This has been an exciting year in music with online streamers being exposed to new sounds, languages and genres, on Apple Music. Year-end charts show how Apple Music listeners are influential in making the year a memorable one. —for individuals and the community.
Redesigned Apple Music Replay
The new 2022 features are the perfect year-end experience with more comprehensive music insights and new functions. Including highlight clips tailored for you. Users can explore popular songs, popular albums, popular artists, top genres and much more. Super fans can also see if they’re among the top 100 listeners for their favourite artists or genre.
Listeners can watch their own replays until Dec 31 to see if their listening patterns change before 2023 begins. All insights on Replay are optimised for sharing with family and friends on social channels or on various messaging platforms. To watch Apple Music replay, go to replay.music.apple.com and log in with your Apple ID for Apple Music. Play highlights or scroll the page for more detailed insights. Listen to music until you qualify. Track your eligibility with a personalised progress bar on the Replay website. Playlist and insight eligibility shares the same listening criteria. Once eligible for Replay, visit replay.music.apple.com.
Replay is translated into 39 languages for 169 countries and regions offered by Apple Music. Despite its emphasis on data, Replay maintains Apple’s privacy standards throughout the experience.
Top Chart Insights
Apple Music also released its annual rankings that focuses on the the most popular songs of 2022, the most popular Shazams, the most popular workout songs and the most popular lyrics. In song rankings, including specific genres of music and new artists, who are just stepping into the spotlight.
The Kid Laroi and Justin Bieber ended the year with No.1 on the Billboard Hot 100 Songs of 2022 due to their collaboration song, Stay, which has had 51 days in the top 100 hits worldwide and continues to hold a strong position.
The Kid Laroi and Justin Bieber ended the year with No.1 on the Billboard Hot 100 Songs of 2022 due to their collaboration song, Stay.
Hip hop is still number one on the top charts. There are 32 songs on the charts out of the top 100 songs. It was followed by pop with 23 songs on the chart and R&B/Soul with 11. Latin came in at four with eight and J-pop with six.
The popular song charts was led by We Don’t Talk About Bruno, the theme song from Disney’s Encanto.
The popular song charts was led by We Don’t Talk About Bruno, the theme song from Disney’s Encanto. Meanwhile, Head & Heart by British DJ Joel Corry took the lead in the exercise music charts, which topped the charts in 53 countries. The song that topped the Shazam chart was Cold Heart (PNAU Remix) by Elton John and Dua Lipa, marking the first time Elton John has topped a Shazam global chart.
The song that topped the Shazam chart was Cold Heart (PNAU Remix) by Elton John and Dua Lipa.
Bad Bunny is Apple Music’s 2022 Artist of the Year.
Elsewhere by Bad Bunny is Apple Music’s 2022 Artist of the Year and the first Latin artist to have the biggest album of the year with Un Verano Sin Ti. Just four months after its record-breaking debut, Un Verano Sin Ti became the greatest Latin music album of all time, from all streams. To listen to a list of all songs in Apple Music’s Yearly Popular Songs Chart, visit music.apple.com.