Spotify Stats 2023 — Subscribers, Revenue & Other Insights

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When Spotify first began in 2008, it permanently changed the way people listen to music.

Spotify lets you discover, organize, and share over 100 million songs, over 5 million podcast titles and 350,000+ audiobooks.

Currently, Spotify is the world’s leading audio streaming service, with 551 million users and 220 million premium subscribers across 184 regions.

In this post, We shed light on how far Spotify has come since its launch and how things are looking for the Swedish giant in the future.

Let’s get into it, shall we?

Spotify Statistics Infographics

This is our TLDR section for this article. If you wish to know the key statistics related to Spotify for 2023, you will see them here in a nutshell. Allow us to show you — In a graphical way!

Spotify Statistics Infographics 2023

Spotify Stats 2023: In a Nutshell

How many songs are on Spotify?

As per official data, Spotify has over 100 Million songs on its platform as of 2023.

How many artists are on Spotify in 2023?

It is estimated that Spotify currently has over 11 million artists and creators on its platform.

Monthly Spotify Stats

  • Spotify has 551 million monthly active listeners as of Q2 2023. out of which 220 million are its premium subscribers.
  • Europe accounts for 29% of Spotify’s monthly active listeners.
  • North America (USA + Canada) comes second with a 20% share.
  • 331 million of Spotify’s monthly users are ad-supported.
  • 1,800,000 songs are uploaded on Spotify every month on average.
  • The Weeknd is the artist with the most monthly listeners, with 110.07 million audiences as of August 2023.

Artist Ranking on Spotify (2022 Recap)

  • Bad Bunny was the most-streamed Artist on Spotify in 2022. With Taylor Swift, Drake, The Weeknd and BTS in 2nd to 5th position, respectively.
  • Harry Styles’ single “As it was” is the most-streamed track of 2022. Bad Bunny’s Album titled Un Verano Sin Ti is the most-streamed album of last year.

Spotify Artists Payout statistics

  • Spotify paid over $8 Billion to its artists in 2022. That’s more than any other music streaming service.
  • Spotify’s all-time payouts to music right holders is approaching $40 billion.
  • Spotify Broke the record for the biggest yearly payout from any retail business in history.
  • 1060 artists earned more than $1 Million, while 57,000 artists generated $10,000+ through Spotify royalty in 2022.
  • Major record labels earned over $4 billion in profit in 2022.
  • The estimated value of a Spotify stream to an artist ranges from $0.006 to as little as $0.00318 per stream.

Miscellaneous Spotify Statistics

  • Males form 56%, whereas females form 44% of Spotify’s user base.
  • North America has the highest average Spotify daily usage.
  • Over 44% of users access Spotify every day 

Spotify Active Users [Monthly]

According to official data, Spotify has 551 million monthly active users as of Q1 2023. The total MAUs grew 27% Y/Y.

Note: Spotify monthly active listeners are unique users who stream music on Spotify at least once in a 28-day window.

Spotify Monthly Active Users (Q2 2023)
Source: Spotify Shareholder Deck

Spotify anticipates that the platform will have 572 million monthly active users by the end of the Second Quarter of 2023, according to insights released in the shareholder letter of Q2 2023.

Since 2015, Spotify has shown a sustained (Q-O-Q) increase in the department. Let’s have a look at it in the table below.

Here is a complete breakdown of quarterly growth in Spotify monthly users from 2015 to 2023:

Quarter – yearMonthly active users
Quarter 1  – 201568  million
Quarter 2 – 201577  million
Quarter 3 – 201591  million
Quarter 4 – 201596  million
Quarter 1  – 2016104  million
Quarter 2  – 2016113  million
Quarter 3 – 2016123  million
Quarter 4 – 2016132  million
Quarter 1  – 2017138 million
Quarter 2  – 2017149 million
Quarter 3 – 2017160 million
Quarter 4 – 2017157 million
Quarter 1  – 2018180 million
Quarter 2  – 2018191 million
Quarter 3  – 2018207 million
Quarter 4 – 2018217 million
Quarter 1  – 2019232 million
Quarter 2  – 2019248 million
Quarter 3 – 2019271 million
Quarter 4 – 2019286 million
Quarter 1  – 2020299 million
Quarter 2  – 2020299 milliion
Quarter 3 – 2020345 million
Quarter 4 – 2020356 million
Quarter 1 – 2021365 million
Quarter 2  –  2021381 million
Quarter 3 – 2021406 million
Quarter 4 – 2021422 million
Quarter 1 – 2022 433 million
Quarter 2 – 2022456 million
Quarter 3 – 2022515 million
Quarter 4 – 2022489 million
Quarter 1 – 2023515 million
Quarter 2 – 2023551 million

Spotify’s Region-wise Active Users Distribution (Monthly)

Spotify has gained immense popularity worldwide. The platform boasts an impressive user base that is distributed across different regions of the world. According to the available data, around 29% of the Monthly Active Users (MAUs) on Spotify are from Europe, making it the largest market for the company.

