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Spotify Pie Chart: Discover Your Music Consumption in Colorful Slices

Updated: Jul 17, 2023


Spotify Pie Chart: Discover Your Music Consumption in Colorful Slices (Easy Tutorial) Top genres like k pop, post grunge, Canadian metalcore, and more

Spotify Pie Chart is a third-party service that has gained popularity among Spotify enthusiasts, for it's quick and detailed breakdown of your listening habits.


What is a Spotify Pie Chart?

A Spotify Pie Chart is a third-party service that analyzes your music listening habits on Spotify and generates a visual representation of your music preferences in the form of a pie chart.


The pie chart showcases the artists and genres you’ve been listening to the most, making it an easy and fun way to see what your unique music tastes look like. Each color on the chart represents a different genre, and a legend below helps you identify them all.


Spotify Pie Chart also offers a “Top Tracks” feature, which displays your most played songs. This tool can provide valuable insights into your listening habits and inspire you to explore new music within specific genres or artists.


How do I get my own Spotify Pie Chart?

Here are the step-by-step instructions to generate your own Spotify Pie Chart:

  1. Go to the official Spotify Pie Chart website.

  2. On the website, click on the “Log In To Spotify” button and enter your Spotify login information.

  3. Once you have logged in, Spotify Pie Chart will start analyzing your listening history. This can take anywhere from a few seconds to a few minutes, depending on how much music you’ve listened to on Spotify.

  4. After the analysis is complete, the tool will generate your personalized pie chart. The chart will show the artists and genres you’ve been listening to the most.

  5. You can hover over each section of the pie chart to see more details about the specific artists and genres.

  6. Spotify Pie Chart also offers a “Top Tracks” feature, which displays your most played songs. You can access this feature by clicking on the “Top Tracks” button on the website.

  7. Once you’re done exploring your pie chart and top tracks, you can share your results on social media using the buttons provided on the website.

That’s it! Generating your own Spotify Pie Chart is easy and free.


Accessible on both desktop and mobile devices, the Spotify Pie Chart offers a fun and interactive way to explore your music consumption patterns.


Unfortunately, this tool requires a Spotify account, so Apple Music users will have to watch from sidelines again. Sorry apple listeners!

But those with a Spotify account, feel free to give it a try and see what your unique music tastes look like, with a visual monthly genre pie cooked up for you!


An Example Spotify Pie Chart

Spotify pie chart feature created by social media users
Sharing the new tool, the Spotify pie chart in use

Alternative Tools

What are a few other tools music lovers can use to dissect their listening habits a bit more?


Spotify Wrapped

Enjoy your top songs from your spotify palette

Spotify Wrapped is an official service from Spotify that provides a personalized recap of your music listening habits over the past year. It includes insights such as your top artists, songs, and genres, as well as how many minutes you spent listening to music in total.


Spotify Wrapped is only available once a year, while Spotify Pie Chart can be accessed at any time, and is updated monthly.


Spotify Color Palette

Spotify Color Palette is another third-party service that generates a color palette based on your music listening habits. It analyzes the artwork of the albums and songs you’ve been listening to and generates a color scheme based on the most prevalent colors.


This is a fun way to see what colors are associated with your music preferences.



Spotify Obscurify Rating

Obscurify is another third-party service that analyzes your music listening habits and provides insights into the obscure artists and genres you’ve been listening to, and gives you a ranking on how "obscure" your music taste is.


A personal favorite, the tool also offers a “Discover” feature that suggests new artists and songs based on your listening history.



In Conclusion

This tool for music lovers (and Spotify users) was created by created by University of California, Los Angeles (UCLA) student Darren Huang, and has garnered a lot of interest thanks to social media.


We hope you have fun generating your own Spotify pie chart, feel free to share your own pie chart based on your top artists and top genres with us!


Otherwise, until next time readers!

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