Spotify users can't get enough of the musical palette that captures their tastes in the most colourful way. 

The platform - which is linked to the popular music and podcast streaming site - was created by US Software Developer, Israel Medina.

Similar to Spotify's own Wrapped feature, the website looks at your listening history but rather than having to wait a year, you can do it right now and see your tastes from the last six months. 

Here's everything you need to know and how you can paint a musical colour palette of your own.

What is Spotify Palette?

As mentioned, the website analyses your top tracks over the past six months and generates a personalised colour palette based on your listening habits.

You can see a rundown of which artists and songs influenced your palette and what colours are associated with the top 15 tracks you have on repeat.

The feature also generates beautiful images on the same colour palette from Google's Art and Culture database in case you are planning on doing some redecorating!

The algorithm also takes into account each song's danceability, valence or positivity, energy and gives you a percentage result for each.

For example, a red palette symbolises energy, passion or desire and can also be associated with energy.

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How to create a Spotify Colour Palette

  1. Log into your Spotify account on:
  2. The page will then do the analysis for you, producing your colour palette and explaining what it means
  3. You can see the further results ( your top songs and their colours and the images related to your palette) on other tabs from the blue menu button in the bottom left of the screen
  4. If you want to share on social media, as many fans do, you will need to do this manually by screenshotting your results as there is not a feature to do this through the platform