Ever wondered what a playlist based on your horoscope would look like? That’s exactly what Spotify’s Zodiac Affinity is for. As listeners start accessing their Spotify Wrapped 2020, many have also been sharing their Zodiac Affinity reviews. We take a look at where to find your top astrologically curated tunes.
What is Zodiac Affinity on Spotify?
Zodiac Affinity is a playlist, or top tracks generator based, on your Spotify listening habits and your astrological sign. The tool was created by Javier Blázquez, Lucas Aranda and María Artalejo.
By signing into your Spotify account on the website and selecting your star sign the site will suggest your top five tracks based on astrology and data. You can also choose different star signs if you’re interested in what songs have, say, an Aries or Scorpio energy.
However, it is not clear exactly how these specific songs are chosen.
Unfortunately, the astrological playlist is not part of Spotify Wrapped 2020, which means you have to access it through another website.
“You can use them for inspiration, reflection, or for your own personal dance party. Your written monthly horoscopes are published on the playlists too: look for a pop-up window when you open the playlist on your mobile phone.”
Where to access Zodiac Affinity
As Zodiac Affinity is not a direct part of the Spotify App you can access it through the website here. Or simply search Spotify Zodiac Affinity into any search engine.
Many fans on Twitter felt the zodiac playlist was very accurate.
Others are wishing they had access to this new feature.
This past weekend, Twitter users have started sharing their zodiac-based Spotify playlists and the results are…delightful.
We can’t wait to find out exactly what our star sign has is store for us.
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