North America comes second with 20% of the MAUs, while Latin America follows closely with 21%.

The rest of the world accounts for 30% of Spotify’s MAUs.

These statistics indicate that Spotify has a broad user base, and the platform has been successful in expanding its reach globally. The company’s efforts to cater to the musical tastes and preferences of different regions have undoubtedly contributed to its popularity in these areas.

Here’s a complete distribution of Spotify’s Monthly Active Users by region:

RegionShare of Monthly Active Users
North America (USA & Canada)20%
Latin America21%
Rest of the world30%
Monthly Active User

Spotify Premium Subscribers

Spotify has 220 million premium subscribers globally. This is a 17% year-over-year growth.

Spotify Premium Subscribers (Q2, 2023)
Source: Spotify Shareholder Deck

Spotify anticipates that it will have around 223 million premium subscribers by the end of Q3 2023.

Here is a breakdown of Spotify’s Premium subscriber growth from 2015 to 2023:

Quarter, YearPaying Subscribers
Quarter 1 – 201518 million
Quarter 2 – 201522 million
Quarter 3 – 201524 million
Quarter 4 – 201528 million
Quarter 1 – 201630 million
Quarter 2 – 201636 million
Quarter 3 – 201640 million
Quarter 4 – 201648 million
Quarter 1 – 201752 million
Quarter 2 – 201759 million
Quarter 3 – 201762 million
Quarter 4 – 201771 million
Quarter 1 – 201875 million
Quarter 2 – 201883 million
Quarter 3 – 201887 million
Quarter 4 – 201896 million
Quarter 1 – 2019100 million
Quarter 2 – 2019108 million
Quarter 3 – 2019113 million
Quarter 4 – 2019124 million
Quarter 1 – 2020130 million
Quarter 2 – 2020138 million
Quarter 3 – 2020144 million
Quarter 4 – 2020155 million
Quarter 1 – 2021158 million
Quarter 2 – 2021165 million
Quarter 3 – 2021172 million
Quarter 4 – 2021180 million
Quarter 1 – 2022 182 million
Quarter 2 – 2022188 million
Quarter 3 – 2022195 million
Quarter 4 – 2022205 million
Quarter 1 – 2023210 million
Quarter 2 – 2023220 million

Spotify Demographics

29% of Spotify’s global users belong to the 25 to 34 age group. People aged between 18 to 24 make up the second biggest user group with 26%.

Here is a table showing Spotify’s users based on their age:

Age GroupShare of Users
18 to 2426%
25 to 3429%
35 to 4416%
45 to 5511%

Spotify Revenue

According to Spotify’s latest financial reports, The company’s total revenue grew by 14% year-over-year to €3.042 billion in the first quarter of 2023. The revenue further grew to €3.177 billion in the second quarter bringing the total revenue to €6.219 billion in 2023 so far.

This is a testament to the platform’s continued growth and success in the music-streaming industry.

Spotify registered a yearly revenue of €11.727 billion in 2022.

Here’s a detailed breakdown of Spotify’s income from 2012 to 2023:

2009€13.36 million
2010€73.9 million
2011€187.8 million
2012€430.1 million
2013€746 million
2014€1.08 billion
2015€1.94 billion
2016€2.95 billion
2017€4.09 billion
2018€5.26 billion
2019€6.76 billion
2020€7.88 billion
2021€9.67 billion
2022€11.72 billion
2023 (Up To Q2)€6.219 billion

Spotify Revenue Through Premium Subscribers

Spotify’s revenue streams come from both premium subscribers and ad-supported users. According to the company’s latest financial reports, its revenue through premium subscribers grew by 14% year-over-year to €2,713 million in the first quarter of 2023. The revenue further grew to €2.773 billion in the second quarter bringing the total revenue from premium subscribers to €5.486 billion in 2023 so far.

