Apple Music 'Replay 2022' Playlist Now Available

Apple today started sharing its "Replay 2022" playlist to Apple Music subscribers. Just like the past few years, this playlist ranks all of the music you've been streaming since the year began, with 100 total tracks in the ranking.

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"Replay 2022" will update every week with the newest order of your most-listened-to tracks. By the time 2022 ends, the playlist provides an overall look at your music history for the year.

Once you've listened to enough music to generate the playlist, you'll find it at the bottom of the Listen Now tab in ‌Apple Music‌ on iOS, iPadOS, and macOS. There's also a more detailed version of the data tracking feature on Apple Music for the web, including most streamed artists and albums, and statistics for detailed play counts and hours listened.

Apple has been making its yearly Replay playlists available since 2019, and it's the company's only offering in terms of a yearly statistic wrap-up. Spotify Wrapped has been dominating this area of the music streaming business for a few years now, mainly thanks to its easily shareable infographics that come out in early December.

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‌Apple Music‌ Replay has the bonus of being available year-round, but the playlist doesn't tend to change much once you get far enough into the year, and Apple still hasn't provided a year-end recap that its subscribers can post to social media platforms.

Head to the ‌‌Apple Music‌‌ app or Apple Music on the web to add the Replay 2022 playlist to your library. If you haven't listened to enough music yet in 2022, the playlist may not appear in your ‌Apple Music‌ app. Once you do listen to more music, you should see your Replay 2022 playlist appear as usual in the Listen Now tab.

Top Rated Comments

mjs916 Avatar
29 months ago

And this is exactly why Apple Music sucks at everything. They can't even integrate this into the app? I would venture to bet less than 1% of their listeners use the webapp, let alone even know it exists.
Am I misreading your reply? Macrumors said “Head to the ‌Apple Music‌ app or Apple Music on the web ('https://beta.music.apple.com/replay')…”

That seems to say it’s integrated into the app, but your reply gives me the impression that it said “Head to Apple Music on the web…”

Help me out, I’m confused?
Score: 7 Votes (Like | Disagree)
mjs916 Avatar
29 months ago

You can add it to the library from the website. I agree, tho, that you shouldn’t have to go to the web version to add it in the first place.
Ok, so a second person also saw that it’s only accessible from the web?

I feel like I’m taking crazy pills! It clearly says Apple Music app OR Apple Music on the web. Right?!?

OK… I had to go check & sure enough in the Listen Now tab, scrolling to the bottom, there are my Replay ‘22 and other year playlists. (My dog listens to a lot of “relax my cat” music. Don’t judge her!)

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Score: 7 Votes (Like | Disagree)
confirmed Avatar
29 months ago
If you’re a parent.. clicking on the Replay 2022 playlist just automatically redirects to the Encanto soundtrack. ?
Score: 7 Votes (Like | Disagree)
JokerPower Avatar
29 months ago

This! If they do this I will literally switch from Spotify.
Why? Spotify is better in many aspects.
Score: 6 Votes (Like | Disagree)
Canubis Avatar
29 months ago
2022 passed quickly…?
Score: 6 Votes (Like | Disagree)
SpringKid Avatar
29 months ago

Ok, so a second person also saw that it’s only accessible from the web?

I feel like I’m taking crazy pills! It clearly says Apple Music app OR Apple Music on the web. Right?!?

OK… I had to go check & sure enough in the Listen Now tab, scrolling to the bottom, there are my Replay ‘22 playlists. (My dog listens to a lot of “relax my cat” music. Don’t judge her!)
I can do it from the app, no problem.
Score: 5 Votes (Like | Disagree)

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