It's almost time for Spotify's annual present to music lovers but which songs are set to dominate Wrapped 2023?

The ultimate test of our tastes, Spotify rounds up its listeners' year in music and podcasts, individually and around the world.

The music streaming app has delighted fans with individualised breakdowns for a few years now with last year's bringing an overview of your top genres, songs, and artists as well as a unique magazine and listening personality.

Artists like Bad Bunny, Taylor Swift, Drake, The Weeknd and BTS dominated Wrapped 2022 but which songs and artists will be the most streamed this year?

The team at Slingo has reviewed the number of times 2023’s most popular songs feature in Spotify user playlists to predict which tracks will top the 2023 Wrapped charts.

10 songs predicted to dominate Spotify Wrapped 2023

There are actually two songs that are tied as most likely to appear on Spotify’s Wrapped this year.

The two dance tracks, 'I’m Good (Blue)’ by David Guetta and ‘(It Goes Like) Nanana - Edit’ by Peggy Gou feature in 130 playlists.

Meanwhile, ‘Miracle’ by Calvin Harris and Ellie Goulding is predicted to be the third most popular track on Spotify in 2023, appearing in 108 playlists.

The DJ-pop star pairing released their 90s-inspired anthem in March and it has gone on to spend eight weeks at number one on the UK charts.

Other songs featured on the list include Dua Lipa’s ‘Dance The Night’ in fourth place, featuring in 94 public playlists and Baby Don't Hurt Me by David Guetta, following close behind on 92 playlists.

Slingo's research also found that four Calvin Harris hits feature in the top 50 most featured songs in Spotify user playlists, which is more than any other artist.

His hit songs Miracle (ft Ellie Goulding), Desire (ft Sam Smith), One Kiss (ft Dua Lipa) and Summer rank 3rd, 8th, 28th and 45th respectively for a number of playlist appearances.

On top of that, three songs from the Barbie soundtrack are predicted to be named amongst the top 50 most popular Spotify songs of 2023.

The tracks include Dua Lipa’s ‘Dance The Night’, Billie Eilish’s ‘What Was I Made For?’ and Nicki Minaj’s 'Barbie World'.