We’re inching towards the year-end. And, Spotify has a gift— at least somewhat—for all its users world over. The popular music streaming website now enables people to access a collated list of their own top songs of 2019. Now, that’s literally taking things up a notch, as users were gushing over for being able to discover the most streamed songs of the decade just last week.

For the uninitiated, here’s what you need to do, just in case you wish to make use of the latest tool.Log on to the Spotify Wrapped site, and click on a little featured section on the homepage. You’ll find your “Top Songs” there. Aside from giving you a wave of nostalgia, if things turned out to be a lot different than how it was at the start, the list will also help you discover what genre dominated your playlists all year round.

You may even log onto the App and click on the “Wrapped 2019” tab in pink. Indeed, this can be embarrassing if you haven’t been very mindful of what you chose to stream on loop in Spotify. But if you’ve made some really good (music) choices, you can even share the results on your social media.

Spotify_Wrapped_Consumer_PR_03_Decade_Hmpg Spotify Wrapped 2019 can be uploaded to your Instagram story. Spotify

And that’s not all. In addition to viewing data about individual tracks, users can check out what genres they’ve been listening to all year long, how much time was spent streaming, and the like.

In keeping with its annual tradition of dropping listening statistics; Spotify dropped its volley of artists who made it to the top this decade, globally. Drake, who released 179 songs on Spotify, made it as the most-streamed artist of the decade. Just in case you’ve been wondering about who the top female artists of the decade were, here’s the list – Ariana Grande, Rihanna, Taylor Swift, Sia, and Beyoncé. 

The most-streamed tracks of the decade are “Shape of You” by Ed Sheeran, “One Dance” by Drake, Kyla, and WizKid, “Rockstar (feat. 21 Savage)” by 21 Savage and Post Malone, “Closer” by Halsey and The Chainsmokers and “Thinking Out Loud” by Ed Sheeran. The top male artists of the decade were Drake, Ed Sheeran, Post Malone, Eminem, and The Weeknd.