If you have a Spotify account, there's a good chance you have taken the yearly musical trip back over the year to discover your year in review. "Wrapped" is a feature that Spotify puts on all users accounts towards the end of each year, letting them know of their top songs, artist, types of music, and other fun facts.

How about if the state of Maine had its own Wrapped? Well, we do now. These are the top songs and artists that were streamed over the past year in Maine as a whole.

Maine’s Top Artists of 2023 on Spotify:

10. Noah Kahan

9.   21 Savage

8.   $Suicideboy$

7.   Kanye West

6.   Luke Combs

5.   Juice WRLD

4.   Zach Bryan

3.   Drake

2.   Morgan Wallen

1.   Taylor Swift

If Maine's top artist was not Taylor Swift, it would probably be weird. She's all over the radio, she had the biggest tour of the year, and somehow became one of the main focuses at certain football games over the last several months in the midst of her relationship with Kansas City Chiefs tight end, Travis Kelce. Let's be honest, she's likely the top artist in the majority of the states.

Love it or hate, country music is hot right now. So hot that it made a big splash on pop radio in 2023 with huge hits like Luke Combs' cover of Tracy Chapman's "Fast Car", Zach Bryan's duet with Kacey Musgraves "I Remember Everything" and the #1 most streamed song of the year in Maine, "Last Night" by Morgan Wallen, who also had two other songs in the top 10.

Maine’s Top Songs of 2023 on Spotify:

10. Ice Spice & PinkPantheress - "Boy's a Liar Pt. 2

9.   Taylor Swift - "Anti-Hero"

8.   Morgan Wallen - "Wasted on You"

7.   Luke Combs - "Fast Car"

6.   Taylor Swift - "Cruel Summer"

5.   Morgan Wallen - "You Proof"

4.   Miley Cyrus - "Flowers"

3.   SZA - "Kill Bill"

2.   Zach Bryan - "Something in the Orange"

1.   Morgan Wallen - "Last Night"

As unique as Maine is, turns out we share a lot of the same music tastes as the rest of the country.

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