Spotify can tell you more about your friends than your friends can.
Sometime soon, Spotify will release “2022 Wrapped,” this year’s report on your favorite genres, artists, and songs.  Especially for those of us who struggle to describe the type of music we like, Spotify’s data mining puts into words what we could only feel in the varied anatomy of our ears (such as the snare (eardrum) and the conch shell (cochlea)). Your “Wrap” is an opportunity to share and compare with others, and even compete for the most listening time.
Allowing Spotify to systematically collect each precious datum of my very existence and otherwise pervade my privacy is all worth it for the fun and colorful slideshow I get each year. For me, the trends justify the means, which is why opting into Spotify is a decision I’m going to (say it with me now) keep! on! making!
Take this chance to understand your friends and Facebook followers better. I’m going to make some stereotype-based, generalization-driven statements that will help you get to know the personality behind the musicality. I browsed the most popular genres on Spotify and selected a few to talk about.  They’re in alphabetic order, so that’s a win for all you type A, ENFJ