Essentially, Wrapped is just a list of the most popular audio content you listened to over the a year ago.
While the year's most streamed songs are primarily from the R&B/hip hop genre, the least streamed are more musically diverse, including multiple country music performers such as Luke Bryan, Dierks Bentley, and Chris Stapleton.
To go along with your 2018 wrap-up, Spotify put together a playlist of your top 100 songs of 2018, so you can access all your favorites in one place.
Spotify Wrapped also generates two playlists for users. For instance, our listening increased by two billion percent in 2018 from 2017.
His hit-single "God's Plan" was the most-played track of the year.
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Now the streaming giant has launched its yearly "Your 2018 Wrapped" feature, so all 83 million can look back on their year of music listening with (hopefully) fond memories.
One of the pages shows a user's top five songs, artists, and genres.
For instance, they clarified that the songs they pulled had to be released from January 1 through October 31, eliminating any music from November from appearing on the playlist. The streaming platform has also introduced support for Microsoft's voice assistant Cortana on Xbox, meaning you can ask Cortana to play tracks on Spotify through the console.
However, this doesn't answer the question of why a top song wouldn't appear in the top 100 playlist, with the support account only writing "This can happen for a number of reasons".