Can I see Spotify Wrapped 2020 and 2019? How to check previous stats - and expected 2021 release date

Spotify Wrapped 2021 has launched, but how can you find your previous Spotify Wrapped playlists?

By Sarah McCann, Search and Trends Writer
Tuesday, 30th November 2021, 11:35 am
Updated Wednesday, 1st December 2021, 5:29 pm

Spotify Wrapped is finally here, so why not look back on old playlists and see if your music taste has changed.

You can revisit old Spotify Wrapped playlists and relive your favourite tunes that defined 2017 or 2020.

Here's all you need to know about how to see previous Spotify Wrapped playlists.

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Can you revisit old Spotify Wrapped?

Yes, you can access Spotify Wrapped up to 2016, which gives you five whole years of tracks to look back on.

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How do I find old Spotify wraps?

You can access your previous Spotify Wrapped playlists from 2016-2020.

Spotify Wrapped is available through your Spotify account, we've put together the links to Spotify Wraps of 2016, 2017, 2018, 2019 and 2020 below, all you need to do is login and click on the link to access your data.

Links to Spotify Wrapped 2016-2020:

When will Spotify Wrapped 2021 be released?

Spotify Wrapped officially launched on December 1, 2021.

You can access your playlist here.

Spotify acknowledged this year's Spotify Wrapped on Twitter celebrating the release saying, 'The red carpet is ready for you Get your #SpotifyWrapped now and share how you listened this year..'

Who is the most streamed artist of 2021?

For the second year running Puerto Rican rapper Bad Bunny takes the top spot of most-streamed artist on Spotify after receiving over 9.1 billion streams even without releasing a new album.

Second place goes to singer-songwriter Taylor Swift, whose latest album Red gave fan a chance to rediscover the artists earlier hits.

Third place went to BTS, the popular K-Pop boy band made the top spot with their hit single, 'Butter'.

Fourth spot went to Canadian hip hop singer Drake, who released the hit Certified Lover Boy in September.

With the fifth and final spot going to Justin Bieber, who released his album 'Justice' in 2021.

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