Eurovision has had another busy week of entry reveals. Our Eurovision 2019 Spotify playlist is filling up fast, as most of the competing songs are now available for listening. In our latest weekly update, Sweden comes in as the highest debuting entry.

The streaming figures on Spotify give us an impression of what fans have on replay. While there are a few changes within the top ten this week, Italy’s Mahmood remains in the lead.

Today’s update includes nine new entries. Unfortunately, Ukraine is no longer on the list following the national broadcaster’s withdrawal. Most of the competing songs are already available for streaming (and you can listen via our playlist linked right here).

Eurovision 2019 Spotify streaming charts

# Country Streams # Country Streams
1 Italy 27.383.601 15 Hungary 237.314
2 France 5.833.451 16 Cyprus 229.562
3 Spain 4.529.069 17 Slovenia 188.217
4 Sweden 3.580.271 18 Belgium 172.951
5 Norway 1.160.041 19 Romania 162.373
6 Estonia 742.614 20 Latvia 136.102
7 Denmark 507.079 21 Switzerland 98.783
8 The Netherlands 458.407 22 Croatia 84.529
9 Portugal 451.620 23 Moldova 50.602
10 Australia 409.105 24 Greece 40.680
11 Iceland 393.453 25 San Marino 20.442
12 Finland 268.857 26 Poland 16.208
13 Czech Republic 264.147 27 Albania 13.810
14 Germany 246.524 28 United Kingdom 10.859

 

The table above shows the current number of streams for each song as of today, Sunday 3 March. While nineteen songs are currently available on the platform, the entries from Lithuania, Montenegro, GeorgiaSerbiaAustriaBelarusIreland and Azerbaijan haven’t been released to the platform yet. Besides, North Macedonia and Russia aren’t included in this week’s ranking as their songs have just been released on the platform today and haven’t had a full day of tracking yet.

Italy remains in the lead — and by some distance. The track has accumulated more than 1.5 million daily streams in Italy alone and is now close to 30 million plays. France and Spain round out the top three.

New entries join the ranking

New to the top ten is Sweden’s John Lundvik. “Too Late For Love” comes in at four and is catching up fast. Norway climbs from seventh to fifth following an appearance on the Spotify global viral charts where they hit #2 — does this suggest global appeal for them?

Also new to the top ten is the Netherlands. Duncan’s entry “Arcade” comes in at number eight. Moreover, Cyprus (16), Switzerland (21), Greece (24), San Marino (25), Poland (26), Albania (27) and the United Kingdom (28). The latter two are finally available for streaming after a rather long wait.

In the weeks leading up to Eurovision in Tel Aviv, we’ll be tracking the entries on Spotify and giving you an overview of which songs have made the biggest gains over the past seven days. It’s obviously not a perfect science, as you can stream artists from your home country. But it’s a fun barometer to look at anyway.

What do you think about the current Spotify stats? Do they indicate a possible win for Italy? Let us know in our comments below!

Eurovision 2019 Spotify playlist

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La Signora
La Signora
1 year ago

Mahmood 🙂

DDD
DDD
1 year ago

Charts as this is useless, because the population of different countries vary widely
Population in Italy = 59 200 0000
Population in Norway = 5 400 000
Population in Danmark = 5 700 000

Some countrys Spotify is big, in some countrys it is little and even in some it does’nt exist.

I tryed to post this comment yesterday, but for some reason it was not accepted by wiwibloggs….so I try again today.

Yodenman
Yodenman
1 year ago

Just over 10,000 streams for UK song….I know its not very good, but this is shocking.If that was to translate to votes, then he may as well stay at home.

yom124
yom124
1 year ago
Reply to  Yodenman

It’s only been out for a couple days calm down bruh

i where
i where
1 year ago

Sweden for the first time in 2 years sent a good artist who performs his music with the soul and you hate him. ashamed for you all

steven
steven
1 year ago

Italie est la meilleure chanson avec la Russie pour cette année

Denis
Denis
1 year ago

Italy is the Glenn Close of Eurovision: Always respected, liked, admired and getting acclaim but never to actually receive anything

Belle
Belle
1 year ago
Reply to  Denis

To be honest, I don’t get the love for Italy. They are so overrated every year by the fans.

