In the aftermath of the Grand Final, Eurovision 2019 artists have started climbing the worldwide Spotify and iTunes charts. They really are on replay, and they ain’t cooling down anytime soon.

We’ve put together a list of all the contestants in Tel Aviv whose songs are already charting in the top 10 in at least one country. Keep in mind, we don’t list every country where an act is charting, nor do we mention every act.

There are simply too many! If you’d like to know that Italy’s Mahmood is charting at #192 in Azerbaijan, head over to esctracker, where the full list is available.

So, without further adieu, here are this year’s biggest commercial hits (as of Monday at 9:00 GMT).

The Netherlands are at #1 in eleven countries, while Italy claims three, Slovenia is on top in two countries, Azerbaijan, Italy, Sweden and Switzerland can each claim #1 in one market.

Eurovision stars topping iTunes charts

The Netherlands’ Duncan Laurence with “Arcade”:

#1 in Belgium, France, Germany, Israel, Luxembourg, Malta, The Netherlands, Portugal, Spain, Sweden and Ukraine

#2 in Austria, Finland, Greece, Latvia, Norway, Switzerland

#3 in Belarus, Denmark, Poland, Slovenia

#4 in Ireland

#6 in the United Kingdom

#7 in Russia

Duncan Laurence has also cracked the top 10 in Moldova and Mozambique, and even charts in Canada and Mexico. Seems like “Arcade” doesn’t only appeal to European viewers!

Duncan is also the highest-charting Eurovision artist on iTunes globally. He currently sits at #5, just ahead of Halsey (“Nightmare”) and just behind Lady Gaga and Bradley Cooper (“Shallow”).

Italy’s Mahmood with “Soldi”:

#1 in Austria, Cyprus, Greece

#2 in Malta, Spain

#3 in Israel, Luxembourg, Norway

#4 in Estonia, Latvia, Lithuania, Switzerland

Mahmood is also charting in the top 10 in Sweden, Germany, Netherlands, Denmark and Italy. “Soldi” is even charting at #12 in Trinidad and Tobago. A global crossover hit!

Azerbaijan’s Chingiz with “Truth”:

#1 in Lithuania

#2 in Estonia

#4 in Belarus and Sweden

“Trtuth” is also charting in the top ten in Switzerland and Norway.

Norway’s KEiiNO with “Spirit in the Sky”:

#1 in Norway

#2 in Denmark and Israel

#3 in the Netherlands, Sweden, Switzerland and the United Kingdom

KEiiNO have also reached the top ten in Germany, Austria, Ireland, Luxembourg, Spain and Belgium. Their song also appears at #120 in New Zealand.

Switzerland’s Luca Hänni with “She Got Me”:

#1 in Switzerland

#3 in Austria

#4 in Finland and Luxembourg

“She Got Me” has also made the top ten in Germany, Norway, Denmark, Israel, the Netherlands and Spain.

Sweden’s John Lundvik with “Too Late For Love”:

#1 in Denmark

#2 in Sweden

#3 in Lithuania

#4 in the Netherlands

John has also found top ten success in Switzerland, Norway, Luxembourg and Israel.

Charting on home ground

The Czech Republic’s Lake Malawi with “Friend of a Friend”: #11 in the Czech Republic

Slovenia’s Zala Kralj & Gašper Šantl with “Sebi”: #1 in Slovenia and Estonia, #9 in Israel

Denmark’s Leonora with “Love Is Forever”: #5 in Denmark

Cyprus’ Tamta with “Replay”: #6 in Greece and #87 in Cyprus

Russia’s Sergey Lazarev with “Scream”: #14 in Russia

Australia’s Kate Miller-Heidke with “Zero Gravity”: #7 in Australia

Spain’s Miki with “La venda”: #3 in Spain

France’s Bilal Hassani with “Roi”: #12 in France

Greece’s Katerine Duska with “Better Love”: #9 in Greece

Israel’s Kobi Marimi with “Home”: #8 in Israel

The United Kingdom’s Michael Rice with “Bigger Than Us”: #20 in the UK

How are your favourite acts faring commercially? Which of the acts listed do you think will continue to climb, and which have already seen their peak? Let us know in the comments below!

