How to see your YouTube Music Spring Recap – like Spotify Wrapped but for each season
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YouTube Music Recap is not just a yearly event. Now you can see your most played artists and songs as the year goes by.
The Spotify yearly wrap up of users’ most-streamed content, Spotify Wrapped, is massively popular. Every December other streaming service subscribers would look on jealously, so subsequently many platforms have launched their own versions.
Does YouTube Music have a yearly recap, for example? Yes, and now they’ve gone one step further than Spotify.
The end-of-year Recap by YouTube Music, first started in 2021, shows you your favourite artists and new song discoveries over the past 12 months. Now a new Spring Recap gives you a preview of your YouTube Music best of 2022 by revealing a personalised mix of your favourite artists, songs playlists and albums so far.
The feedback from Recap was so positive YouTube Music decided once a year wasn’t enough – Spring Recap is the first personalised experience for each season of the year.
You’ll be able to see how your music taste changes as 2022 goes on, and also a rundown of the hits of the year so far.
Where can I find my YouTube Music Spring Recap?
Tap here to see your Spring Recap on YouTube Music.
Spring Recap is on the YouTube Music app, advertised right there on the first page.
Click through to reveal stats like your top artist and favourite album.
There’s also personalised playlists based on what you’ve been listening to.
You can easily share the stats and personalised playlists using the arrow at the bottom of the stats card.
Check out our ultimate guide to YouTube Music here!
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