Denis
Denis
1 year ago
Reply to  Belle

Some are great, like 2017 and 2012. Some like 2015 and 2018 were just decent.
But on general yes. If people say that Sweden and Australia are overeated then Italy is just as overrateddby the fans and voters

Jake
Jake
1 year ago

Not so sure how telling something like this is given that Spotify is not as popular in some countries as it is in Scandinavia and Western Europe. Still, this shows how popular the winners are in a particular country. It would be good to compare it to each countries last year winner. Has Roi had more streams as Merci as the same point last year? John vs Benjamin?

Denis
Denis
1 year ago
Reply to  Jake

Oh John is definitively more screamed than Benjamin. Benjamin didn’t even have the most screamed MF song last year, Felix had it.

DDD
DDD
1 year ago

Agree…there are many good songs this year and not a Clear winner, that’s great. Love from Norway

Ericalle
Ericalle
1 year ago

I m really rooting for Rome 2020. Soldi has worldwide hit potential.

Jo.
Jo.
1 year ago

We didn’t get the ESC version of Soldi, did we?

Michal P
Michal P
1 year ago
Reply to  Jo.

Not yet.

Max_
Max_
1 year ago

I don’t know. Mahmood’s song is the winner of the Sanremo-Festival which has got a certain importance in Italy. Whoever wins this festival (not always of course) has got in general a lot of success in Italy. This explains partly why he is 1st on this list. I suppose a lot of young people like it (and me too although I am 42-;))). You can not really compare it with the other “national” songs… just imagine, a lot of people in Italy don’t even know what Eurovision is and that Mahmood will participate. He has success first of all in… Read more »

Yeeep
Yeeep
1 year ago

Both boring as Hell (wait, that domain belongs to Iceland… These are just BORING)

Serge
Serge
1 year ago
Reply to  Yeeep

The only two truly boring songs this year are from the Netherlands and Israel. And the spotify list is what people really want to listen to. Streaming songs is no lie, no politics, no bs.

Pabs
Pabs
1 year ago

Only one winner Sweden , come on John you London boy 12 points from the United Kingdom.

Belle
Belle
1 year ago

Go Sweden! Haters gonna hate.

Davve
Davve
1 year ago
Reply to  Belle

And winners always have haters

Polegend Godgarina
1 year ago

mahmood has surpassed 500,000 equivalent sales (75 million streams also counting yt n other services + ~30k downloads), his POWER

P!nk Forever
P!nk Forever
1 year ago

What‘s up with Pænda – Limits? Revamp incoming? Why is it taken down?

It obviously needs one though.

Micha? P
Micha? P
1 year ago
Reply to  P!nk Forever

I checked and it hasn’t been taken down or anything, luckily it’s still there (I’m from Poland) 😉 the only song that’s not available for now here is Germany (lilly among clouds’ song isn’t on as well unfortunately).

AchtCH
AchtCH
1 year ago

Mmmmm very strange all that. I wonder if Spotify promotes songs

ElDrine
ElDrine
1 year ago
Reply to  AchtCH

They do promote songs if you pay them
So obviously Spotify is not an accurate way to see who is popular

Ferdinand_U
Ferdinand_U
1 year ago

How is that possible Sweden Spain and France are top ten on spotify when they are SO unpopular?

Anyone knows if Spotify sponsors songs or artists?

Tompa
Tompa
1 year ago
Reply to  Ferdinand_U

It’s because Spotify is not limited to the tiny universe of Eurovision hardcore fans.

Jo.
Jo.
1 year ago
Reply to  Ferdinand_U

Because those are three big music markets. Also, many people like Sweden and Spain in the fandom.

Downvote me all you want
Downvote me all you want
1 year ago
Reply to  Ferdinand_U

Because the Sweden hate is an extremely specific thing to this very small, toxic eurovision community. Look beyond the comments on wiwibloggs and at the comments on YouTube and such and you’ll see how appreciated John’s song actually is.

