Eurovision 2021 in the charts
Photo: EBU / Thomas Hanses / Andres Putting

In the aftermath of last weekend’s grand final, Eurovision 2021 artists have started climbing the charts all over Europe.

Below are just some of the countries that have opened up to this year’s Eurovision. Keep in mind, we don’t list every country where an act is charting, nor do we mention every act. Some markets don’t publish any form of singles charts while others only release airplay charts. And then, of course, several charts have yet to be updated for this week.

Eurovision 2021 songs in the charts

Belgium

In Belgium, as per tradition, it appears that the Flemish are the ones most on board with Eurovision. Hooverphonic are at number #1 on the main chart with five more acts lower down the chart. In Wallonia, only two 2021 songs feature in the top 50.

Flanders

Ultratop

  • #1 Hooverphonic “The Wrong Place” (Belgium)
  • #9 Måneskin “Zitti e buoni” (Italy)
  • #29 Go_A “Shum” (Ukraine)
  • #36 Barbara Pravi “Voilà (France)
  • #48 Destiny “Je Me Casse” (Malta)
  • #50 Gjon’s Tears “Tout l’Univers” (Switzerland)

Wallonia

Ultratop

  • #29 Hooverphonic “The Wrong Place” (Belgium)
  • #34 Barbara Pravi “Voilà (France)

Finland

Finland’s chart only covers the top 20 songs of the week. Nonetheless, nine of the songs are from Eurovision 2021 while a tenth comes from Måneskin’s back catalogue.

  • #1 Blind Channel “Dark Side” (Finland)
  • #2 Måneskin “Zitti e buoni” (Italy)
  • #5 Gjon’s Tears “Tout l’Univers” (Switzerland)
  • #7 Elena Tsagrinou “El Diablo” (Cyprus)
  • #8 Daði og Gagnamagnið “10 Years” (Iceland)
  • #10 Barbara Pravi “Voilà (France)
  • #17 Go_A “Shum” (Ukraine)
  • #19 The Roop “Discoteque” (Lithuania)
  • #20 TIX “Fallen Angel” (Norway)

Måneskin’s “I WANNA BE YOUR SLAVE” is at #6.

France

Despite finishing second, the French charts aren’t embracing Eurovision as much as other countries. Just two 2021 tracks have cracked the top 200.

  • #24 Barbara Pravi “Voilà (France)
  • #116 Måneskin “Zitti e buoni” (Italy)

Duncan Laurence’s “Arcade” is at #45.

 

Germany

The European public didn’t appreciate their Eurovision effort — Jendrik got zero points from the televote — but the Germans don’t appear to be taken it personally. Five of this year’s entries make the country’s top 100, with Duncan Laurence leading the way.

  • #9 Måneskin “Zitti e buoni” (Italy)
  • #51 Blind Channel “Dark Side” (Finland)
  • #62 Barbara Pravi “Voilà (France)
  • #66 Go_A “Shum” (Ukraine)
  • #86 Gjon’s Tears “Tout l’Univers” (Switzerland)

Duncan Laurence’s “Arcade” is at #57. Måneskin’s “I WANNA BE YOUR SLAVE” is at #65.

Ireland

Yet again, the Irish act misses out on the main local chart. However, the Irish public are by no means averse to the class of 2021, with several cracking the top 100.

  • #14 Måneskin “Zitti e buoni” (Italy)
  • #37 Go_A “Shum” (Ukraine)
  • #38 Daði og Gagnamagnið “10 Years” (Iceland)
  • #40 Barbara Pravi “Voilà (France)
  • #52 Gjon’s Tears “Tout l’Univers” (Switzerland)
  • #60 Elena Tsagrinou “El Diablo” (Cyprus)
  • #62 Blind Channel “Dark Side” (Finland)
  • #75 The Roop “Discoteque” (Lithuania)
  • #79 Destiny “Je Me Casse” (Malta)
  • #99 Tusse “Voices” (Sweden)

Måneskin’s “I WANNA BE YOUR SLAVE” is at #51. Duncan Laurence’s “Arcade” is at #65.

