See Your Top Streamed Artists and Songs on Spotify

Do you ever sit around and wait for those year end reviews on your music applications just to see how many times you streamed “Delicate” by Taylor Swift or the top artists you listened to that year? Same! But thanks to this super easy trick, I can find out my streaming habits instantaneously during anytime of the year.

Awhile ago, maybe 8 months ago or so, I discovered this trick randomly on the internet that allows you to see your most streamed artists and songs on Spotify. It’s super easy – all you have to do is paste the following code ( into your browser and log into your Spotify account. The creator’s name is listed on the bottom of the browser and you can find him on Facebook – and donate to him via Venmo. Whether or not that’s to fund his Spotify research or not…you can make that call if you choose to donate!

I’ve had people ask me if this will give you spam or mess up your device, and I promise it doesn’t! Side note: I’ve tried to do it on my laptop a couple times and it doesn’t work, but always works on my phone.

The trick categorizes your top streamed artists and songs based on length. Check out my top 20 artists and streams below and try it for yourself!

This gets confusing to some people because it’s the artists whose music you actually stream  not what you listen to offline.

Top Artists – Short Term (4 Weeks)

Vampire Weekend
Shawn Mendes
Middle Kids
The Aces
The 1975
Taylor Swift
Now, Now
Father John Misty
Janelle Monáe
Lykke Li
Snail Mail
Lily Allen
Jessie Reyez
Charli XCX
Bon Iver
Night Riots
Kali Uchis

Top Artists – Medium Term (6 months)

Taylor Swift
First Aid Kit
Liza Anne
Vampire Weekend
Janelle Monáe
The Aces
Wolf Alice
Billie Eilish
Middle Kids
Sunflower Bean
Cardi B.
Pheobe Bridgers
Now, Now
Matt Maeson

Top Artists – Long Term (Years)

I interpret this as from the start of your Spotify account. Mine was made way back in high school.

Taylor Swift
The Maine
From Indian Lakes
The 1975
One Direction
Childish Gambino
Bad Suns
Local Natives
Ed Sheeran
First Aid Kit
The Head and The Heart
Twenty One Pilots

Top Tracks – Short Term (4 Weeks)

“Give Yourself a Try” – The 1975
“Body Count” – Jessie Reyez
“Unlock It” – Charli XCX
“Fallingwater” – Maggie Rogers
“GO!” – Karen O, Santigold
“Dance To This” – Troye Sivan, Ariana Grande
“Screwed” – Janelle Monáe, Zoë Kravitz
“Better Not” – Louis The Child, Wafia
“Ignore Me” – Betty Who
“Simplify” – Young The Giant
“Shutter Island” – Jessie Reyez
“Graffiti” – Churches
“Blaze of Glory” – Anna Lunoe
“Sad and Bored” – bülow
“Lost In Japan” – Shawn Mendes
“I Love It” – Icona Pop & Charli XCX
“Committed” – Ivory Lane
“New Light” – John Mayer
“Groceries” – Mallrat
“Mistake” – Middle Kids

Top Tracks – Medium Term (6 months)

“Lottery” – Jade Bird
“Give Yourself a Try” – The 1975
“This Is America” – Childish Gambino
“Psychopath” – Charlotte Lawrence, Nina Nesbitt, Sasha Sloan
“Be Careful” – Cardi B
“Anything” – SZA
“My My My!” – Troye Sivan
“Rebel Heart” – First Aid Kit
“COPYCAT” – Billie Eilish
“Truth Hurts” – Lizzo
“Prom” – SZA
“Uninvited” – Mallrat
“Motion Sickness” – Phoebe Bridgers
“Committed” – Ivory Lane
“End Game” – Taylor Swift
“I Want You” – Elohim
“Happy” – Mitski
“Real Fake Love” – Nïka
“Stepping Stone” – Armando Young
“Make Me Feel” – Janelle Monáe

Top Tracks – Long Term (Years)

“Green Light” – Lorde
“The Sound” – The 1975
“Runaway” – Ryn Weaver
“Closer” – The Chainsmokers
“UGH!” – The 1975
“Hard Feelings/Loveless” – Lorde
“Eros” – Young The Giant
“Am I Alive” – From Indian Lakes
“Tired of Talking” – Léon
“Look What You Made Me Do” – Taylor Swift
“Diet Soda Society” – The Maine
“G Train” – Third Story
“Past Lives” – Børns
“Past Lives” – Local Natives (I love that they’re the same name) ^
“Alive” – Sia
“Strange Love” – Halsey
“Pierre” – Ryn Weaver
“Caroline” – Aminé
“IV. Sweatpants” – Childish Gambino
“Like You Lots” – LANY

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– Kristin

2 comments on “See Your Top Streamed Artists and Songs on Spotify

  1. Okay I kept getting confused as to how Spotify was coming up with these artists! I listen to all my favorite artists offline, which explains everything! This was SO helpful, thanks for sharing!


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