On December 6th, Spotify served up their annual personalized listener reports titled YOUR 2017 WRAPPED. You can get your report by visiting this website and linking it to your Spotify account. Once linked, these were my highlights:
According to Spotify, the data represents music streamed from January 1, 2017, through November 1, 2017, a period of 305 days or 439,200 minutes. Based on the screen above, I spent 15.6% of that time streaming tunes which breaks down to 27 songs by 12 artists a day. I have no idea why Tom Petty is featured on this page as, despite a solid chunk of listening to his complete discography in the wake of his passing on top of the plays he and the Heartbreakers receive in regular rotation, only one Tom Petty song made My 100 Most Listened To Songs according to Spotify: "You Don't Know How It Feels" is at number 65.
Then Spotify offers up a pop quiz, testing how well you remember what you listened to by selecting 5 artists, 5 songs and 5 genres and asking which artist/song/genre occupied your top spot in those three categories.
The Spotify 2017 Wrapped site then tells you how well you did and offers up a summary screen with your Top 5 in each of the pop quiz categories: Artists, Songs and Genres.
Another screen tells you how many songs you skipped while another screen shows one final summary of your listening for the year while offering no new statistics.
The site also gives you a link to a playlist of your 100 Top songs, as well as another playlist titled The Ones That Got Away featuring 30 songs "handpicked...based on what you love". For whatever reason, that playlist was way off-base as I counted just three songs among the thirty that I would consider listening to more than once and even one of those was already on my Top 100.
Though my 2017 WRAPPED Spotify report said my most listened to song was Clutch's "Electric Worry", my Top Songs 2017 Spotify playlist has Thomas Rhett's "Craving You" as my Number One most listened to song.