This year’s Eurovision Song Contest has been viewed by 182 million people, it also means that many people have heard new songs they’d like to listen another time. Instead of the former country charts we have looked into the Spotify viral global charts of last week. It’s great to see that so many songs have been streamed so often:
1 “SHUM” by Go_A (Ukraine) 2 “Zitti e buono” by Måneskin (Italy) 5 “Dark Side” by Blind Channel (Finland) 6 “Voilá” by Barbara Pravi (France) 7 “Tout l’Univer” by Gjon’s Tears (Switzerland) 10 “Mata Hari” by Efendi (Azerbaijan) 12 “Discoteque” by The Roop (Lithuania) 14 “El Diablo” by Elena Tsagrinou (Cyprus) 15 “Je Me Casse” by Destiny (Malta) 16 “I Don’t Feel Hate” by Jendrik (Germany) 17 “Love Is On My Side” by The Black Mamba (Portugal) 18 “10 Years” by Daði og Gagnamagnið (Iceland) 21 “Russian Woman” by Manizha (Russia) 24 “Embers” by James Newman (United Kingdom) 31 “Set Me Free” by Eden Alene (Israel) 32 “Fallen Angel” by TIX (Norway) 34 “Last Dance” by Stefania (Greece) 40 “Voices” by Tusse (Sweden) 41 “Growing Up Is Getting Old” by VICTORIA (Bulgaria) 44 “Sugar” by Natalia Gordienko (Moldova)
Furthermore the Italian winning band Måneskin has several other songs in the charts and Norwegian winner Alexander Rybak had a comeback with “Fairytale”, a song from 2009.
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About me: As one of the founders of eurovisionlive.com I am responsible for the interviews with the singers and the editorial content. My passion for the Eurovision Song Contest exists since my early childhood. The exotic music, different cultures and languages have given a lot of inspiration to me. Since my very first ESC in Dublin 1994 I particularly appreciate the get together and friendship of all the nationalities and Riverdance was a thrill!