12 Best Websites to Analyze Your Spotify Data

Tapping into your own Spotify data is like accessing a musical window into your own soul. What genre do you listen to the most? How obscure are your favorite artists? And, wait, you listened to “Alone” by Heart How? ‘Or’ What several times!?

We’ve scoured the corners of the internet and collected our 12 favorite websites that analyze your Spotify data. So if you’re the type who spends your days counting down to Spotify Wrapped or regularly analyzing your listening habits to better understand yourself, you’ll love these nifty tools.

A warning that each of these websites requires you to log in to your Spotify and grant the website access to your Spotify data, and we’ve included instructions at the bottom for how to remove access from each site once that you have tried them.

1. Statistics for Spotify

Stats for Spotify is a classic Spotify data analyzer. It shows you your top tracks, artists, and genres curated over the past four weeks, past six months, and all time. It also shows how your top songs, artists, and genres have changed since the last time you used Stats for Spotify.

2. How bad is your Spotify

How Bad is Your Spotify is an AI that judges your musical tastes. It gained popularity in December 2020 for its sarcastic roastings of users’ listening habits.

Do not judge me.
Credit: Screenshot: How bad is your spotify?

3. Icebergify (aka Spotify Iceberg)

Icebergify grabs the top 50 artists from your short, medium, and long-term listening trends and organizes them by popularity or obscurity. If the artist is super popular (think Beyonce), they will be at the top. But if you listen to a lot of Antichrist Siege Machine, they’ll be closer to the bottom. The tool can also attract musicians that you haven’t listened to in a few months, and if you don’t listen to any artist of a certain popularity level, the level will appear empty.

Three Spotify Icebergs from three of our employees, in shades of blue.

Three very brave Mashable staff members (Christianna Silva, Crystal Bell, Tim Marcin) share their iceberg results.
Credit: sharing their iceberg results Credit: Screenshot / Icebergify / Christianna Silva, Crystal Bell, Tim Marcin

4. Darken

Like Icebergify, Obscurify tells you how obscure the music you’re listening to is compared to other Obscurify users. It will also show you your top five dark artists and rate how happy, danceable and energetic your music is compared to other users.

“Cook your monthly gender pie” with this website created by UCLA student Darren Huang. Spotify Pie analyzes your Spotify listening and organizes it into a highly shareable pie chart of all the genres you’ve listened to in the last month. Below the chart, the website also reveals your most streamed genres and top artists of the month.

A colorful pie chart with pop as the biggest chunk

Credit: Spotify Pie

A list of artists, with Taylor Swift and Harry Styles at the top.

Credit: Spotify Pie

6. Zodiacal Affinity

If you’re an astrology fan, you’ll enjoy Zodiac Affinity. It picks five of your favorite songs that fit different star signs and we honestly have no idea what the criteria are here.

7. Find out quickly

Discover quickly sorts your playlists, top songs, and top artists by different criteria, such as popularity and dance. It also lists all of Spotify’s crazy specific genres such as “deep metalcore”, “acid house”, and “charred death”. The tool will create a playlist of such genre for you or can generate a playlist of songs of a random genre.


MusicScape generates a landscape based on the tracks you’ve recently listened to, taking into account their mood, mode, energy and tonality to create something unique to your sound palette.

A landscape with purple skies, bright yellow sun and muted yellow land.

What does your musicScape sound like?
Credit: Screenshot: musicscape

9. MusicTaste.Space

MusicTaste.Space is fun because it lets you compare your listening with another Spotify user. Just send a friend the link on the homepage and they’ll show you all the overlap between your top songs and top artists.

10. Received

Receiptify turns your favorite songs into a nice little receipt of your musical tastes. Choose your best tracks from the last month, the last six months or all time.

Receiptify looks like a scan of a crumpled receipt, except the items are songs,

Receiptify gives you an Insta Story-ready list of your top songs.
Credit: screenshot: Receiptify

11. How NPRcore are you

How NPRcore are you analyzing how closely your musical tastes align with NPR music. Pick a time period and this tool will tell you what percentage of NPRcore you are or which of your top tracks and artists are more NPRcore/

12. Edit

Moodify creates AI-generated playlists based on the mood of the song you’re currently listening to.

How to unlink your Spotify

Once you’ve had fun browsing through your data, you can easily unlink your account from each site by going to the Spotify app settings and selecting “Remove Access”.

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