Spotify year in review
These are the 2022 winners
The streaming service Spotify has published its annual review. These musicians and podcasters were most successful in 2022.
The Spotify year in review is here. In his “Wrapped” hub the Swedish audio streaming service has revealed which artists, albums, songs and podcasts were the most popular in 2022.
The big winner is once again Bad Bunny (28). With 18.5 billion streams, the Puerto Rican rapper has claimed the title of “Most Streamed Artist” for the third year in a row. He also wrote the most successful album of the year, “Un Verano Sin Ti”. With “Me Porto Bonito” and “Tití Me Preguntó” he is also represented in the song charts. But he has to leave first place to Harry Styles (28). Its track “As It Was” has been streamed 1.6 billion times. “The Joe Rogan Experience” is again at the top of the international podcast charts.
Luciano is the most successful German artist
The most popular musician in Germany also comes from the rap scene: Luciano (28) not only leads the artist charts, but also the song and album charts with “Beautiful Girl” and “Majestic”. The tracks “Sehnsucht” by Miksu/Macloud and t-low as well as “Layla” by DJ Robin and Schürze are hot on his heels. “Majestic” is followed by the albums “=” by Ed Sheeran (31) and “Zukunft 1& 2” by RAF Camora (38). Rammstein secures number one of the most streamed German music acts abroad. As in the previous year, the podcasts “Gemischtes Hack” and “Fest & Flauschig” are most popular with the Spotify community.
With a video message, artists can now personally thank their fans for their support. 40,000 stars recorded messages, including Taylor Swift (33), Billie Eilish (21), Cro (32) or Sido (42).
Personalized annual review for Spotify users
In addition to the official charts, there are also personalized reviews for listeners. These can be found via the “Wrapped Hub” in the Spotify mobile app. There you will also find information about upcoming concerts by your favorite artists. The “My Listening Personality” function can also be used to determine the listening personality type. You can choose from “enthusiast”, “nomad” or “lover”. If you like, you can share your results via share cards via WhatsApp, Instagram Direct Messages, Facebook Messenger and Line.