It's that time of year.
Some hate it, most love it.
We're not talking about Christmas or the Summer Holidays, we are of course talking about the phenomenon taking over Instagram Stories everywhere.
It's Spotify Wrapped week!
Our nib Newcastle Knights have returned their results, with everything from Justin Bieber to DaBaby and all the way through to some Aussie EDM kings featuring in their playlists this year.
Let's see what the boys have been listening to!
Coming in at No.1 for the man known as 'KP' was none other than Justin Bieber, who released his new album 'Changes' in February.
Ponga spent a mammoth 55,644 minutes listening to mostly pop music, and has also been treating some Jack Harlow, DaBaby, Drake and Khalid.
Harlow's WHATS POPPIN was Ponga's most listened to track this year.
Young gun Tex Hoy was the next to post his top tracks, having spent 33,682 minutes listening to his tunes.
Hoy's top genre was Electronic Dance Music, with Aussie producer Flume (Best known for tracks such as Never Be Like You and Rushing Back) his top pick.
US-based trap lords 4B and NGHTMRE also featured heavily, while Drake and veteran Aussie beat-makers Hermitude rounded out his top five.
DNMO's remix of Zeds Dead track Neck and Neck was Hoy's most played song this year.
While Hunt didn't share his full stats, we did get a slight insight into whats been wiggling into his ears this year.
His top track was My Uso by Ezra James, Amu Tha MC and Lawd Lance.
Spending a staggering 99,726 minutes on the streaming service, you could say the young winger has been busy on Spotify this year.
It seems most of the near-100,000 minutes was spent listening to rap music, with American artist Pop Smoke his top artist for 2020.
Drake makes another appearance at No.2, while Roddy Ricch, Polo G and The Weeknd also topping up in his top five.
The rap theme (obviously) continues in his top songs, with Pop Smoke track Enjoy Yourself is No.1 tune.
Coming in at 52,099 minutes, Crossland was another player who treated the rap genre most in 2020.
In a similar top five to Ponga, Crossland has been listening to plenty of Drake and DaBaby, while Lil Baby and Young Thug also featured highly.
However, his No.1 artist pick was reserved for US rapper Gunna, who's track WUNNA was Crossland's most played song.
Only sharing his top artists, Shibasaki has also been favouring the rap genre over all others.
The towering young centre was all about the late 2Pac, while Chris Brown, Tory Lane and YG also featured heavily in his playlists this year.
Unsurprisingly, Canadian rapper, singer, songwriter, actor, and entrepreneur Drake rounded out yet another top five.