Our Eurovision 2019 Spotify playlist is now complete, as all songs are finally available for listening. And in our latest weekly update, the Netherlands’ Duncan Laurence closes the gap to Italy’s Mahmood.

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 (12 May)

# +/- Country Streams # +/- Country Streams
1 = +146.647 Italy 1.861.986 22 -1 +28.276 Armenia 94.337
2 = +407.104 The Netherlands 1.631.523 23 -3 +24.057 Portugal 91.169
3 = +137 Sweden 683.644 24 -1 +26.694 Slovenia 87.830
4 = +66.491 Switzerland 359.487 25 +1 +28.746 Ireland 83.314
5 = +56.827 Spain 331.873 26 -1 +24.351 Hungary 80.619
6 +1 +43.156 Norway 304.374 27 +1 +25.720 Lithuania 79.166
7 -1 +26.160 France 294.511 28 -1 +23.731 Finland 78.195
8 = +72.831 Cyprus 275.214 29 = +24.609 Romania 73.811
9 = +63.535 Malta 195.395 30 +2 +26.745 Poland 70.191
10 +1 +36.241 Estonia 142.919 31 -1 +23.102 San Marino 68.961
11 +4 +55.230 Azerbaijan 140.275 32 -1 +20.651 Israel 65.834
12 +1 +47.263 Greece 140.063 33 +2 +24.588 Latvia 63.559
13 +1 +47.314 Belgium 134.291 34 = +21.611 Serbia 62.061
14 -4 +18.442 United Kingdom 130.840 35 -2 +20.846 Albania 61.714
15 -3 +35.169 Iceland 127.926 36 = +22.541 North Macedonia 60.544
16 = +42.119 Russia 126.512 37 = +19.734 Croatia 55.603
17 = +27.489 Denmark 107.331 38 = +18.852 Austria 52.731
18 +4 +42.211 Australia 106.083 39 = +18.446 Georgia 51.345
19 = +35.447 Czech Republic 103.540 40 = +18.447 Moldova 50.907
20 -2 +29.164 Germany 103.246 41 = +17.043 Montenegro 49.003
21 +3 +37.390 Belarus 96.857

 

With this week’s update, we’re also providing numbers regarding the change in streams compared to last week’s figure. Thus, you get a more detailed interview of what’s changed.

There are no changes within this week’s top five as of Sunday 12 May. Furthermore, Norway’s KEiiNO and France’s Bilal Hassani switch places while Estonia’s Victor Crone is back in the weekly top ten.

Considerable gains this week come from Azerbaijan’s Chingiz, who’s now on the edge of entering the top ten.  Unfortunately, the United Kingdom, Iceland, Germany, Portugal and Albania lose some of their momentum as they drop in the weekly chart. But it’s never too late for that to change!

Eurovision 2019 Spotify total streaming charts (12 May)

# +/- Country Streams # +/- Country Streams
1  = Italy 49.087.271 21 = Hungary 847.834
2 = Sweden 15.599.382 22 = Slovenia 827.205
3 = The Netherlands 13.171.288 23 = Malta 738.958
4 = France 8.984.254 24 +1 Azerbaijan 614.365
5 = Spain 7.546.320 25 -1 Romania 586.180
6 = Norway 5.118.835 26 = Armenia 552.114
7 = Switzerland 2.896.826 27 = Latvia 520.933
8 = Cyprus 2.363.820 28 = San Marino 518.336
9 = Estonia 1.759.592 29 = Poland 496.986
10 = Denmark 1.499.732 30 = Albania 467.092
11 = Portugal 1.463.663 31 = Croatia 450.443
12 = Iceland 1.454.822 32 +3 Belarus 434.599
13 +1 Belgium 1.111.273 33 -1 North Macedonia 415.997
14 -1 Australia 1.091.825 34 -1 Moldova 395.897
15 = Greece 1.084.160 35 -1 Austria 394.971
16 = Czech Republic 967.748 36 = Israel 374.923
17 +1 Russia 952.088 37 = Ireland 357.812
18 -1 Germany 951.826 38 = Serbia 314.558
19 +1 United Kingdom 911.687 39 = Lithuania 283.452
20 -1 Finland 870.934 40 = Montenegro 203.830
41 = Georgia 123.388

 

The table above shows the current number of streams for each song as of Sunday 12 May. 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. Besides, Norway, Switzerland, Cyprus, Estonia and Denmark also land in the top ten most streamed countries.

Further down the list, Azerbaijan’s Chingiz is up one spot this week. In addition to that, Belarus’ ZENA climbes three spots to number 32 overall.

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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I hope Italy doesn’t get robbed in the televote like they always do, they always deliver and this year is no exception. Them, Cyprus, Netherlands, Switzerland, Portugal, the Uk, I hope all do well.

Roger Rabbit
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Roger Rabbit

Spain top 5 .here is the televote.la venda can surprise .eurofans ignorate it but the big public go to apreciate it.

Whisker
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Whisker

Tell me about it. I am self-confessed Eurovision snob. But I love La Venda.

Ovidiu
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Ovidiu

The Netherlands and Italy are gaining a lot of plays because they’re featured in the Official Spotify Playlist for the EU Parliamentary Elections as representative songs for Italy and The Netherlands. 🙂

EZz
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EZz

I mean also it probably could be that Italy and Mahmood has 80 million views on his YouTube channel, plus the Eurovision channel, and Netherland has nearly 8 million. so all of that added, is probably why their doing so well. but other countries like Switzerland, Portugal, Uk shockingly, Cyprus, all deserve more tbh.

EZz
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EZz

I wonder considering Italy is miles ahead with the number of streams and how they have 80 million views on Mahmood’s song on YouTube, and still their probably going to rank 5th or 6th like they’ve done for the last 2 years. Its so hard to call this years winner, Italy, Portugal, Cyprus, Switzerland, Netherlands are all great, Sweden is good, and the Uk have a great chance, I wonder who will win the televote during the final.

IVANOV
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IVANOV

Italians can’t vote for Mahmood but good news they can vote for Sergey 🙂

EZz
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EZz

If they want to vote for Sergey, will he win, I mean i think he will come close like he did last time, but probably a country like Netherlands or maybe Switzerland, or Portugal basically the main ones I listed, could challenge him for sure, Although France has a strong betting chance, but anyone’s game.

Polegend Godgarina
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u think the uk could win and not sergey ? anna odobescu-

EZz
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EZz

I honestly think the Uk if you look at the odds, have a really good chance to do well compared to last year, their song is very underrated considering they’ve took the music video process very seriously I feel. Russia also are good, maybe a little theatrical for my taste, but still a very good song by a good artist, but hopefully at least The Netherlands, Portugal, Switzerland, Cyprus, The Uk hopefully, Azerbaijan, all do well with some others
But my 5 are Portugal, Switzerland, Cyprus, The Netherlands, and maybe Azerbaijan aswell.

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Baloonbleu

Well, there’s a before live shows and an after live shows. Before we’re talking about songs themselves, after we’re talking abaout acts: just look at Australia which is calling the victory of ESC after the dress rehearsal, when last week no one was betting on this horse.

EZz
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EZz

Yeah Australia although quite odd, they have a good singer this year, will they do well not sure, will they win, doubt it, but probably in this situation the more likely countries that may win are Netherlands, Switzerland, Cyprus, Portugal, and maybe Azerbaijan who knows.