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, as all songs are now available for listening. In our latest weekly update, Georgia has now joined the ranking.

The streaming figures on Spotify give us an impression of what fans have on replay. While there are no changes within the top ten this week, there’s some movement on the other side of the table.

Today’s update includes five new entries. Unfortunately, Ukraine is no longer on the list following the national broadcaster’s withdrawal. You can listen via our playlist linked right here.

Eurovision 2019 Spotify weekly streaming charts (14 April)

# +/- Country Streams # +/- Country Streams
1  = Italy 2.055.820 22 -2 Czech Republic 67.912
2 = The Netherlands 1.477.656 23 -2 Australia 65.610
3 = Sweden 1.057.712 24 -2 Slovenia 61.553
4 = Norway 379.503 25 +4 Ireland 57.125
5 = Spain 294.173 26 -2 Finland 55.702
6 +1 Switzerland 282.001 27 -2 Romania 52.379
7 -1 France 273.320 28 = San Marino 46.971
8 = Cyprus 215.816 29 +4 Hungary 46.177
9 +18 Malta 128.646 30 +1 Poland 45.451
10 -1 Greece 106.962 31 -1 Serbia 44.672
11 = Iceland 103.413 32 +5 Latvia 40.017
12 +1 Denmark 92.880 33 -1 North Macedonia 38.603
13 -1 Estonia 92.505 34 +6 Lithuania 37.652
14 = Russia 90.701 35 +3 Israel 36.982
15 = Azerbaijan 89.444 36 -2 Croatia 34.038
16 = Belgium 86.642 37 -2 Austria 33.372
17 -7 Portugal 86.347 38 -2 Moldova 32.054
18 -1 United Kingdom 82.310 39 = Montenegro 31.889
19 -1 Germany 75.341 40 -14 Albania 29.818
20 -1 Armenia 71.149 41 NEW Georgia 7.475
21 +2 Belarus 68.673

 

The table above shows the current number of weekly streams for each song for the week ending Sunday 14 April. 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 — but the Dutch contestant Duncan Laurence is catching up fast. Switzerland’s Luca Hänni rises one spot while France and Greece each drop one spot within the top ten.

The biggest gainer of the week is Malta’s Michela. “Chameleon” climbs up the leaderboard by 18 spots, putting them in ninth place this week. Portugal is down seven spot and thus leaves the top ten of the weekly streaming list.

Unfortunately, Albania’s Jonida Maliqi finds herself in 40th position this week. Time to get together and stream!

Eurovision 2019 Spotify total streaming charts (14 April)

# +/- Country Streams # +/- Country Streams
1  = Italy 41.534.509 21 -2 Hungary 563.632
2 = Sweden 12.428.356 22 = United Kingdom 536.619
3 = France 7.904.343 23 = Romania 372.288
4 = The Netherlands 7.724.021 24 = Latvia 346.532
5 = Spain 6.394.029 25 = San Marino 319.212
6 = Norway 3.956.690 26 +1 Poland 302.598
7 = Switzerland 1.649.306 27 -1 Croatia 296.205
8 = Cyprus 1.470.715 28 = Albania 289.519
9 = Estonia 1.330.437 29 +2 Armenia 264.752
10 = Portugal 1.164.894 30 -1 Moldova 253.798
11 = Denmark 1.145.277 31 -1 North Macedonia 250.393
12 = Iceland 1.048.671 32 -1 Austria 248.832
13 = Australia 803.712 33 +1 Azerbaijan 229.724
14 = Belgium 731.955 34 +4 Malta 181.815
15 = Czech Republic 671.475 35 -2 Israel 179.771
16 +1 Greece 666.471 36 -1 Belarus 163.691
17 -1 Finland 637.305 37 = Serbia 136.808
18 = Germany 628.506 38 = Ireland 119.222
19 +2 Russia 582.139 39 = Montenergo 65.728
20 = Slovenia 569.885 40 = Lithuania 16.777
41 = Georgia 7.475

 

The table above shows the current number of streams for each song as of Sunday 14 April. 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. Moreover, not-so-close behind are Sweden, France, the Netherlands and Spain’s Miki who rounds out the top five.