Premium Subscribers helped Spotify generate an income of €10.25 billion in 2022.

Below is the complete breakdown of Spotify’s income through Premium members from 2012 to 2023:

2012€374.6 million
2013€677.89 million
2014€982.7 million
2015€1.74 billion
2016€2.657 billion
2017€3.67 billion
2018€4.717 billion
2019€6.086 billion
2020€7.13 billion
2021 €8.46 billion
2022€10.25 billion
2023 (Up To Q2)€5.486 billion

Spotify Revenue Through ad-Supported Businesses

Spotify’s ad-supported revenue increased 17% YoY to €329 million in the first quarter of 2023. The revenue further increased to 404 million in Q2 bringing the total to €733 million so far.

This demonstrates Spotify’s ability to generate revenue from its non-paying user base by improving ad targeting capabilities and offering innovative ad formats.

Below is the entire breakdown of Spotify’s ad-supported income from 2012 to 2023:

2012€55.5 million
2013€68.16 million
2014€102 million
2015€196 million
2016€295 million
2017€416 million
2018€542 million
2019€678 million
2020€745 million
2021 €1.208 billion
2022€1.476 billion
2023 (Up To Q2)€733 million

Spotify Market Share

Spotify controls 33% of the global music streaming market as of 2023.

The market share of Spotify has steadily been between 32% and 43% over the last 5 years.

We’ve listed below Spotify’s market control among paid music streaming consumers from 2015 to 2023:


Statistics Associated With Spotify’s Algorithm

With hundreds of thousands of songs uploaded every week to Spotify, it’s not enough that songs just catch the attention of fans. Getting featured in algorithmic playlists like Discover Weekly and Release Radar is even more crucial as that’s where most of the world discovers new music every day!

Knowing how Spotify’s algorithm works can help artists gain more exposure and increase streams. Here are some interesting figures associated with Spotify’s algorithm:

  • The first 30 seconds of a track matter to Spotify’s algorithm the most.

If a listener gets past the 30-second mark of a track – that’s a positive bit of data for Spotify. That’s also the point where a stream is monetized. (We will talk about streams and their monetization later in this post!)

  • First couple of days (especially 12 to 24 hours) after your release are crucial. Spikes in listeners, low skip rates and listening times matter most in the initial days after the release.
  • How much is a track shared and on which platform also matter a lot to Spotify. Spotify showed this data to its artists in its 2022 wrap. You can check Spotify For Artists if you are an artist and need official resources to grow!

How Much Does Spotify Pay Per Stream

If you are wondering how much Spotify pays per stream, it is generally between $0.003 and $0.005 per play.

Below are the rough estimates of Spotify’s streaming payouts to artists based on the above data:

Number of StreamsEstimated Payout
Per Stream$0.003 to $0.005
100 Streams$0.3 to $0.5
1,000 Streams$3 to $5
1 million Streams$300 to $500
10 million streams$30,000 to $50,000

This amount is subject to variation based on several factors, such as the location of the listener and the currency used. However, as a general rule, the payout is based on a 70/30 split between the rights holders and the platform. That means 70% of the revenue generated from each stream goes to the rights holders, while the remaining 30% is retained by Spotify.

Although Spotify’s payout may seem small, it can add up quickly, particularly for popular artists with a large pool of monthly listeners. We have discussed the most streamed artists of all time and the current month in this post below, scroll down to see it!

How Much Data Does Spotify Use

Table Showing Spotify's Data Consumption

Some users might be curious about how much data is consumed when they are streaming songs on Spotify.

Well, on the lowest quality setting, Spotify uses around 600 kilobytes (KBs), or a little more than half a megabyte, per song. However, if you’re looking for higher-quality audio, the data usage can increase significantly. For example, at high quality, Spotify uses up to 4.2MB per song, and for Spotify Premium subscribers, the “Very High setting” can consume up to 8.4MB per song.

So If you’re listening to a full 12-song album, this can add up to around 50MB of data usage, or 100MB if you’re on a Premium account.

Note: These numbers are based on a song with a length of three and a half minutes as it is the average length of songs in 2023.

Spotify Podcast Statistics

Spotify began its podcasting journey three years ago, with a database of over 180,000 episodes. Today, Spotify has over 5 million podcasts and 100,00 video podcasts on its platform, representing a growth rate of over 1500%. Spotify added 1.2 million podcasts to its library in 2021 alone!

Spotify ranks 2nd among the podcast platforms in the United States, with 40% of people using it on a regular basis.