Denis
Denis
1 year ago
Reply to  Ferdinand_U

Because believe it or not, the world is bigger than this site. Just look at Youtube to see the response.
Also, Sweden has been hated on here since 2011, every song has been unpopular. Even Loreen was unpopular.

Antho
Antho
1 year ago
Reply to  Ferdinand_U

Bilal is very popular in France (as he’s a well know Youtuber), and that makes Roi one of the first Eurovision entry the French youth is really supporting. That’s why he has so much Spotify streams.

Denis
Denis
1 year ago
Reply to  Ferdinand_U

Because the world is bigger than this site, you know. Just look at Youtube to see the response.
And Sweden has been hated on here since 2011, every song has been unpopular. Even Loreen was unpopular.

Milla
Milla
1 year ago
Reply to  Ferdinand_U

What do you mean unpopular? Open your eyes dear. There is a life outside this bubble.

Denis
Denis
1 year ago
Reply to  Ferdinand_U

The world is bigger than this site, you know . Just go to Youtube to see the responses.
Also Sweden has been hated on here since 2011, every song has been unpopular. Even Loreen was unpopular.
Same goes for France.

Darren
Darren
1 year ago

Let’s not not forget that Spotify is a Swedish company and Swedish people usually shop local. I can imagine 99% of Swedish people have Spotify.

It’s not a bad song. But I don’t think it will finish top 5. I predict 8-15 in the final.

aroncido
aroncido
1 year ago
Reply to  Darren

99% of people have Spotify.
It’s more about Melfest being an actual thing in Sweden (i.e. people actually listen to their eurovision entry).

Davve
Davve
1 year ago

Sweden is the only one that has an unique song of those mentioned.

Mikaela
Mikaela
1 year ago
Reply to  Davve

Shocking opinion, since youre Swedish. Our entry is nothing special

Davve
Davve
1 year ago
Reply to  Mikaela

Its not an opinion. Simply facts

pastel de nata
pastel de nata
1 year ago
Reply to  Davve

Unique, really!? I think that’s not the word you’re looking for.

Polegend Godgarina
1 year ago
Reply to  Davve

it might as well be a john legend cover but go off

Davve
Davve
1 year ago

So much jealousy. Love it

Milla
Milla
1 year ago
Reply to  Davve

It’s not unique in any way. But together with the performance it’s among the best this year. John and his choir make it a contender.

Vitta
Vitta
1 year ago

The inevitable sadness when you see Maruv is still in the playlist…

tom
tom
1 year ago
Reply to  Vitta

Well maybe you wil be sad for Icelad cause their participation is in the danger zone

Dls
Dls
1 year ago
Reply to  tom

I cant believe blanche predicted hatari’s possible disqualification

GreenNewDeal
GreenNewDeal
1 year ago

LOL LOL LOL
Italy, France, Sweden, Spain Top Ten on Spotify??? If that’s true I’m sorry for your ears
MY GOD I cannot imagine myself listening to these 4 songs all the time on Spotify
Sweden is the worst this year (yes even worst than Montenegro)
And what happened to Gabbani and Il Volo will happen again to Mamood, just saying 🙂

Alex
Alex
1 year ago
Reply to  GreenNewDeal

Il Volo won televoting in a landslide 🙂

KarWorld
KarWorld
1 year ago
Reply to  GreenNewDeal

I do! Italy, Netherlands, Spain and Sweden are my top 4. Thanks for the respect baby!

Jo.
Jo.
1 year ago
Reply to  GreenNewDeal

55 ups already, who’s trolling?

EuroBalkan
EuroBalkan
1 year ago

You do know Spotify is not avaliable in many countries? So this ranking can’t tell us much about how well certain song will be received by the general European audience.

KarWorld
KarWorld
1 year ago
Reply to  EuroBalkan

It’s like the odds, we follow their opinion even though betting for TV shows is not legal in some countries such as Spain. Weird but true.

VlaD
VlaD
1 year ago

But this is mainly in Italy or Sweden.
In Eastern Europe people don’t listen music on Spotify.
YouTube is much more popular

Jo.
Jo.
1 year ago

So Germans voted for a song that they are not even interested in listening to

Weißbrot
Weißbrot
1 year ago
Reply to  Jo.

Pretty much.