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I’m so happy for all of them! And I was pleasantly surprised this morning when I heard Arcade playing on the radio here in Lebanon! 😀

Polegend Godgarina
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are we still discussing itunes in 2019 ? spotify is where the tea is at y’all, nobody charts out of digital sales anymore. let’s talk bout how duncan broke the daily streaming record in the netherlands with over one million streams in one day

E.Z
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E.Z

https://www.change.org/p/bbc-eurovision-drop-the-bbc-from-picking-the-uk-entry-for-2020
If you guys could take a moment of your time, to look at this petition aswell, it would mean so much thank you.

Lara
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Lara

Hahaha this was the worst Euvrovision ever. Boring songs, bad stage, madonna and her ugly performance. Winer song the most boring. Only good thing was king Sehrat

ESC2019TLV
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ESC2019TLV

Euvrovision? Winer? Lara, learn some English and then come back complaining.

Lara
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Lara

Sorry I am from Spain. But the thing is that this was the worst ESC in history, I watch every year but this time no one song wasnt good. And Madonna was awfull, she sang like she was on karaoke.

Dick
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Dick

Dear Lara, I was quite upset about the points Spain received In general, because in my country he’s liked! So ESC 2019 wasn’t the worst because a real good well song won? More country provided us with great songs Norway, Switzerland, Denmark, Slovenia, Italy and Spain & Sweden…

EzZ
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EzZ

So hopefully Turkey could return for 2020, with their close relations to the Netherlands maybe.

Denis
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Denis

Unfortunately the manager of TRT has said they won’t broadcast anything that deviates from thier values. So I guess that’s a no to return then..

EzZ
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EzZ

That’s a shame then only because most Turks for sure want to return, and having half Turkish roots from Cyprus I know for a fact I would love Turkey to return soon, I just would of hoped they would of returned, next year because of their close relations to the Netherlands.

pierre
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pierre

I suppose the dictator will not allow it. And there are certainly no close relations any more.

Anna
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Anna

Close relations to the Netherlands? Erdogan accused the Dutch government for being nazis. LOL and the Turkish government is not into gays and stuff.

EzZ
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EzZ

https://www.change.org/p/bbc-eurovision-drop-the-bbc-from-picking-the-uk-entry-for-2020
If you guys could take a moment of your time, to look at this petition aswell, it would mean so much thank you.

Timo Ibrahim
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Timo Ibrahim

Are Turkey going to Return in 2020?? 🙂

EzZ
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EzZ

I wonder that aswell considering their close relations, with the Netherlands, and the amount of Turkish people living in the Netherlands, I would be ecstatic if that happened.

Anna
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Anna

Close relations to the Netherlands? Erdogan accused the Dutch government for being nazis. LOL and the Turkish government is not into gays and stuff.

Oscar C
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Oscar C

Although consumers musical tastes are hard to value just based “on clicks” and such ephemeral data (and commitment) it’s clear that many performances are less than prophets in their own land… and still they expect others to like it…

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jamescharles

What is interesting is whilst all the other eurovision songs in the uk chart are now starting to fall, soldi continues to climb… would be amazing if there was a genuine long lasting hit (i know it’s way too early to say lol just thinking out loud/comment)

Eolian
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Eolian

Really happy for zala and gasper

Vincent
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Vincent

I’m so happy if good Eurovision songs will be heard around the globe. Then the songs are not only exclusively being heard in the Eurovision bubble, but also outside in the “real world”. Also it takes away that idea outside Europe that Eurovision is from start to end one big crazy show with only remarkable acts like Lordi, Pirates of the Sea (Latvia), Dustin the Turkey (Ireland), Hatari, Cezar (Romania) etc. There is defnitely quality with every year one or two crazy songs, but nowhere as cringy and bad as around ten years ago.

Rimig
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Rimig

I agree with your main idea, but strongly disagree with you putting Hatari and Lordi in the same box as Dustin the Turkey. They may not be the conventional or your personal style of music, but Hard Rock Hallelujah and Hatri? Mun Sigra are very far from being joke acts and they have quality within their genre. While I do not enjoy Hard Rock Hallelujah that much, I love Hatri? mun Sigra and listen to it frequently…