This is the first in a set of three end-of-year 2022 music stats posts. Going with songs first, followed by top artists, then top albums. I keep track of every track and podcast episode I listen to on all digital platforms, including Itunes, Spotify, and YouTube. by way of Last.fm scrobbling. This is a list of the songs I listened to the most.

*A complete Spotify playlist of my top 50+ songs of the year can be found at the end of the post.*

1. “The Mirror” – Zecrio (23 Listens)

“You ask me
‘How do you last this long?’
‘Where did you come from?
‘”


2. “Magic” – J’Moris (20 Listens)


3. “De-Evolution” – Grant Boyer (18 Listens)

“My brain’s a phantom limb and you can take me anywhere”


4. “Nothing Good Comes Easy” – Felix Cartel, Elohim (14 Listens)

“When your heart fills your mind with perfection
It never ends up how you expected”


5. “Speak the Language” – Saynave (14 Listens)

“Ninapenda pesa (o yea)
I’m a paper chaser (I get it)
I got fancy neighbors (I got em)
You might owe me favors (okay)
Money mi amor may I have some more (have some more)
If you speak the language you can open doors (open doors)”


6. “When You Feel Like This” – Hermitude, The Jungle Giants (13 Listens)

“Everything that you do I like
There’s nothing left for us to find out”


7. “Lumberjack Beards (Intro)” – Busty and the Bass (12 Listens)


8. “i hope you make it out alive” – Mild Child (12 Listens)


9. “Rebel Phase” – The Prairie States (12 Listens)

“There’s horizons left to ride into
Tried changing, but there ain’t no use
And I’m sunset bound”


10. “Broken Stiletto” – Zecrio (12 Listens)

“If your neck hurts, use your wrist then
If your back hurts, take your pills then”


Published by Jessica M. DeWitt

Dr. Jessica M. DeWitt is an environmental historian of Canada and the United States. She is passionate about the use of digital technologies to bridge the gap between the public and researchers. In addition to her community and professional work, she offers various editing and social media consultancy services.

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