Forgotify is a fun site that lets you discover songs with 0 Spotify streams
Some people are happy to listen to the same radio station or playlist over and over again every time they go for a run or jump in the car. Others – myself included – prefer to discover new music every week, which makes my Spotify subscription worth the price of admission. But even my Discover Weekly playlist often fills up with songs I’ve heard before, which is why the website Forgotten It’s been a bookmark in my browser for almost ten years now.
We actually included Forgotify in our list of 8 amazing websites you didn’t know existed all the way back in 2015. Eight years later, the website is still going strong and could arguably more useful today, as millions of new songs have been uploaded since then.
As the clever name suggests, Forgotify is a website that surfaces songs on Spotify that “have only been played partially or not at all.” When you visit the website, click the “Start Listening” button in the middle of the page, and Forgotify will find a song that no one has listened to all the way through. You can only listen to a preview on Forgotify, but if you have Spotify Premium, you can click the Spotify icon in the corner of the widget to play the full song.
Admittedly, the hidden gems are few, but I have found some truly wild tunes while exploring the depths of Spotify’s library. While writing this article, I discovered a few songs that I would never have heard otherwise, including a particularly junty folk song from JD & The Longfellows, who have two monthly listeners, according to Spotify.
If you’re looking for a new internet pastime, you could do a lot worse than Forgotify. And who knows – maybe you’ll get lucky and find your next favorite artist while trawling Spotify’s unplayed songs for a few hours.
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