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Check Out These Fun Music Analyzing Websites Ahead Of Spotify Wrapped

If you constantly have your headphones in like me, you’re probably dying to see your Spotify Wrapped 2022. And I’m not alone in my anticipation — many Spotify users have started trying out other music analyzing apps and websites like Instafest (my festival lineup has The 1975, Harry Styles, and Taylor Swift — a killer trio, if you ask me) to track what music they’ve been listening to this year. Music analyzing websites like Instafest analyze your Spotify data to show you what you’ve been listening to in the past few weeks, months, and even the whole year. And honestly? Keep the Instagram Stories showing your music listening habits coming, besties — I love seeing (OK, and maybe judging just a teensy bit) everyone’s music tastes!

Can’t wait for Spotify Wrapped? I’ve done some digging and rounded up the best music analyzing websites like Instafest and Spotify Wrapped that track and analyze your Spotify data. Quick PSA: All of these websites require you to login using your Spotify account (and some are even usable with your Apple Music account!).

Stats for Spotify

Stats for Spotify takes analyzing your Spotify data to the next level. This music analyzing website shows your top tracks, artists, and genres. You can view your most listened to tracks and even create a playlist from your personal charts and listen to it on the Spotify app.


You’ve probably already heard of Receiptify, a music analyzing website that takes your music streaming data and compiles it into a receipt. This website is great because it works with Spotify and Apple Music — so Apple Music users don’t feel left out.

How Bad Is Your Streaming Music?

In 2018, my top artist for the year on Spotify Wrapped was the cast of Hamilton — yes, I said it. How Bad Is Your Streaming Music? is an AI that judges your music taste — and TBH, it’s totally unhinged. The music analyzing website can look at your Apple Music data, too.


Think your music taste is special and just not like everyone else’s? (Honestly, though, don’t we all?) Enter Obscurify, a music analyzing website that allows you to check out your own music taste and compare it to your friends’ tastes. The website also tells you how your listening habits compare to other Spotify users, based on how “mainstream” or “niche” your top artists and songs are.


How well do you really know your favorite songs? I say I know all the lyrics of “Give Yourself A Try” by The 1975, but do I really? Whisperify takes your music streaming data and turns it into fun little quizzes! You can also challenge your besties, too.

Zodiac Affinity

Astrology fans, you’re gonna love this one. Zodiac Affinity is a music analyzing website that analyzes your Spotify to see which of your recently listened to songs resonates most with your zodiac sign. As a Sagittarius myself (and it’s Sagittarius season!), I’m totally doing this one. 

Sort Your Music

If you want to take a deeper look at your top playlists, check out Sort Your Music. This website allows you to sort your playlist based on different song attributes, like energy, danceability (yes, that’s a word), loudness, and popularity. 

Discover Quickly

In need of some music recommendations? Look no further than Discover Quickly, a music analyzing website that takes your Spotify data and spits out new songs for you to listen to based on your music taste. I already know I’m going to be using this website a lot


Icebergify takes all your top artists and ranks them in, well, an iceberg. The website organizes the iceberg based on how “mainstream” your top artists are, placing those at the top of the iceberg.

Zoë is a writer and recent graduate from Loyola Marymount University, where she received her Bachelor of Arts in English. Formerly, she was an associate editor at Her Campus, where she covered Gen Z pop culture, beauty and style trends, and everything in between. When she's not writing or editing, Zoë can be found reading, sipping coffee, and exploring new places in California.