How to get your Replay 2020 mix and stats on Apple Music


How to get Apple Music 2020 Replay mix
Find out which artists you've enjoyed most in 2020.
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It’s almost the end of 2020 (hallelujah!) which means it’s time to start looking back at all the things you’ve enjoyed this year. All the vacations, parties, social events … okay, maybe not those things. But what about the music?

If you have Apple Music, it’s easy to check out all the artists, tracks, and albums you’ve enjoyed this year with your 2020 Replay mix. You can even see how long you’ve listened to your favorite artists and played your favorite albums. We’ll show you how!

Apple Music keeps track of everything you listen to. It does that so that it can recommend new artists, albums, and playlists that you might enjoy. It also means that, at the end of the year, you can see detailed stats on your listening habits over the last 12 months.

You also get a Reply mix, filled with all the tracks you’ve listened to the most. Interested? Here’s how you can access it.

Get your 2020 Replay mix on Apple Music

You’ll find your Replay mix on any devices that supports Apple Music — including Android smartphones. Simply follow these steps:

  1. Tap the Listen Now tab inside the Apple Music app, or click the Listen Now option in the sidebar if you’re listening on the web.
  2. Scroll all the way to the bottom of the screen.
  3. Select the Replay 2020 playlist to start listening.

Sadly, you’ll need to visit Apple Music on the web to see your 2020 listening stats. Apple hasn’t made these available inside the Apple Music app for some reason, though you can use mobile Safari.

To see your stats, visit in a compatible browser. You’ll see how many hours of music you’ve listened to, and which artists and albums you’ve enjoyed the most.


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