All The Best Memes About Everyone’s Embarrassing Spotify Wrapped Results
"Can't wait for my Spotify Wrapped to come out, and tell me that I spent yet another year listening to the same music as I have since I was 14."
And so it goes: Another year, another Spotify Wrapped here to expose us all.
In case you missed it, earlier today Spotify released their long-awaited annual summary of their users personal listening habits — offering up everyone’s top played artists, songs, albums, genres, and a bunch of other stats. And as is the case every year, these personalised results slowly trickled out for people across the world at different times, leading to a huge case of 10-minute FOMO.
— sar ✨ (@screaminggogogo) December 1, 2020
But while Spotify subscribers were eventually able to find their yearly wrap up, Apple Music users were again left twiddling their thumbs while everyone else shared their results.
— james ᵇˡᵐ (@redputationaotd) December 2, 2020
— evie ミ☆🐧 (@coryfilms) December 2, 2020
— mary (@RADIATEHERMAGlC) December 1, 2020
As 2020 has been a pretty tough year, even Spotify poked fun at the year feeling like it went on way longer than it needed to in their Wrapped graphics. But all anyone could really focus on was how out of wack their results felt.
However, as it has always been, Spotify only collects data from January 1st till October 31st, so all those embarrassing top-charting tracks are all your own doing — including all the sleep sounds that helped us try and snooze through this trash fire of a year.
— Oliver Jose (@MissingLuci) December 2, 2020
— allison (@iiloveguyfierii) December 2, 2020
— 🤍 (@popcoyo) December 2, 2020
— 𝙖𝙣𝙞𝙢𝙚 𝙩𝙞𝙙𝙙𝙞𝙚𝙨 🥺 (@moiyayaya) December 2, 2020
me: “my spotify wrapped is going to be great this year”
— Eliott💥 (@CaseForTheFBI) December 2, 2020
spotify wrapped every single year pic.twitter.com/eEWd6dh1Bj
— kat | MEG DAY (@dfnclessangeI) December 1, 2020
opening spotify wrapped in 2020 pic.twitter.com/3YWPQKXPlP
— Ryan Kolakowski (@RyanKolakowski) December 2, 2020
Thanks to a whole lot of spare time on our hands and quarantine rewatching, some real old favourites even remerged to really throw off some people’s listening habits.
This nostalgic watching and listening was so prevalent that Spotify even decided to include a “Top Decade” Wrapped pick to represent all those people who tried to escape 2020 through music.
A big outlier that many noticed this year, however, was the presence of so many Glee cover tracks in their top lists. And I mean SO many.
the glee cast on everyone’s spotify wrapped for this year: pic.twitter.com/mS7P0016YT
— priyaミ☆ (@cabelloxnaomi) December 2, 2020
legally speaking no one is allowed to judge anyone’s spotify wrapped this year like if someone has the glee cast in their top artists just mind ur business it’s 2020
— c 🦋 (@idont__claire) November 30, 2020
— gracie (@cossaweenie) December 2, 2020
can't wait for my spotify wrapped to come out and tell me that i spent yet another year listening to the same music as i have since i was 14
— 𝔐𝔦𝔰𝔱𝔯𝔢𝔰𝔰 𝔬𝔣 𝔞𝔩𝔩 𝔈𝔳𝔦𝔩 🦇 (@Hanarchy4theUK) November 17, 2020
— ⋆ erin ⋆ (@drieshem) December 2, 2020
Already ruined my Spotify wrapped for 2020 by listening to the ratatouille soundtrack for three weeks straight
— andy🌱 (@gothicdogsclub) February 5, 2020
While for others, their results were exactly what they expected them to be.
— Brian Patrick Byrne (@bybrianbyrne) December 2, 2020
my spotify wrapped: pic.twitter.com/nSf2dINuco
— ellie (@catchfireswift) December 1, 2020
So go on, find out your Wrapped results then post them for the world to see! You only get the chance once a year. And for those who are too embarrassed to do so, better luck next year.
as we approach the “nobody cares about your spotify wrapped” time of year, i would like you all to know that i care. post your wrapped. i will look at all of it and ponder it and cherish it
— delanee (@idiotvrgo) November 26, 2020
We start all over again on January 1, so best to get all your embarrassing streams out of the way now.