Italy

The country secured its first win in 30 years, but the Italian charts are sparse when it comes to Eurovision. Måneskin’s “Zitti e buoni” returns to its previous chart peak of #2, achieved just after Sanremo. However, the rockers won’t be too upset as they have five more songs inside the top 100. Almost three months after the final, several Sanremo entries remain on the chart.

  • #2 Måneskin “Zitti e buoni” (Italy)

The Netherlands

Hosts The Netherlands might not have fared so well on the scoreboard, but the Dutch public are lapping up all things Eurovision. The Dutch Chartswhich focuses on physical sales, downloads and streaming — is overrun with songs from the contest.

  • #1 Måneskin “Zitti e buoni” (Italy)
  • #3 Barbara Pravi “Voilà (France)
  • #15 Daði og Gagnamagnið “10 Years” (Iceland)
  • #16 Gjon’s Tears “Tout l’Univers” (Switzerland)
  • #19 Go_A “Shum” (Ukraine)
  • #22 Blind Channel “Dark Side” (Finland)
  • #30 Jeangu Macrooy “Birth Of A New Age” (The Netherlands)
  • #31 Elena Tsagrinou “El Diablo” (Cyprus)
  • #36 Destiny “Je Me Casse” (Malta)
  • #44 Efendi “Mata Hari” (Azerbaijan)
  • #45 Stefania “Last Dance” (Greece)
  • #49 The Roop “Discoteque” (Lithuania)
  • #56 Tusse “Voices” (Sweden)
  • #65 TIX “Fallen Angel” (Norway)
  • #70 The Black Mamba “Love Is On My Side” (Portugal)
  • #78 Eden Alene “Set Me Free” (Israel)
  • #79 Senhit feat. Flo Rida “Adrenalina” (San Marino)
  • #80 James Newman “Embers” (United Kingdom)
  • #81 Manizha “Russian Woman” (Russia)
  • #89 Hooverphonic “The Wrong Place” (Belgium)

Måneskin are also at #25 and #92 with “I Wanna Be You Slave” and “Coralina” respectively. The interval acts also make the chart. Davina Michelle is at #29 with “Sweet Water”, Duncan Laurence is at #47 with “Arcade” and #86 with “Stars” while Afrojack is at #93 with “Hero”.

Norway

Norway’s main chart — the VG-Lista — only looks at the top 40 songs. Nonetheless, nine of this year’s entries have broken into the countdown.

  • #2 Måneskin “Zitti e buoni” (Italy)
  • #4 TIX “Fallen Angel” (Norway)
  • #11 Tusse “Voices” (Sweden)
  • #13 Elena Tsagrinou “El Diablo” (Cyprus)
  • #19 Barbara Pravi “Voilà (France)
  • #21 Efendi “Mata Hari” (Azerbaijan)
  • #27 Blind Channel “Dark Side” (Finland)
  • #33 Daði og Gagnamagnið “10 Years” (Iceland)
  • #36 Gjon’s Tears “Tout l’Univers” (Switzerland)

TIX is also at #3 with “Engle, Ikke Dra” and #15 with “Ut av mørket”, the Norwegian version of “Fallen Angel”. Duncan Laurence’s “Arcade” is at #23.

Sweden

It’s perhaps the country that’s most obsessed with Eurovision. Back in March, almost all the entries in its national selection graced the charts. So, it’s hardly surprising to find a decent chunk of tracks from Rotterdam inside Sweden’s top 100.

