How to see your Spotify Wrapped 2020 – find out which tracks you binged the most

'TIS the season for Spotify Wrapped meaning you'll be able to see your most listened to songs and artists of this year.

The streaming platform has also revealed the most streamed tracks of 2020.

The globally most listened to song on Spotify this year was The Weeknd's Blinding Lights.

It's been streamed almost 1.6billion times.

This was closely followed by the infamous track Dance Monkey by Australian singer Tones and I.

To view your own Spotify Wrapped statistics and see what you've been listening to the most this year just follow the steps below.

How to see your Spotify Wrapped 2020

On a desktop you can go to and click "Start" to view the overall roundup.

If you want to see your personal Spotify Wrapped you'll need to go on the app.

On the Spotify app click the "Home" icon and you should see the option to view your 2020 Spotify Wrapped.

A box should pop up that says "See how you listened in 2020".

Click on it and you'll be taken to a slideshow that you can click through with lots of facts like your most listened to artist and what your favourite genre has been this year.

You'll also have the option to download a playlist with all your favourite songs of 2020 called "Your Top Songs 2020".

In addition, there's "On Record" and "Missed Hits" playlists that you might want to listen to.

Is Spotify Wrapped only for Premium?

Spotify Wrapped is avaliable for both Premium and non-paying users.

However, subscribers get to learn a bit more about their listening habits.

For example, Premium users can get a 'Pioneer' badge if they listened to a song before it reached 50,000 streams.

In other news, the best Google Play games of 2020 have been revealed.

Apple also revealed the world's best and most popular apps and games for iPhone, iPad, Apple Watch and Mac.

And, read our verdicts on the Xbox Series X and PS5.

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