Spotify Wrapped Is Here And We’re THRILLT

What were your most played songs of 2018?

Tired of ‘Last Christmas’ and ‘Fairytale of New York’ already? Spotify’s got your back. The Swedish music-streaming service (and our go-to app for making ‘getting ready’ playlists) has just unveiled Spotify Wrapped. The annual feature breaks down your listening habits for 2018, making it super simple to indulge in all your #faves of the year.

To marvel at your own impeccable taste, head on over to the app where you’ll find a playlist called ‘Your Top Songs 2018’…which is basically what it says on the packet. Pop your earphones in and enjoy a playlist that is essentially the musical equivalent of replaying your own Snapchat story and having a giggle at how utterly HILAR you are.

If you want a deeper dive into your listening habits – we’re talking an analysis-of-what-star-sign-you’re-most-musically-drawn-to level of depth – then head to for all the grisly details. Yes, you did listen to the A Star Is Born soundtrack that many times. We’re here with you.

And although Mindy Kaling once said she would rather have someone read her diary than look at her playlists, we’re betting our bottom euro your mates on the social pipes won’t feel the same. Spotify Wrapped gives you the option to share your stats on Facebook, Twitter, Instagram and WhatsApp so prepare for feeds to blow up.

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Interested in how your taste compares to the rest of the country?

Drake was the most-streamed artist in Ireland (and the world, with a mind-boggling 82 billion streams globally), followed by Post Malone, Ed Sheeran, Eminem and Khalid. Picture This snagged the title of most-streamed Irish act and their track ‘Take My Hand’ racked up 10 million listens alone. We Irish favoured the international hitmakers though; the most-streamed songs amongst Irish Spotify users were ‘God’s Plan’ by Drake, ‘Shotgun’ by George Ezra, One Kiss by Dua Lipa and Calvin Harris, ‘These Days’ by Macklemore, Jess Glynne, Rudimental and Dan Caplen, and ‘2002’ by Anne-Marie. Drake, Post Malone, Dua Lipa, Ed Sheehan and Anne-Marie also had the most-streamed albums in Ireland.


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