Most of us are aware of Spotify Wrapped, the company’s year-end review feature that highlights the top songs, artists, and genres you have listened to in the past year. While we are still months away from Spotify Wrapped 2022, a new trend has gone viral on social media and it sees users sharing a pie chart of your top Spotify genres and artists. In this article, we will take a look at how you can generate your Spotify pie chart and see your top music genres and artists.
Check Your Spotify Pie Chart (2022)
1. Visit the Spotify Pie website on Github here and click the green “Login to Spotify” button to sign in with your Spotify account.
2. When the login screen appears, enter your Spotify username and password and click the “Log In” button to sign in to your account.
3. When you get the permission request prompt, click the “Agree” button to continue. This is required for the service to access your Spotify listening activity. You can visit Spotify’s connected apps page to revoke this permission later.
4. Spotify Pie will now generate a pie chart featuring your top music genres along with the top artists in those genres. Scrolling down on the website reveals a list of your top artists across genres. You can check out my pie chart right here:
I tried Spotify Pie on my account and liked the pie representation of my favorite genres. However, I think it would have been great if the website had a native way to share the charts. At the moment, you will have to take a screenshot to share your stats. That minor inconvenience aside, Spotify Pie is a convenient tool to find and share your favorite artists and genres with friends.
See Your Spotify Stats in a Pie Chart
So, those are the steps you need to follow to see and share your Spotify pie chart. While this is a cool way to visualize your listening activity on Spotify, it is not the only way out there. In fact, you can check out our list detailing eight ways to check Spotify stats. And for more such tips, do not forget to take a look at our best Spotify tips and tricks.
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