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How to Find Your 2023 Spotify Wrapped

This year, the feature is also be available via mobile and desktop -- not just the app.

In this photo illustration a Spotify logo seen displayed on a smartphone.

In this photo illustration a Spotify logo seen displayed on a smartphone.

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‘Tis the season to learn about your music habits throughout the year with Spotify Wrapped, the annual breakdown of how you’ve been listening to music.

While Spotify Wrapped is available for anyone with an account, sometimes, it can be hard to find. Don’t worry, though, Billboard‘s got your back. Unlike last year, the 2023 Spotify Wrapped is not limited to only the Spotify mobile app, which you can download at as usual, and to make sure you have the latest version, which you’ll need to access Wrapped. The platform this year is making Wrapped available via desktop and mobile, also at


Once you’ve logged in, your personalized look back at 2023 should appear at the top of your home screen. After watching and learning about your listening habits, you’ll be able to share your Wrapped results to social media.

In addition to being accessible via desktop and mobile, Spotify is rolling out a few new features for Wrapped this year, including:

  • Me in 2023 reveals what the platform calls the 12 “characters that best describe the way you listened to Spotify this year.” For example, the “Alchemist” is someone who created more playlists than others, while the “Shapeshifter” is a listener who jumps from artist to artist. Depending on listening habits, users will be revealed to be one of the characters.
  • Sound Town matches listeners to a city according to their “listening and shared artist affinity.”
  • Wrapped is getting a refresh, including how Top 5 Genres will appear “with a new sandwich-inspired design, while Top 5 Artists will show when “your listening peaked for each artist.”
  • Your Artist Messages in Wrapped is where users will find a video message from one of their top artists. (Listeners can also check out the Wrapped feed, where 40,000 artists — from Swift to Peso Pluma and SZA — will have video messages for fans.)
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