Spotify, is the most popular app along with YouTube for podcast listening among Android phone users in the United States, accounting for a 26% share of the market (a 23% increase since 2020).

Spotify is the most popular podcast platform among North American millennials, with 50% being frequent users.

The Joe Rogan Experience is the number-one podcast on Spotify worldwide. It is followed by Andrew Hubberman’s daring “Hubberman Lab.”

Third on the list is an American true-crime podcast called “Over my dead body”

Emma Chamberlain’sAnything Goes with Emma Chamberlain“, and House of R finish in the top five Spotify podcasts globally.

Here is a list of the top 10 most popular podcasts on Spotify globally:

  • The Joe Rogan Experience.
  • Hubberman Lab.
  • Over My Dead Body
  • Anything Goes with Emma Chamberlain.
  • House of R.
  • This Past Weekend
  • Crime Junkie.
  • Handsome
  • Shawn Ryan Show
  • Smartless

Society & Culture is the most listened-to podcast genre on Spotify, according to worldwide listeners.

Below are the top 5 most popular podcast genres among Spotify’s worldwide listeners:

  • Society & Culture
  • Comedy
  • Lifestyle & Health.
  • Arts & Entertainment.
  • Education.

Spotify Video Podcast Statistics

100,000 podcasts on Spotify fall under the category of video podcasts. Let us explore some exciting facts about them!

  • The United States, Brazil, Mexico, the United Kingdom, and Germany publish the most video podcasts.
  • Spotify is seeing great adoption in markets such as the Philippines, where video podcasts account for over half of all podcast consumption.

Availability of Spotify Across The Globe

Currently, Spotify is accessible in 180 countries. Spotify has grown its presence to 80+ countries since 2020.

Spotify was accessible in only 61 markets globally in 2017. 

Between 2018 – 2022, Spotify expanded to 117 new nations.

And still counting!

Geographical Availability of The Spotify App by Platform

The Spotify iOS application is accessible in 157 countries.

Spotify is accessible in 90% of Nations where the iOS application store is available.

Aside from their desktop web player, Spotify Music is now available for download on Roku smart TVs. Spotify is available in all  17 Roku markets.

The Spotify app is accessible in 9 of the 11 markets where the Amazon Application Store is available (Japan & China excluded).

Spotify has its android application available in all 184 markets along with its lite application in 36+ countries.

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How Many Spotify Playlists Are There?

Spotify’s collection has around 4 billion playlists across all genres. Out of which, over 3000 are curated officially by Spotify.

In the year 2020 alone, the music streaming platform added over 1 billion new playlists.

The top 20 most-followed playlists on the platform are all curated by Spotify, out of which 50% are personalized

Pop music dominates 10 out of the top 20 Spotify playlists, according to the genre.

70% of Spotify’s top 20 most followed playlists are primarily made up of the latest releases.

Below is a list of the top 20 most-followed Spotify playlists as of 2023:

PlaylistFollowers count
Today’s Top Hits33,906,373
Global Top 5017,396,265
¡Viva Latino!14,016,849
Baila Reggaeton10,969,913 
Rock Classics (personalized)11,629,932
All Out 2000s (personalized)10,805,105
Songs to Sing in the Car (personalized)10,437,875
All Out 80s (personalized)10,315,357
Beast Mode (personalized)10,037,388
Chill Hits (personalized)8,703,431
I Love My ’90s Hip-Hop7,882,313
All Out 90s (personalized)7,818,948
lofi hip hop music – beats to relax/study to7,756,521
This Is BTS7,715,919
Mood Booster (personalized)7,519,824
Hot Country7,415,788
Songs to Sing in the Shower 7,387,128 
Esquenta Sertanejo7,347,200
Peaceful Piano7,087,870

How Many Tracks Are Available On Spotify?

Spotify has over 100 million tracks on the platform in 2023.

Spotify anticipates adding 22 million new tunes by the end of the year. That’s almost a track every second!

The Weeknd's Spotify Monthly Listeners

Currently, The Weeknd is the most-streamed artist on Spotify, with over 110.07 million monthly listeners.

