How to Make an Iceberg of Your Favorite Spotify Artists Using Icebergify

Is social media a part of your day? Those strange musical Icebergs have been popping up all over your social media feeds. The fact that you’re not the only one who feels this way is encouraging. These kinds of screenshots have been making the rounds on the internet lately, especially on Twitter.

Icebergify, a website, is responsible for all of the magic.

Icebergify produces an Iceberg of your most-listened-to artists ordered by popularity based on your Spotify listening habits. Are we just starting to get close to the surface of the iceberg? You’ve got your go-to “mainstream” musicians here. Your Beyonces, your Drakes, your Taylor Swifts, etc. The farther you descend, the more esoteric it gets. It’s like this, kind of…

You may go straight to the website to view your own iceberg. Attention: you’ll need to sign in with your Spotify account.

Icebergify was created by Akshay Raj, a Rice University student majoring in Computer & Data Science. There are no intentions to commercialise the site or exploit the data acquired, which is restricted to your username, Spotify account ID, and the top 50 music and artists listened to over the last several years, according to him

How does it all go down, exactly? It’s not difficult at all. This app analyses your most listened to artists and ranks them based on how popular they are. It takes into consideration everything from streams to saves to likes to follows. Beyonce may be on top of your iceberg, while lesser-known musicians are buried far below the surface of your ocean. Also worth noting: Icebergify seems to be flooding the market because of its unexpected success. If it doesn’t work right away, come back later.