After weeks of national finals and entry reveals, we now know all 41 songs for this year’s competition. 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, another five songs make their way onto the streaming platform.
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.
Eurovision 2019 Spotify streaming charts (31 March)
The table above shows the current number of streams for each song as of Sunday 31 March. While 38 songs are currently available on the platform, the entries from Lithuania, Georgia and Malta haven’t been released to the platform yet. Notably, a few earlier versions were replaced with Eurovision edits and thus we’re combining the total count with the earlier streams counted so far.
Italy remains in the lead — and by some distance. The top five remains unchanged with Sweden, France, Spain and the Netherlands following Mahmood.
Cyprus’ Tamta has now made her way into the top ten of the streaming ranking. Accumulating over one million streams, “Replay” now sits in ninth position, ahead of Portugal’s Conan Osiris and Denmark’s Leonora, who leaves the top ten this week. Further down the list, Belgium, the Czech Republic and Greece all move up one spot. Moreover, Albania receives more attention and moves up to number twenty-eight. Armenia’s Srbuk climbs one spot as well.
New entries join the ranking
This week’s highest new entry is Azerbaijan’s Chingiz. “Truth” makes its debut at number thirty-four. The other acts debuting on the list are Serbia (at 35), Belarus (36), Ireland (37) and Montenegro (38).
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!