Some folks get enthusiastic about the holidays in December. Others focus their enthusiasm on Spotify Wrapped—and that group is much more vocal.
The music streaming service’s annual look again at what you listened to could be a enjoyable wrap-up to a tough 12 months. However it may well additionally expose some truths about your listening habits that you just may not be able to face. And, naturally, that has resulted in an explosion of memes.
Twitter and Instagram are being flooded with folks gleefully sharing their lists (and their disgrace, or satisfaction), in addition to some commentary and snark about the method Spotify chooses to current it. Right here are a few of the finest we’ve seen so far.
spotify the solely tech firm to determine the way to efficiently rebrand “we have been monitoring you” to “is not this FUN”
— Delia Cai (@delia_cai) December 1, 2021
Privateness was on lots of people’s minds. Certain, the Wrapped checklist is a nostalgic journey by the previous 12 months, nevertheless it additionally underscores simply how a lot knowledge the firm gathers on its customers.
you’ll be able to disguise your emotional state from your mates, therapist, even your self. however you can not disguise from spotify.
— emery lord (@emerylord) December 1, 2021
Loads of individuals’s minds…
Not everybody was approaching the situation in a jovial method, both.
The simply copied format of Wrapped has given start to fairly just a few parodies, together with this one about the frustrations of working at dwelling.
Others selected to mix expressing their employment frustrations with a touch of self-loathing.
Wrapped lists not solely separate generations by their musical tastes, additionally they underscore how otherwise folks method issues at this time in comparison with a few years in the past.
— thanos. (@thanosoutdid) December 1, 2021
And, in fact, Taylor Swift was in all places.
i like spotify wrapped as a result of how else would i keep in mind simply how depressed i used to be from january to october
— trish (@ULTRAGLOSS) December 1, 2021
For a lot of, Spotify Wrapped served as a reminder of their musical temper this 12 months—for higher or for worse.