Even though it’s still early in the year, Apple Music has already released its own version of Spotify Wrapped so that its subscribers may evaluate their listening patterns for 2022.
You may listen to your Apple Music Replay 2022 playlist in the Apple Music app, continuing a trend started by similar playlists launched in the previous few years. The 100-song track list, which is updated every week, will allow you to listen to an automatically selected list of your favorite songs from the year to date.
Visit the official Apple Music Repla(opens in a new tab)y website to learn more about your listening preferences if you want a more in-depth experience.
If you know where to search, getting access to this information is rather simple. You need to open the Apple Music App, go to the Listen Now tab, and then scroll all the way to the bottom if you want to access the 100-song Replay 2022 playlist.
When you reach the bottom and are unable to descend any farther, the Replay 2022 playlist should appear in front of you. As we write this article, we’re grooving out to our favorite songs from 2015, but if you’re feeling nostalgic, you can swipe along that bar from right to left to view your Apple Music Replay playlists from the previous several years.
As an alternative, if you’re using a browser, go to https://music.apple.com/replay(which opens in a new tab). You can see your top tunes of 2022 as well as a tonne of other statistics about your listening preferences by signing into your Apple Music account.
You may find out who your favorite musicians are, how many original artists you’ve heard this year, and comparable statistics for your favorite albums (at the time of writing, we’ve listened to 340 different artists, or around 7 unique artists each day).
These playlists are ideal for times when you don’t know what to listen to or want to indulge in the nostalgia of your musical preferences from earlier times, in addition to being very intriguing in terms of statistics.