Last.fm Year 2022 brings yearly Spotify-like Wrapped for music stats; unofficial Musicorum Rewind tool plagued with errors
Last.fm employs the ‘Audioscrobbler’ music recommender system, which creates a complete profile of each user’s musical taste by collecting information on the tracks the user listens to.
This data is delivered to the Last.fm database either through the music player (Spotify, Tidal, and SoundCloud) or through a plug-in installed in the user’s music player.
Last.fm Year 2022 yearly Spotify-like Wrapped
Last.fm has announced the release of Wrapped for music statistics, similar to Spotify. Some have confirmed that they have already received it (1,2,3,4,5,6). Check it out in video form.
This is a very wonderful addition by Last.fm, and some users have appreciated it so much that they believe it is better than what Spotify managed.
However, some people are questioning where their review is because they have yet to see it appear on their accounts (1,2,3). This might be because the developers decided to release it in stages.
Musicorum Rewind 2022 (an unofficial Last.fm year review tool) comes back this year, albeit a short delay. They have been grappled with an issue where users continue to receive various error messages (1,2,3).
According to the affected users, whenever they attempt to create a Last.fm Wrapped, they receive an error message and their request is denied.
Some of the error messages include ‘TypeError: Load failed’ or ‘TypeError: Cannot read properties of undefined (reading ‘toLowerCase’)’ or ‘The operation is insecure error’ on Firefox.
Last.fm users who are fans of this tool are frustrated since they are unable to check their music statistics as a result of this issue.
I get “TypeError: Load failed” with MusRewind every time. Safari. Tried to use Firefox but the same error. : /
Trying to get my 2022 wrapped on http://musc.pw/rewind 3 and I keep getting “TypeError: undefined is not an object (evaluating ‘$.toLowerCase’)“ when putting in my username. I’ve tried inputting it several different ways, but nothing works.
Musicorum developers have acknowledged that their tool is facing some issues and that they are working on a fix. For now, users need to avoid using the Firefox browser:
That said, we will keep an eye on the latest development regarding these issues and update this article. So, stay tuned to PiunikaWeb.
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