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Spotify Charts Update – April 8th, 2019! Italy top, Spain enters Top 5 and Azerbaijan biggest winner. Malta highest new entry!

9.778.490 streams in total for all the ESC 2019 songs during the past seven days

Another seven days of streaming your favorite Eurovision Song Contest songs of this year passed and it’s time for another update of who gets the most streams and which songs are going down in streams compared to the last weeks. With Lithuania and Malta joining the playlist we only miss Georgia here. Let’s see what happened the past seven days:

Spotify Charts based on the past 7 days:

#+/- LW Country Artist Song Past 7 Days Total
10 1 Italy Mahmood Soldi 2.713.51439.765.953
2+1 3 The Netherlands Duncan Laurence Arcade 1.631.1046.443.666
3-1 2 Sweden John Lundvik Too Late For Love 1.389.71811.514.777
40 4 Norway KEiiNO Spirit In The Sky 476.2723.630.733
5+1 6 Spain Miki Núñez La Venda 349.2326.139.753
6-1 5 France Bilal Hassani Roi 334.3187.669.383
70 7 Switzerland Luca Hänni She Got Me 305.7641.402.557
80 8 Cyprus Tamta Replay 252.8631.282.794
9+2 11 Greece Katerine Duska Better Love 130.296574.665
100 10 Iceland Hatari Hatrið mun sigra 119.496958.897
11-2 9 Portugal Conan Osíris Telemóveis 119.2311.091.235
12+1 13 Denmark Leonora Love Is Forever 111.2791.065.036
13-1 12 Estonia Victor Crone Storm 110.7481.249.661
14+1 15 Russia Sergey Lazarev Scream 108.811503.796
15-1 14 Belgium Eliot Wake Up 101.326657.300
16+10 26 Azerbaijan Chingiz Truth 101.158151.940
17-1 16 United Kingdom Michael Rice Bigger Than Us 100.303465.236
18-1 17 Germany S!sters Sister 96.384563.743
190 19 Armenia Srbuk Walking Out 86.118203.208
20-2 18 Czech Republic Lake Malawi Friend Of A Friend 81.965612.948
21-1 20 Australia Kate Miller-Heidke Zero Gravity 77.463747.160
22-1 21 Slovenia Zala Kralj & Gašper Šantl Sebi 73.476516.844
23-1 22 Hungary Pápai Joci Az Én Apám 71.259550.359
24NEWNEWMaltaMichelaChameleon71.02671026
25+9 34 Belarus ZENA Like It 70.962104.589
26-3 23 Finland Darude ft. Sebastian Rejman Look Away 67.253589.222
270 27 Romania Ester Peony On A Sunday 63.865164.208
28+9 37 Ireland Sarah McTernan 22 57.88969.944
29-5 24 San Marino Serhat Say Na Na Na 56.720278.900
30-1 29 Serbia Nevena Bozovic Kruna 53.42198.514
31-6 25 Poland Tulia Fire Of Love (Pali się) 50.134263.079
32-4 28 Albania Jonida Maliqi Ktheju tokës 49.508253.268
33-3 30 North Macedonia Tamara Proud 45.686217.166
34-2 32 Croatia Roko Blažević The Dream 41.137266.658
35-4 31 Austria PAENDA Limits 41.064220.038
360 36 Latvia Carousel That Night 39.47761.078
37-4 33 Moldova Anna Odobescu Stay 39.318226.168
38-3 35 Israel Kobi Marimi Home 35.056146.769
39-1 38 Montenegro D-mol Heaven 33.60438.342
40NEWNEWLithuaniaJurijusRun With The Lions20.27220.272

(# = current position, +/- = difference to past week, LW = position last week! streams taken April 7th – 7:30pm)

The winners of the past seven days:

The biggest winner is clearly Azerbaijan gaining 10 positions in total and now is at No. 16. Another big winner is Belarus who could reach 9 places higher compared to last week and are now on No. 25. Also 9 places higher compared to last week are going to Ireland, who are now No. 28 instead of 37 last week. Also on top are some changes as The Netherlands pass Sweden with streams in the past seven days and Spain now entered the Top 5. Italy still on Top with one million stream more than the Netherlands in second place during the past seven days.

The two new songs already could gain almost 100.000 streams together with not having a full week. Malta reached more than 71.000 streams and Lithuania more than 20.000 streams. With having a full week both are expected to rank higher next week.

What do you think of this weeks ranking? Let us know on Facebook, Twitter and Instagram @ESCXTRA and listen to all the songs on Spotify to support your favorite below:

Dominik Rössing

Hey, I'm Dominik from Germany. Watched my first Eurovision in 2003 and I was in love right away! Attended my first contest in 2011 and every contest since 2013. The same happened with Melodifestivalen. Started watching in 2006 and been to every final since 2017 and try to make it to at least one heat each year, too. After all, Melodifestivalen is the real deal ♥
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