Further down the list, Russia enters the top 20 climbing up two places. Besides, Malta’s Michela rises four spots following the first full tracking week for her song “Chameleon”.

Eurovision 2019 Spotify tracking

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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My personal Airplay Chart when it comes to Eurovision songs (based what I was listening to last week): 1. Tamta – Replay 2. Jonida Maliqi – Ktheju Tokes 3. Margaret Berger – I Feed You My Love (Side note: Still one of the best ESC songs ever!) 4. Maruv – Siren Song 5. Ace Wilder – Don’t Worry 6. Tamara Todevska – Proud 7. Michela Pace – Chameleon 8. Eleni Foureira – Fuego (Side note: In my TOP10 since March 2018) 9. Margaret – In My Cabana 10. Saara Aalto – Queens 11. Loreen – My Heart Is Refusing Me… Read more »

Ola Sand
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Ola Sand

Albania has 294000 not 29000 that’s an error

Una
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Una

Curious to know how this song is getting so much hype. I am not saying it’s bad but it doesn’t do anything for me. Nothing at all. If others like it it’s OK, it’s up to them. However I think all this promo they’re doing on youtube and the song coming top in the recommendations is shady AF. All that advertisement costs them more than making at least 1 or 2 pre-parties to bring some joy to the fans, no matter the impact on the voting. It feels like they’re having a modus operandi of convincing people that the song… Read more »

UNO
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UNO

Other countries don’t need to do any advertisement because they secure televoting scores from block voting even if the song is as bad as hell. So what’s the real matter for you? And for your own sake…they didn’t make at least 1 or 2 pre-parties because they are in another country for more than 2 weeks catching up with dancers and backing vocalists for Eurovision Rehearsals.

Poppy
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Poppy

Failing to get televoting scores because of the block-voting is the most cheesy comment to hear and read. Come on!! A good song can always score well with televoting unless it’s not messed up with the staging and choreography or bad vocals during the semifinal or jury night. And even some countries do get some points from the block voting even though the song is bad, they still can finish poorly in the scoreboard. Are 26 points enough for a country to win the whole thing? Did Cyprus suffer from block voting last year? Did Malta suffer from block voting… Read more »

Una
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Una

Exactly what I said in a comment now deleted by filter or moderator. A good song is enough to gather televotes.

Una
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Una

If the song is good the country doesn’t need paid ads or shady practices to convince people to vote for it. No way that a song from such a small country deserves nearly 5 mil views on youtube. I can understand the large number of views for Italy (large population plus the San Remo element), Sweden (lots of interest plus the Scandinavians) or Spain (factor in the Spanish-speaking world in addition to Spain having one of the biggest populations in Europe). But Malta? Russia has under 2 million views. Russia, from all countries, the largest population among all countries that… Read more »

Una
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Una

Russia has under 2 mil views and Malta nearly 5 mil. How come?

Simona
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Simona

Some Fun Facts 😀
-Eurovision Pre-Parties and Promo Tours are useless.
-Salvador Sobral didn’t attend any Eurovision Pre-Party and he won Eurovision in 2017.
-Eleni Foureira didn’t attend any Eurovision Pre-Party last year and nearly won Eurovision.
Delegations should use their money wisely and invest them for Staging and to host the Eurovision the following year 😉 hehe

Fatima
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Fatima

It’s a good point, but I remember in the one party I went to (London 2014) Conchita was there and I felt a real sense of momentum being gained.

Hmm
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Hmm

Sergey’s Scream has 4,863,755 views on his own channel and 1,946,825 on Eurovision channel… be sure to verify your facts before commenting random numbers.

