heardle: Heardle, January 3: Hints, solution for today’s music puzzle

heardle: Heardle, January 3: Hints, solution for today's music puzzle

Another day offers another exciting Heardle challenge for music fans all around the world. It allows you to continue your great winning run in the game while also allowing you to unwind before taking on the day’s numerous tasks.

The game gives you six opportunities to get the song perfect and the aim is to get it right in as few attempts as possible. The tasks can be complex at times since only the beginning of the song’s opening is played, and even if the music is known, it might be difficult to recognise.

Since it was introduced earlier this year as a tribute to Wordle, the game’s popularity has skyrocketed. Spotify purchased the game in July 2022, which is now accessible to customers in the United States, United Kingdom, Canada, Ireland, Australia, and New Zealand.

Heardle hints and solution: Tuesday, January 3, 2022

The daily tasks in Heardle are similar to those in Wordle but the musical element makes the game considerably more enjoyable and thrilling.

One thing to keep in mind is that the songs that the app releases every day are among the most-streamed singles from the past decade, which some may say gives modern music fans an unfair edge.

However, the app also includes hits from the 1980s and 1990s. With that stated, here are some hints to assist you in determining today’s Heardle song:

Hint 1: The song came out in 2016.

Hint 2: The music is of the pop genre.

Hint 3: Hailee Steinfeld’s single with Grey and Zedd.

Hint 4: The length is 3:01.

Hint 5: One word in the song’s title.

Hint 6: It starts with the letter “S.”

Hint 7: The song is from the album Haiz.

If you still have not guessed the music, scroll down to find out what it is.

Today’s Heardle challenge song is Starving by Hailee Steinfeld and Grey ft.


  1. Which company owns the Heardle game?
    Spotify owns the Heardle song.
  2. Where is the headquarters of Heardle?
    Heardle, a New York-based game, provides participants with six chances to guess the name of a song. More fragments of the music are given with each incorrect guess.

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