While the medium may be different, the rapped is still mostly the same. The whole feature is a nuanced knowledge of your year’s worth of listening on the service – from top songs and artists to podcasts and genres. Like the playlist builders Spotify has built in the past, this year’s edition of Rapped includes quizzes to see how well you know yourself, depending on your audio consumption for up to 2020. The app will also tell you how many minutes you spent listening to both music. And what was your “most bi-worthy” show, along with the podcast. You can also find out the exact day you heard the most, and on which date you heard your 100th song of the year.
Wrapped is available to both free and premium users, but is private to new badges based on customer activity. In particular, Tastemaker (if your playlist gained enough new followers), Pioneer (you heard a song before it hit 50,000 streams) and Collector (you added a certain number of songs to the playlist) are awards that can be earned. Huh.
Finally, there are playlists. In the case of Spotify, there are always new playlists. “Your Top Songs” should be fairly straightforward while “Missed Hits” gathers popular songs in 2020 that you may not have heard but may enjoy depending on your streaming activity. Users from the US, UK, Ireland, Australia, New Zealand and Canada can describe “On Record”, or Spotify as a “mixed media experience that exposes your top 2020 artists”.