Our Eurovision 2019 Spotify playlist is now complete, as all songs are finally available for listening. And in our latest weekly update, Malta’s Michela keeps climbing up the ranking.

The streaming figures on Spotify give us an impression of what fans have on replay.

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 (28 April)

# +/- Country Streams # +/- Country Streams
1  = Italy 1.918.137 22 -4 United Kingdom 55.526
2 = The Netherlands 1.214.853 23 +2 Slovenia 53.828
3 = Sweden 810.687 24 -11 Hungary 53.365
4 = Norway 272.524 25 +2 Ireland 49.836
5 = Spain 268.609 26 +2 Lithuania 47.392
6 +1 France 260.024 27 +2 Romania 44.798
7 -1 Switzerland 257.198 28 -2 Finland 44.083
8 = Cyprus 199.778 29 -20 Estonia 41.822
9 +1 Malta 111.922 30 = San Marino 41.667
10 +2 Greece 91.168 31 = Israel 41.611
11 = Iceland 89.260 32 = Poland 38.874
12 +2 Denmark 79.222 33 +1 Serbia 37.047
13 +4 Belgium 78.689 34 -1 Albania 36.683
14 +2 Azerbaijan 78.245 35 = Latvia 35.465
15 = Russia 77.536 36 = North Macedonia 33.053
16 +3 Germany 71.211 37 = Croatia 31.074
17 +3 Portugal 67.264 38 = Austria 29.470
18 +3 Armenia 62.434 39 = Moldova 29.280
19 +3 Czech Republic 61.859 40 = Montenegro 28.250
20 +3 Australia 57.671 41 = Georgia 18.156
21 +3 Belarus 55.584

 

There are no changes within this week’s top five. France’s Bilal Hassani and Switzerland’s Luca Hänni switch places following Bilal’s album release. Malta is up one spot while Greece’s Katerine Duska re-enters this week’s top ten.

Considerable gains this week come from Belgium’s Eliot, who’s back in the top fifteen. Unfortunately, Hungary and Estonia lose some of their momentum as they decrease in weekly streams. But it’s never too late for that to change!

Eurovision 2019 Spotify total streaming charts (28 April)

# +/- Country Streams # +/- Country Streams
1  = Italy 45.510.046 21 = Slovenia 678.239
2 = Sweden 14.232.231 22 = United Kingdom 668.449
3 = The Netherlands 10.315.346 23 = Romania 463.167
4 = France 8.421.392 24 = Latvia 418.403
5 = Spain 6.939.401 25 +6 Malta 411.703
6 = Norway 4.553.243 26 -1 San Marino 403.516
7 = Switzerland 2.174.413 27 = Armenia 391.716
8 = Cyprus 1.886.223 28 +2 Azerbaijan 389.045
9 = Estonia 1.509.995 29 -3 Poland 383.331
10 +1 Denmark 1.312.559 30 -1 Albania 364.510
11 -1 Portugal 1.305.382 31 -3 Croatia 358.971
12 = Iceland 1.234.119 32 = North Macedonia 317.450
13 = Australia 921.870 33 = Moldova 312.530
14 = Belgium 890.005 34 = Austria 308.361
15 = Greece 851.657 35 = Belarus 278.275
16 = Czech Republic 796.115 36 = Israel 263.906
17 = Germany 774.498 37 +1 Ireland 219.930
18 +1 Russia 741.183 38 -1 Serbia 212.047
19 -1 Finland 738.275 39 = Lithuania 150.840
20 = Hungary 710.947 40 = Montenegro 122.867
41 = Georgia 39.144

 

The table above shows the current number of streams for each song as of Sunday 28 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. Rounding out the top five are Sweden, the Netherlands, France and Spain. Moreover, Denmark’s Leonora reappears in the top ten.

Further down the list, Malta’s Michela keeps moving upwards. “Chameleon” has entered the top 30 for the first time this week, while Azerbaijan also goes up by two spots.

