Spotify has launched a new playlist called Your Summer Rewind. Which, as the name suggests, is designed to transport you back to summers long gone. Essentially, Spotify knows what you listen to in summer, and has compiled these songs into a playlist.
Your Summer Rewind isn’t completely new. Spotify first launched Your Summer Rewind in June 2017, reminding listeners of previous summers. And now, in 2020, it’s back, with Spotify describing the playlist as “a new playlist featuring your old summer favorites.”
Your Summer Rewind is full of songs you have listened to on Spotify in previous summers. They may not be summery songs, but you happen to like listening to them in summer. Mine includes songs from bands I have seen in the summer and songs I play while camping.
You should find Your Summer Rewind on the homepage of the Spotify app. As with all of Spotify’s algorithmically produced playlists, it will be waiting for you in the “Made for [Your Name]” section. That is at least if you’re in the Northern Hemisphere.
Visit summers past, present, and future with our Songs of Summer 2020 predictions, Your Summer Rewind, and more.??https://t.co/xYaI1heMrs
— Spotify News (@SpotifyNews) June 23, 2020
As well as Your Summer Rewind, Spotify has revealed its 2020 Songs of Summer predictions. These are the songs the streaming service thinks will soundtrack summer 2020. Even though the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic may stifle many people’s plans.
Spotify’s predictions for summer 2020 include new songs such as ROCKSTAR by DaBaby, feat. Roddy Ricch and Savage Remix by Megan Thee Stallion, feat. Beyoncé. Plus old songs such as This Is America by Childish Gambino and Alright by Kendrick Lamar.
You’ll find all of these and more on Spotify’s Summer Hub.
Given everything that’s been happening in the world of late, it’s easy to forget that we’re heading into summer in the Northern Hemisphere. However, Spotify’s Your Summer Rewind and Songs of Summer playlists should evoke memories old and new of this time of year.
And if you prefer podcasts to music, you should check out Spotify’s Podcast Playlists .
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