The top song on Apple Music in 2022 was Kid LAROI and Justin Bieber's STAY, according to the music streaming service's year-end charts. The 2021 single has stayed in the Daily Top 100 throughout 2022, and has spent 51 days in the number one spot. 
  • Other top songs include As It Was by Harry Styles, Wait For U by Future featuring Drake and Tems, Super Gremlin by Kodak Black, Easy on Me by Adele, and Heat Wave by Glass Animals. 
  • The top genre was hip-hop, contributing 32 of the top 100 songs. Pop came second with 23 songs, and R&B/Soul in third with 11 songs. 
  • Under Most Read Lyrics chart, We Don't Talk About Bruno from Disney's Encanto topped the list. Twenty-nine of the top 100 were non-English songs. 
  • The song that got discovered the most times on Shazam was Cold Heart (PNAU Remix) by Elton John and Dua Lipa. 
Apple Music is also launching a redesigned version of its Replay feature, Apple's answer to Spotify's Wrapped playlist, which provides users with real-time data on their listening habits. 
"When we first launched Replay, the feature became an instant fan favorite on Apple Music, and we really wanted to develop the experience further and make it even more special, personal, and unique for subscribers," said Oliver Schusser, vice president of Apple Music and Beats. 
Apple noted that, unlike Spotify, users' listening data will not be shared with third parties. 
"Despite the emphasis on data, Replay maintains Apple's standard privacy throughout the experience," the company wrote in a blog post about the feature. "An individual user's insights are never shared, sold, or used in any marketing materials." 
However, users can share their Replay data at their discretion. The company said Replay insights are optimized for sharing on social media and messaging channels. 
Speaking of Spotify, the service has yet to release its 2022 Wrapped round-up, though it's expected to drop soon
Pandora released its top tracks on Tuesday as well, and Wait For U by Future and featuring Drake and Tems was its top track.