RankingArtistMonthly Listeners (Millions)
#1The Weeknd110.07
#2Taylor Swift99.45
#3Bad Bunny80.20
#4Ed Sheeran77.37
#5Dua Lipa77.33
#6Drake 76.14
#8Travis Scott73.97
#9David Guetta72.50
#10Billie Eilish72.29
#11Justin Bieber72.20
#12Miley Cyrus68.68
#13Post Malone66.33
#14Calvin Harris66.28
#15Ariana Grande66.22
#18Post Malone62.26
#19Bruno Mars61.96

Most Popular Artists on Spotify by Follower Count

Ed Sheeran is the most followed person on Spotify, with over 114.60 million followers.

Below are the top 10 popular artists on Spotify based on the number of followers: (All-Time)

#1Ed Sheeran114.60
#2Ariana Grande93.24
#3Arijit Singh87.46
#4Billie Eilish85.35
#5Taylor Swift84.31
#8Justin Bieber73.91
#9Bad Bunny73.45
#10The Weeknd70.47

Most Streamed Songs on Spotify

The Weeknd’s “Blinding Lights” is the most streamed song on Spotify of all time, with 3.764 billion streams.

“Blinding Lights” overtook the long-time top place holder “Shape of you” by Ed Sheeran in January 2023.

Here is a table showing the most streamed songs on Spotify:

RankSongStreams (in billions)Artist
1“Blinding Lights”3.764The Weeknd
2“Shape of You”3.603Ed Sheeran
3“Someone You Loved”2.940Lewis Capaldi
4“Dance Monkey”2.888Tones and I
5“Sunflower”2.876Post Malone and Swae Lee
6“One Dance”2.755Drake featuring Wizkid and Kyla
7“Rockstar”2.754Post Malone ft. 21 Savage
8“Stay”2.720The Kid Laroi and Justin Bieber
9“Believer”2.639Imagine Dragons
10“Starboy”2.633The Weeknd featuring Daft Punk
11“Closer”2.619The Chainsmokers featuring Halsey
12“As It Was”2.615Harry Styles
13“Heat Waves”2.613Glass Animals
14“Perfect”2.605Ed Sheeran
15“Señorita”2.514Shawn Mendes and Camila Cabello
16“Say You Won’t Let Go”2.456James Arthur
17“Lovely”2.406 Billie Eilish and Khalid
18“Watermelon Sugar”2.366Harry Styles
19“Sweather Weather”2.341The Neighbourhood
20“Don’t Start Now”2.337Dua Lipa

Below are the most-streamed artists on Spotify over the years:

Bad Bunny is the most streamed artist on Spotify for the year 2022. Bad Bunny has been the most streamed artist on Spotify for three consecutive years now.

Drake was the most-streamed artist on Spotify for 2 consecutive years, in 2015 and 2016 and then once in 2018. this also brings his tally to being named the most streamed artist on Spotify three times.

Year1st Position2nd Position3rd Position4th Position5th Position
2013Macklemore & Ryan LewisAviciiDaft PunkEminemImagine Dragons
2014Ed Sheeran)EminemColdplayCalvin HarrisKaty Perry
2015Drake Ed SheeranThe WeekndMaroon 5Kanye West
2016Drake Justin BieberRihannaTwenty One PilotsKanye West
2017Ed Sheeran DrakeThe WeekndKendrick LamarThe Chainsmokers
2018Drake Post MaloneXXXTentacionJ BalvinEd Sheeran
2019Post Malone Billie EilishAriana GrandeEd SheeranBad Bunny
2020Bad Bunny DrakeJ BalvinJuice WrldThe Weeknd
2021Bad BunnyTaylor SwiftBTSDrakeJustin Bieber
2022Bad BunnyTaylore SwiftDrakeThe WeekndBTS

Spotify Wrapped Statistics

Spotify successfully launched its 8th annual year-end Spotify Wrapped promotion to consumers in over 180 regions on November 1, 2022.

Millions of active Spotify users accessed 2022 Wrapped.

With approximately over 60 million shares of Wrapped tales and cards, the campaign became a global craze.

Related Reads: How To Check Your 2022 Spotify Wrapped

Here are some hilights from Spotify’s 2022 wrapped:

  • 40,000 artists recorded a thank you message for their fans for the Spotify wrapped 2022 event.
  • Football fans, especially FC Barcelona fans, could enjoy Spotify 2022 Wrapped videos from some of the biggest football players, like Robert Lewandowski, Ansu Fati, Pedri, and Alexia Putellas, as part of the groundbreaking relationship between Spotify and FC Barcelona.
  • Spotify Wrapped in Metaverse! With the introduction of Spotify Island earlier in 2022, Spotify is the first music-streaming company to establish a presence on Roblox. With Spotify Island, they are now bringing Spotify Wrapped to the metaverse for the first time.

