Spotify fans are no strangers to fun features dissecting their listening habits - and now you can analyse your 'Hot 10'.

It all started with Spotify Wrapped - the annual rundown of your favourite the songs, artists and podcasts from the past year with many listeners often sharing their results all over social media.

Since then, third parties have been jumping in on the trend with their own individualised breakdowns of their Spotify stats - so now you don't have to wait until the end of the year for yours. 

Users can access various third-party features and see their stats as pie charts, festival line-ups, icebergs and more.

There was even a trend where an AI chatbot could 'Judge My Spotify' and it didn't hold back.

Here's how you can see your Hot 10 and how to share your results with the internet.

How to use My Hot 10  for Spotify

All you need to do to to access your personalised 'My Hot 10' is to log in with your Spotify account via the My Hot 10 website.

If you are a user, you can also see your stats by entering your username.

Once you've given the third-party feature permission to access your data, you'll be able to see your own recent top 10 songs and artists.

You can save the image directly to your device and then upload and share to your chosen platform.

Users have been sharing their top ten 'hottest' or most streamed songs across various platforms, including Elon Musk's X.

One listener shared their results, writing: " expose ur hot 10 (ive been STREAMING, Sabrina will be all over my spotify wrapped!!!) ps. y'all should listen to Ryan Beatty u won't regret it!!!"

Another person posted on X: "SHOCK! by Ayase is now #1!!!! My favorite song!! 3 songs - Regine Velasquez, Nicki Minaj 1 song - Superfruit, Ayase, Lady Gaga & Ariana Grande, Doja Cat, Lil Wayne, and Drake."

A third said: "My last Hot 10 on Spotify are almost all Kang Daniel's song Weirdly it didn't add Paranoia."

Spotify Wrapped 2023 predictions

As fans use My Hot 10 Spotify to predict their individual Spotify Wrapped this year, which songs and artists will dominate the charts worldwide?

Artists like Bad Bunny, Taylor Swift, Drake, The Weeknd and BTS dominated Wrapped 2022 but will they be the most streamed this year?

The team at Slingo has reviewed the number of times 2023’s most popular songs feature in Spotify user playlists to predict which tracks will top the 2023 Wrapped charts.

There are actually two songs that are tied as most likely to appear on Spotify’s Wrapped this year.

The two dance tracks, 'I’m Good (Blue)’ by David Guetta and ‘(It Goes Like) Nanana - Edit’ by Peggy Gou feature in 130 playlists.

Meanwhile, ‘Miracle’ by Calvin Harris and Ellie Goulding is predicted to be the third most popular track on Spotify in 2023, appearing in 108 playlists.

The DJ-pop star pairing released their 90s-inspired anthem in March and it has gone on to spend eight weeks at number one on the UK charts.

Other songs featured on the list include Dua Lipa’s ‘Dance The Night’ in fourth place, featuring in 94 public playlists and Baby Don't Hurt Me by David Guetta, following close behind on 92 playlists.

Slingo's research also found that four Calvin Harris hits feature in the top 50 most featured songs in Spotify user playlists, which is more than any other artist.

His hit songs Miracle (ft Ellie Goulding), Desire (ft Sam Smith), One Kiss (ft Dua Lipa) and Summer rank 3rd, 8th, 28th and 45th respectively for a number of playlist appearances.

On top of that, three songs from the Barbie soundtrack are predicted to be named amongst the top 50 most popular Spotify songs of 2023.

The tracks include Dua Lipa’s ‘Dance The Night’, Billie Eilish’s ‘What Was I Made For?’ and Nicki Minaj’s 'Barbie World'.