songs in the UK:

  1. As It Was - Harry Styles

  2. Heat Waves - Glass Animals

  3. Starlight - Dave

  4. Running Up That Hill (A Deal With God) - Kate Bush

  5. Seventeen Going Under - Sam Fender

  6. Where Are You Now - Lost Frequencies

  7. Afraid to Feel - LF System

  8. Shivers - Ed Sheeran

  9. Bad Habits - Ed Sheeran

  10. Baby (feat. Ashanti) - Aitch

Kate Bush performing on Peter's Pop Show in 1985
Kate Bush's 1985 song Running Up that Hill was a huge hit on Spotify this year. (Photo by ZIK Images/United Archives via Getty Images)

Top albums in the UK:

  1. Harry's House - Harry Styles

  2. = - Ed Sheeran

  3. Encanto - Lin Manuel-Miranda

  4. Sour - Olivia Rodrigo

  5. Midnights - Taylor Swift

Is there an Apple Music version of Spotify Wrapped?

Rival streaming app Apple Music has an equivalent feature called Replay 2022, which can be viewed online now.

YouTube Music has a similar feature, 2022 Recap, which is available to access via the main YouTube app on iOS or Android.

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