This Twitter Account Documenting The Weirdest Playlists On Spotify Proves The Platform Is A Hidden Comedy Goldmine

weird Spotify playlists twitter account


  • A Twitter account devoted to documenting the strangest playlists on Spotify proves the platform is home to some comedy gold
  • “Weird Spotify Playlists” is filled to the brim with collections of songs assembled by some truly brilliant minds
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You could argue that the ability to interact with other users on Spotify means it could be described as “social media,” but I’d counter that it doesn’t qualify because it lacks the one essential element that unites every platform that fits that definition: being able to issue death threats to total strangers under the veil of anonymity.

Twitter, on the other hand, definitely checks that box. However, I’m personally willing to stomach its inherently toxic nature courtesy of the enjoyment I’ve derived from the Tremendous Content produced by the hilarious creative minds behind the accounts that make dealing with the angry randos who hop into my mentions worth it.

Now, I can add a new member to those ranks in the form of @weirdspotify, which was created earlier this month to highlight the many Spotify playlists that prove the music streaming service is filled to the brim with some absolutely stellar comedy if you look hard enough.

Thankfully, the person behind Weird Spotify Playlists has been kind enough to do the bulk of the legwork for the rest of us. If you don’t give it an instant follow after taking a look at the absurd collections of songs it’s been documenting for posterity, I pity you for having to go through life with a broken sense of humor.

The world is the weirdest place in the world.

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Connor Toole is the Deputy Editor at BroBible. He is a New England native who went to Boston College and currently resides in Brooklyn, NY. Frequently described as "freakishly tall," he once used his 6'10" frame to sneak in the NBA Draft and convince people he was a member of the Utah Jazz.