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Shedding some light on Spotify’s Workforce

In Q4 2022, Spotify had 10,151 full-time employees. However, in Q1 2023, the number of employees decreased to 9,646. The decline in the workforce is due to Spotify’s decision to lay off 10% of its employees, resulting in approximately 505 people losing their jobs.

Below is the increase in Spotify’s employee strength from 2011 to 2023

YearNumber of employees

As per Spotify, the average yearly salary of an employee in 2019 was €122,814. Since then Spotify’s pay and salary expenditure has climbed by 9.63%.

What Else Is New On Spotify In 2023

During the first quarter, Spotify launched a beta version of A.I. DJ in North America, which uses Spotify’s personalization technology, generative A.I., and realistic A.I. voice from Sonantic. The DJ currently attracts millions of active users each week, accounting for over 25% of user consumption on DJ listening days.

Source: Spotify

Additional 2023 Highlights

Spotify has been rolling out and announcing much new stuff for Artists, Listeners, and Podcasters. Let us have a look at what Spotify is up to in 2023. Slide to see more!

Spotify 2023 Stream On Creator Highlights
New Spotify UI and UX
Spotify Podcasting Features
Spotify New Music Updates

Source: Spotify Shareholder Deck

Acquisitions by Spotify

Spotify revealed that it acquired a couple of platforms in Q1 of 2022, Podsights and Charitable, both are related to podcasting.

Acquisitions By Spotify
  1. Podsights: It is a podcast advertising measurement service that helps advertisers better measure and scales their podcast advertising.
  2. Charitable: It is a podcast advertising measurement service that helps advertisers better measure and scale their podcast advertising.

Spotify made a couple of acquisitions in Q2, 2022 as well. Let us take a look at them:

Spotify Acquisitions Q2, 2022
  1. Findaway: It is a platform that serve writers, publishers, and consumers, Findaway works throughout the audiobook ecosystem. Their technology will aid Spotify’s entry into the audiobooks business.
  2. Sonatic: It is an AI voice platform that generates voices from text. This transaction, which is scheduled to conclude on July 11, 2022, will enable spotify to create new and distinctive experiences for our users, as well as engage them in new and more tailored ways.

Spotify Partnership with FC Barcelona

Spotify is now a proud sponsor of one of the most successful football clubs in the world.

Spotify Partnership With FC Barcelona

Spotify had an agreement with the Spanish football club Barcelona. Under this deal, The Camp Nou stadium is rebranded as Spotify Camp Nou and  Spotify’s name will also appear on both the men’s and women’s teams’ jerseys for the next four seasons, beginning with the 2022/23 season.

How Can You Check Your Personal Spotify Stats (2023 Guide)

After reading all these statistics, wouldn’t it be fun to take a sneak peek into your own Spotify statistics? Well, there are ways through which you can do it.

Checking Spotify Stats on PC or Mac

  1. Tap your user profile name in the app’s top right corner.
  1. From the drop-down option, choose Profile.
  1. Here, you can go through your frequently played artists, tracks, and playlists. You can tap on the “See All” button under any category to see more of the specific stat.

Checking Spotify Stats on Mobile phones

  1. Tap on the settings icon in the top right corner of your mobile application. (it will have a look similar to a gear)
  1. From the drop-down option, choose Profile.
  1. Here, you can go through your frequently played artists, tracks, and playlists. You can tap on the “See All” button under any category to see more of the specific stat.

Checking Spotify stats through Wrapped

Since 2015, Spotify launched its wrapped program for its users in December of each year. In that, users can see their music listening habits and stats for that specific year. You can access the wrapped cards as soon as you enter the mobile or computer application.

It is hard to miss as there are huge banners and cards popping in the app. Be sure to access you’re wrapped this year if you haven’t in previous ones.

Checking Spotify Stats via Third-party applications

Many third-party applications allow you to check your personal Spotify stats. All you have to do is find one such platform that offers this service and sign in to them using your Spotify credentials.

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Conclusion: Spotify Stats 2023

Here it is, all of Spotify since its launch. The data is sourced from multiple sources across the web and might differ but just marginally.

Spotify is set to roll out some exciting features in 2023 for both its users and artists. Look out for them.

Let us know your favorite artists and songs in the comments below. Also, let us know if you have any additional stats about the platform from any other source. We will be happy to update this space. Happy Listening!

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