This Spotify tool gives you a color palette based on the artists you listen to

How colorful are your favorite tunes?

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Don't worry, we're not judging your taste in music. The new Spotify Color Palette might be, though! The fun tool analyzes your favorite tracks and presents you with one in five shades based on your go-to tunes. So, what do your hues say about you...and your beloved playlists? (Is it safe to assume that Olivia Rodrigo is responsible for your color findings?)

What is the Spotify Color Palette?

Known as Spotify Palette, the new app hails from developer Israel Medina, who appears to be giving those end-of-year playlists a run for their money. Run your details through the tool, and you'll find some eye-opening results, all through color.

Once you generate a color palette based on your favorite songs, you'll also learn about your soundtrack's average danceability, energy, and valence percentage. 

  • A red palette means that you have mostly energetic songs 
  • A pastel palette means you have a combination of energetic and danceable songs
  • A yellow palette indicates that you have songs with high valence (happy, cheerful songs)
  • An orange palette indicates that you have danceable songs


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How to use the Spotify Palette

Visit spotifypalette.com, plug in your credentials, and then boom! Your results are ready and waiting, and you'll get a sense of what artists and songs influenced your outcome. (It appears the red hue is one of the most common palettes.)

If you're looking for even more spiritual meanings behind your music, you'll certainly want to check out Spotify's Only You for a birth chart reading based on your favorite artists. We have a feeling any information you offer up right now during Leo season will result in bold, confident results. (And likely that bold red palette.)

Test it out and confirm for sure!

Danielle is a writer for woman&home and My Imperfect Life, covering all-things news, lifestyle and entertainment. 


The heart of her time at Future has been devoted to My Imperfect Life, where she's been attuned to the cosmos and honed in on astrology coverage within the Life vertical. She's partial to writing pieces about the next big TV obsession—anyone else impatiently waiting for "Conversations with Friends"—and keeping you up to date on new trends like the latest must-have from Zara. 


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