You don’t have to wait until the end of the year to have a glance at your Spotify stats via Spotify Wrapped.
In this article, I explore various ways to view your Spotify statistics such as your top artists, songs, genre, and various details associated with your streaming habits.
You can be able to view your Spotify listening stats in majorly two ways, via third-party sites or apps or directly in the Spotify app.
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1. Stats for Spotify
This is one of my favourite sites off this list. Stats for Spotify is a third-party site that allows you to view your;
- Most-streamed artists
- Top songs
- Top genres
This website is pretty basic and not clustered with sophisticated features. It arranges your recently played songs, top 50 tracks in the past 4 weeks, 6 months and all time most listened to tracks from your Spotify.
The site also allows you to make playlists from your top songs directly on Spotify.
To use this site;
- Head to Stats for Spotify
- Tap the Login with Spotify button
- You will be prompted to grant the site third-party access to your Spotify account. Click Agree to enable it to fetch your listening stats.
Receiptify is one of the popular ways Spotify users can check for their stats displayed in the form of receipts.
You’ll have the option to view your top songs over different time frames – the last 4 weeks, 6 months, and all time. See how your music preferences evolve over time and relive those special musical moments.
The tool can assess your top songs in the last 4 weeks, 6 months and all time.
To Receiptify your Spotify stats,
- Start by visiting the Receiptify website. You’ll be greeted with a simple interface.
- Login with your Spotify account. To get your personalized stats, you need to grant Receiptify access to your Spotify account.
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One thing you will immediately notice is the clean and modern interface of this site. A classy way to view your monitor your streaming habits.
Details of your Spotify statistics are arranged in neat segments showing your;
- Top songs
- Top artists
- Top Genres
- Top Albums
The site allows you to follow other people and as well be followed. You can as well share your profile for other users to view your top tracks.
By simply clicking the play favourites button, one can easily play a preview of the top songs off your profile. To play the full version of the songs, you need to have Spotify Premium.
Volt.fm goes ahead to analyse your music taste and categorises it on the basis of descriptions such as relaxed, acoustic, instrumental, and live among others.
To use the site, simply sign in with your Spotify and your account will be connected to view your stats.
Obscurity means a state of being unknown, hidden, or not easily understood or recognized.
Just as the meaning, Obscurify shows you how unique or different your music taste is as compared to other listeners in your country.
It is a great way of measuring up against other listeners to find how rare or how different your music taste is.
To use the site,
- Head to Obscurify
- Login with your Spotify
- Click Agree to allow the site access.
After analysing the music you listen to, the site will return with the score rating of how obscure your music taste is.
Below is the score of how obscure my music taste is.
Looking for a dose of playful amusement centred around your Spotify listening habits?
Judge My Spotify is an interesting site made with Artificial Intelligence (A.I) that judges and critiques your music taste.
It engages you in a live chat (question and answer) based on the analysis of your listening statistics. It engages you in a question-and-answer session while making remarks.
Now, don’t take these remarks too seriously, for The Pudding doesn’t genuinely evaluate your musical preferences.
Instead, it’s meant to be a blend of jokes from the data analyzed about the artists, tracks, and genres on your Spotify playlist. After the grilling, it gives a final analysis.
Ready to get grilled for your music taste?
- Simply head to Judge My Music
- Login to Spotify. Allow the site access to your Spotify by clicking Agree
Musictaste.Space is a unique Spotify statistics website that on top of showing you your listening habits, also incorporates the shareability feature where you can compare your listening statistics with other users on the platform.
You can always share your music with others to find out whether you have matching music tastes.
Via the Insights page, you can find details on,
- Top Artists
- Top Tracks
- The dominant moods depicted by the songs you listen too
- Obscurify score
With MusicTaste.Space, you can also create your very own playlists based on the music you already love, all tailored to your unique taste.
To get started,
- Visit Musictaste.space
- Click Sign In With Spotify to fetch your listening history.
- Head to My Insights to explore your Spotify stats.
NPRCore is another site which compares your Spotify listening with National Public Radio‘s top 50 albums. It shows you how much your music taste aligns with NPR’s best-ranked music.
NPRCore looks at your favourite artists, tracks, and albums on Spotify. Then, it tells you the percentage of similarity between your preferences and NPR’s top 50 albums.
To check your stats,
- Go to NPRCore’s website
- Click Log in with Spotify
It will analyze your music and reveal your NPRcore percentage, based on your short, medium and long-term listening periods.
8. Spotify statistics within the application
Besides third-party apps, you can opt to check for your stats directly within Spotify without relying on third-party sites;
Spotify Wrapped is the official stats round-up from the company that lets users see their stats throughout the year in the form of a slide show.
Spotify wrapped is one of the exciting features that let users see statistics such as their top artists, top songs, and the genres they have been listening to all year.
It is also shareable which is a fun way of showing off your music taste to the world. This feature usually comes in at the end of the year.
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Check for Spotify Stats via the Spotify Web App
- Select the Home tab in the Spotify Web Player, and tap on your Profile.
- On the subsequent page, you can then view your Top Artists and Top Tracks of the month. To expand these lists and see more info, click See All and you will be able to view about 50 columns of your statistics.
Check for Spotify Stats via the Mobile App (Android & iOS)
When using the app, the details you can be able to view are the recently played artists.
This feature is only available after you have enabled it via the mobile app settings.
To view your recently played artists;
- Open the Spotify app on your Android or iOS device.
- From Home, tap the gear-shaped Settings button in the top right corner.
- Under Settings, scroll down to the Social section and toggle on the Recently played artists button.
- Once the Recently played artists toggle button is on, scroll up and tap View Profile.
- Under your Profile, you can now always see the three most recently played artists. To expand the list, tap See all.
Check for Spotify Stats via Third Party Sites & Apps (Spotify Stats Websites)
Besides, you might not be willing to wait until the end of the year waiting for Spotify wrapped to check for your streaming statistics via the official app which is somewhat limited.
You can always check for your statistics through various external sites and apps.
For a deep dive into your streaming statistics, read on!
Note: The Spotify stats websites and apps discussed in this section require access to your account. You will have to log in to your account via these sites in order to enable them to fetch your streaming data.
How To Logout of Third-party Sites on Spotify
Now that you are done viewing your listening stats you might later want to revoke third-party sites and apps from accessing your account.
It is also a good practice in order to secure your privacy online.
To log out of third-party sites and apps;
- Head to your Spotify homepage.
- Click on your Profile in the top right corner.
- Click on Accounts, and a new window will open up.
- Click on Apps. Websites and Apps with access to your Spotify account will be displayed.
- Click on Remove Access to restrict websites from having access to your account data.
Frequently Asked Questions
How to see artist Spotify stats
Head to the search bar and search for the artist whose stats you would like to view. On the artist page, you will be able to view the top songs by the artist with the stream count just below.
Is Stats for Spotify safe?
Yes, Stats for Spotify site is safe and legit. With your permission, this site connects with your Spotify account to track your listening history and show you your top tracks, artists and genres. You can always log out and deny the site access to your account at any time.
I hope you found the article helpful. Time to take control of your stats for Spotify. Check them at your convenience and have an understanding of your listening habits.