It’s that time of year again. Apple Music made Replay 2023 most-streamed playlists available Monday to anyone who’s listened to enough music in January to have one.
It may be something you associate with the end of a year — Spotify Wrapped comes out only in December, for example. But Apple Music opens up access early with updates on Sundays so you can track your hit list and more continuously, plus a year-end recap.
Apple Music Replay 2023 playlists now available
As of Monday you can go into Apple Music to see your most-streamed music — if you’ve streamed enough music so far to have a list. By year’s end, your list will feature your top 100 tracks and plenty of other details. Apple Music has been offering Replay lists for several years.
When you’ve done enough streaming for a list to generate, you will see it at the bottom of the Listen Now tab in Apple Music wherever you use it (macOS, iPadOS, iOS). You can add it to your Library there or via the website below.
Use the website for more details
You can see more details on the dedicated Apple Music Replay 2023 website than you can in Listen Now, at least at this early point in the year. The web version breaks down your streaming by hours listened as well as top albums and artists, according to MacRumors.
If you’re not seeing your Replay 2023 list in Listen Now yet on a device, just keep listening. It should show up soon.
Read more in our late-2022 how-to article: “How to find your tunes and artists from 2022 with redesigned Apple Music Replay”