How to find Apple Music Replay

Fun annual feature is not the easiest to find.

For a lot of people, Apple Music Replay is a real highlight.

The year-end roundup tells you your most-played songs, artists, albums and the like over the past 12 months — just like the much-loved Spotify Wrapped.

Unfortunately, my own year-end stats are completely ruined by family members playing abominable music by Whitney Houston and others on our kitchen HomePod. Luckily, there’s a fix (which I’ve yet to implement).

Yet for such a popular feature, Replay is pretty buried in the Apple Music app. Here’s how to dig it up.

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You always have to keep pushing to innovate. Dylan could have sung protest songs forever and probably made a lot of money, but he didn’t. He had to move on, and when he did, by going electric in 1965, he alienated a lot of people. His 1966 Europe tour was his greatest. He would come on and do a set of acoustic guitar, and the audiences loved him. Then he brought out what became The Band, and they would all do an electric set, and the audience sometimes booed. There was one point where he was about to sing “Like a Rolling Stone” and someone from the audience yells “Judas!” And Dylan then says, “Play it fucking loud!” And they did. The Beatles were the same way. They kept evolving, moving, refining their art. That’s what I’ve always tried to do — keep moving. Otherwise, as Dylan says, if you’re not busy being born, you’re busy dying.

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