Apple Music has launched it's new "apple music replay" feature
Apple recently unveiled a new feature in Apple Music, titled "Apple Music Replay." The feature shows up as a banner at the top of the Apple Music app titled "'19 REPLAY", and will allow users to view their top played songs of the year in a single playlist, as well as show users their most played song of every year since 2015 when Apple Music launched. The playlists will auto-update throughout the year, as the service is available year-round. This means that you can't save playlists for every year like you can in Spotify.
Spotify, Apple Music's direct competitor, has had a feature titled "Wrapped" that has been around since 2017, and is a bundle of playlists and statistics that allow you to view your most listened to songs, artists, and genres, and also allows you to save the playlists and listen to them at any time. The "Wrapped" playlists generate at the end of every year. Unlike Apple Music, you can save Spotify "Wrapped" playlists separate every year and go back and listen to them individually.
Both services are totally free with a subscription to the services.