Find your most listened to tracks on Spotify in 2018 - and get ready to cringe - News Live

Yay, it's that time of year again where Spotify insists on humiliating us with our own music taste. The popular streaming service has launched Spotify Wrapped, a look into the murky depths of your song tastes for the last 12 months.  From that song you play in repeat after a night on the sauce through to the breakup tune you'll never be able to hear again without collapsing in a miserable heap. That's right, it's all here and catalogued in excruciating detail.  The service works by connecting to your Spotify account and checking out your play counts and other details. It's run by Spotify though, so it's perfectly safe to sign in with your account details.  Spotify Wrapped will take you through the first songs you listened to in the year, as well as the first new artist you discovered. It also tells you how many minutes you've listened to over the course of year.  As you'd expect, you'll also find out who your most listened to artist is. Spotify even lets you thank them on Twitter, if you can face the shame as outing yourself as a fan in public. Perhaps next year Spotify could discretely post a thank you note instead.  You'll also get a breakdown of your favourite artists and songs for the whole year. Spotify even breaks down your favourite genres, so expect to see some cheesy pop make an appearance, ready to embarrass you in the office.  Perhaps best of all though is the breakdown of your 100 most played tunes of the year. You can add this to a playlist and enjoy your favourite tunes for years to come. And let's be honest, the Spice Girls will always be a welcome distraction from the horrors of post-Brexit Britain.  Spotify also breaks down how much "non-mainstream" music you play. So if you're tastes are a little eccentric then this is the tidbit to share on Twitter.  And when you're done Spotify will also suggest some new music to try, helping you branch out and discover new acts.  So what was your favourite song of last year, and would you admit to it? Hit the comments below with your confessions and, of course, the blatant lies to appear far cooler than you actually are. Read More Spotify Find your most listened to tracks on Spotify in 2018 - and get ready to cringe - News Live