YouTube Music has began exhibiting an auto-generated playlist titled ‘My 2020 Year in Review’ that options the songs you have listened to essentially the most throughout the 12 months. The new replace appears fairly much like Spotify’s 2020 Wrapped and Apple Music’s Replay. In addition to the customized playlist, YouTube Music additionally options distinct playlists exhibiting the highest songs of the 12 months. These embody high rock, R&B, nation, pop, and indie songs of 2020. The Year in Review in addition to the highest songs of 2020 playlists seem within the Home tab of the YouTube Music app.
The My 2020 Year in Review playlist started to appear for some customers in November, although it has now been rolled out extra extensively, as reported by Abner Li of 9to5Google. You can search for it within the Home feed of your YouTube Music app. Alternatively, you possibly can find it online as nicely.
Songs featured within the ‘My 2020 Year in Review’ playlist are apparently not organized based on the variety of instances you performed a selected track. Also, the variety of songs included appears to differ between 80 and 100 for various customers.
YouTube Music allows you to obtain your ‘Year in Review’ playlist for offline playback. However, you possibly can’t share it with your pals or edit the track order as per your desire.
Similar to YouTube Music, Spotify launched its 2020 Wrapped earlier this week to let customers recap their listening historical past for the 12 months. Apple Music additionally has Replay that encompasses a assortment of the most-played artists, songs, and albums.
Alongside the Year in Review playlist, YouTube Music is exhibiting ‘Top Songs of 2020’ playlist to allow you to take heed to the preferred tracks of the 12 months. There are additionally playlists for rock, R&B, nation, pop, and indie songs of 2020.
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