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Spotify Wrapped 2021: what are your most played songs of the year?

It’s that time of year again, Spotify Wrapped is here to reveal your most-streamed artists, songs, and albums of 2021.

As with every Spotify Wrapped, you can see the minutes you (and everyone else on Instagram) spent listening to music, and what your top genres, artists and songs were.

Some new features this year include allowing you to share your favourite music as part of a customised movie, an aura (which visualises the songs), or through a game with playing cards.

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This year’s Wrapped even allows you to share straight to TikTok, so no one can get away from the constant social media updates of everyone’s favourite tunes.

As always, you can save your top songs from the year into a playlist, ready to play at your convenience, saving you the hours needed to curate a fresh playlist.

In terms of the most streamed artists in Australia over the last year, Taylor Swift took the top spot, with Justin Beiber coming in second, followed by Drake, Ed Sheeran, and our very own The Kid LAROI coming in at 5th place.

Looking at the most streamed songs in Australia, Heat Waves by Glass Animals was number one, with drivers license by Olivia Rodrigo, STAY (with Justin Bieber) by The Kid LAROI, good 4 u by Olivia Rodrigo, and WITHOUT YOU by The Kid LAROI trailing just behind.

The Kid LAROI had three of the top five most played songs by Australian artists with STAY (with Justin Bieber) (#1), WITHOUT YOU (#2), and SO DONE (#4).

Astronaut In The Ocean by Masked Wolf took #3, with Fly Away by Tones And I coming in at #5.

The Kid LAROI unsurprisingly was the most listened to Australian artist of 2021, followed by The Wiggles, Hilltop Hoods, AC/DC, and Flume.

The Spotify exclusive The Joe Rogan Experience was the most streamed podcast both in Australia and worldwide, for the second year in a row, with ABC News Briefing (#2), Casefile True Crime (#3), Hamish & Andy (#4) and The Update (#5) coming in behind rogan in Australian streams.

While it’s not available on the desktop or web version, you can see your year of music Wrapped on your phone by clicking here.