Una
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Una

The official channel is at the easy of most people from most countries. Personal channels or country-specific channels are different. So no random numbers here.

Ludo95
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Ludo95

Of which country are you talking about?

Hmm
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Hmm

Just a small observation. You’re saying the Maltese song is getting hyped. Mind if I ask you, where exactly? The odds? It’s only the 8th! The polls? Most online polls don’t even place it in the top 10! And surely not hyped on this website! In my opinion, there are several other songs that are being hyped much more than Maltese Song, though I admit that some of them do deserve all the hype they are getting, like the Italian, Netherland and Cyrpus songs, which actually are my top three Eurovision songs before the rehearsals. (PS: Malta would be my… Read more »

Héctor
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Héctor

I do like the song, but it is also being played in a Spanish TV channel as the BSO of a Turkish soap opera. “Bigger Than Us” was being played there too some weeks ago.

Lolek
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Lolek

I think the songs I’ve been listening to the most on my iPhone lately are Tamta and Hatari, followed by Luca, Duncan, John and Kate. Though I certainly like many more of the songs than those this year.

star1
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star1

Why isn’t Chameleon added to the Eurovision 2019 Playlist (the official Eurovision playlist) on Spotify?

Polegend Godgarina
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chameleon is STILL not available in italy ):

Nvm
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Nvm

So it’s Italy’s problem, it wasn’t just me… I was about to make a brand new playlist hoping it would finally appear ^^’ too naive!

Polegend Godgarina
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mi sa che il giorno in cui mettono la compilation con tutti i 41 brani su spotify sarà il giorno in cui potremo streammare chameleon

Nvm
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Nvm

Si ma che palle, dipendo da Spotify perché almeno posso fare altro mentre ascolto, al contrario di YouTube, e consuma meno batteria T_T

Polegend Godgarina
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le etichette discografiche italiane sono delle CAROGNE, sono le stesse che ti bloccano completamente un video su youtube se osi interpolare un brano pubblicato da un loro artista, non sono sorpreso se ci lasciano in agonia senza chameleon per almeno altre due settimane

La Signora
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La Signora

Si, purtroppo. Ma è spesso così -.-

Nicolas
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Nicolas

Does it has to do with the fact that Michela is signed with Sony Music Italy ? But yeah it’s stupid from their part.

Nicky91
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Nicky91

i don’t believe in the spotify charts for eurovision, since not all countries have spotify

everyone has YouTube though, so why not do a YouTube views ranking wiwibloggs?

Polegend Godgarina
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u need to stop postin the same comment under every spotify-related article omg s h u t u p

dani
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dani

You need to stop being disabled, just use youtube

Polegend Godgarina
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using youtube means u can’t do anything else on your phone while the video is playin hello ??? plus youtube doesn’t count towards my country’s charts/certifications whereas spotify (premium) does

Nicolas
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Nicolas

Rule number 1 on Eurovision : You can’t vote for your own country. That’s why all these charts Spotify, Youtube, Instagram followers are useless.

dutchie
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dutchie

Not completely useless, it does say something about hit potential of a song. For instance, Duncan has way more streams than any of the previous Dutch contestants. And the average Dutch Spotify user doesn’t give a f.ck about Eurovision 😉

Nvm
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Nvm

For some reasons, I still can’t listen to Chameleon on Spotify and it’s driving me pretty mad. It’s in my top 10, I use Spotify a lot especially when driving, my playlist is basically complete but still I can’t add this song. It doesn’t even show up on the search bar. What the hell is wrong with it?

Mad Professor
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Mad Professor

It’s right in front of your eyes but you don’t see it. It’s a chameleon!

Nikki
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Nikki

For me the biggest discoveries have been Mahmood, Tamara and Chingiz, plus I was already a follower of Joci Papai, So they’re the ones I’m streaming the most at the moment, or playing on Youtube for Chingiz, as he have more songs there than in Spotify.