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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Erik
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Erik

And twelve points goes to… https://youtu.be/uK4gRsxffxQ

esc1234
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esc1234

with all this massive paid promotion for malta it makes sense to be on top 10….

Steve
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Steve

Lol. Firstly, promotion is done in several ways – be it pre-party tours, promotion via YouTube, releasing other singles before Eurovision to get people talking. It’s all part of the game and I see no harm! Malta opted to skip pre-parties and promote in a different manner… I think it’s a clever decision.

Secondly, nobody forces anyone to hear any particular song on Spotify. It’s not like people are having pop-ups to hear Chameleon on Spotify! I, for one am not being forced and hear it all the time.

IVANOV
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IVANOV

And Duncheat top 3 makes sense too with free overhype promotion.
#SERGEY4WIN

Jo.
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Jo.

Numbers quite small for UK, Germany and Poland.

Purple Mask
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Purple Mask

Well… this isn’t close.
Yes I know the arguments: streams from their own country, Italy has a bigger pop market reach, Spotify isn’t available everywhere blah etc etc.
It’s still not close. 🙂

David F
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David F

Is your gut telling you that Italy is going to win, Purple?

Purple Mask
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Purple Mask

That is spooky. I was telling my cousin this very thing earlier today. 🙂

David F
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David F

😉

TheDrMistery
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TheDrMistery

No article about announcement of jury members? Wiwibloggs might be the only ESC source NOT writing about it.

Kris
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Kris

You’re an entire day late dude! That article got published yesterday itself

TheDrMistery
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TheDrMistery

Yeah, that’s right. It was buried so deep I didn’t see it. Sorry! 😀

Zed
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Zed

Waiting for THAT person to come and bitch about spotify

Purple Mask
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Purple Mask

Not me, I hope?

David F
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David F

I really doubt they mean you — but even if they do, why hope that they don’t?

If only through a virtual platform, you seem kind, intelligent, witty, and sincere. At the same time, no one’s ever going to be universally popular.

David F
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David F

I really doubt they mean you, Purple. Even if they do, no one’s ever going to be universally popular.

If only through a virtual platform, I’d say you come across as kind, intelligent, witty, and compassionate.

Purple Mask
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Purple Mask

Thank you. You too. Date? 😀

David F
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David F

Ha ^_^
“It all started on a Eurovision fan blog…”

David F
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David F

It’s a shame wiwi doesn’t have a PM feature 🙂

Polegend Godgarina
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Polegend Godgarina

‘b-but they don’t have spotify in south ossetia!!!1!1’

Kris
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Kris

India didn’t have an official Spotify launch till 2 months back , just saying

Ron
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Ron

Given that Malta’s song has been on Spotify for only 3 weeks compared to the other songs and was one of the last to feature on Spotify, it’s doing pretty damn well in the charts. Rooting for Malta!!

KS23
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KS23

Exactly, plus keep in mind Malta’s population is much smaller than other countries

Kris
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Kris

Well , so I think you had the wrong numbers with Hungary last time then !

Also Estonia’s number seems to be wrong cause the other website has Estonia in the Top 10 this week which seems more plausible than it suddenly losing 20 spots and 50,000 streams

Nicolas
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Nicolas

Adding the weeks in on the overall total charts would help to figure out why some songs are that high or that low.

lexical chunks
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lexical chunks

ani lorak would have been proud hahah

Polegend Godgarina
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Polegend Godgarina

cyprus and malta are doing AMAZING numbers for such small countries. italy is reachin 50 million by the grand final whew

Fresh
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Fresh

this Florian Rahn guy is becoming increasingly pertinent to wiwibloggs, that’s nice

Kris
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Kris

And he is cute

Martin
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Martin

SO cute

Koit
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Koit

He is the spitting image of Henrik from Timtales

Åri Agam
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I absolutely LOVE these articles. Keep it up, Florian!