  • #1 Måneskin “Zitti e buoni” (Italy)
  • #8 Tusse “Voices” (Sweden)
  • #18 Barbara Pravi “Voilà (France)
  • #20 Elena Tsagrinou “El Diablo” (Cyprus)
  • #21 Gjon’s Tears “Tout l’Univers” (Switzerland)
  • #23 Daði og Gagnamagnið “10 Years” (Iceland)
  • #27 Go_A “Shum” (Ukraine)
  • #28 Blind Channel “Dark Side” (Finland)
  • #31 Destiny “Je Me Casse” (Malta)
  • #39 The Roop “Discoteque” (Lithuania)
  • #41 TIX “Fallen Angel” (Norway)
  • #47 Efendi “Mata Hari” (Azerbaijan)
  • #78 Eden Alene “Set Me Free” (Israel)
  • #79 Stefania “Last Dance” (Greece)
  • #80 Senhit feat. Flo Rida “Adrenalina” (San Marino)
  • #84 Manizha “Russian Woman” (Russia)
  • #97 James Newman “Embers” (United Kingdom)

Duncan Laurence’s “Arcade” is at #38. Måneskin’s “I WANNA BE YOUR SLAVE” is at #49.

Switzerland

He secured Switzerland’s best Eurovision result in 28 years, and joint second-highest placing since Céline Dion’s 1988 victory. And Gjon’s Tears has been justly rewarded with a #1 in the Swiss charts.

  • #1 Gjon’s Tears “Tout l’Univers” (Switzerland)
  • #2 Måneskin “Zitti e buoni” (Italy)
  • #24 Barbara Pravi “Voilà (France)
  • #36 Go_A “Shum” (Ukraine)
  • #39 Blind Channel “Dark Side” (Finland)
  • #66 Tusse “Voices” (Sweden)
  • #80 Daði og Gagnamagnið “10 Years” (Iceland)
  • #83 Destiny “Je Me Casse” (Malta)

Duncan Laurence’s “Arcade” is at #16. Gjon’s Tears’ “Répondez-moi” re-enters that chart at #42. Måneskin’s “I WANNA BE YOUR SLAVE” is at #57.

United Kingdom

Of all 41 competing countries, the UK is arguably the hardest market to crack. But this year eight entries have managed to sneak into the Official Singles Chart Top 100. Top of the bunch is Italy’s Måneskin at #17 — the highest-charting Eurovision winner since “Heroes” in 2015.
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  • #17 Måneskin “Zitti e buoni” (Italy)
  • #43 Daði og Gagnamagnið “10 Years” (Iceland)
  • #47 James Newman “Embers” (United Kingdom)
  • #59 Go_A “Shum” (Ukraine)
  • #62 Barbara Pravi “Voilà (France)
  • #66 Blind Channel “Dark Side” (Finland)
  • #86 Elena Tsagrinou “El Diablo” (Cyprus)
  • #93 Gjon’s Tears “Tout l’Univers” (Switzerland)

Måneskin’s “I WANNA BE YOUR SLAVE” is at #83.

How are your favourite acts faring commercially? Will any continue to climb? Let us know in the comments below.

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Ralf0711
Ralf0711
3 months ago

Spain official singles charts 30.may
# 16 Zitti e buoni
# 60 Voila
# 84 I wanna be your slave (Maneskin)

albums:
# 16 Teatro d´Ira Vol.1 (Maneskin)
# 45 Il ballo della vita (Maneskin)

Ralf0711
Ralf0711
3 months ago

Portugal official singles charts 30.may
# 7 Zitti e buoni
# 16 (18) Arcade
# 44 Love is on my side
# 50 Voila
# 51 I wanna be your slave (Maneskin)
# 91 Coraline (Maneskin)
# 118 Tout l´universe
# 138 Torna a casa (Maneskin)
# 170 Vent`anni (Maneskin)

ESC fan
ESC fan
3 months ago

On the Billboard Global 200, “Zitti e buoni” peaked at #26, “I Wanna Be Your Slave” at #144, “Voilà” at #148, and “Shum” at #158: https://www.billboard.com/charts/billboard-global-200

Last edited 3 months ago by ESC fan
stefanos
stefanos
3 months ago

Its nice to see that so many Eurovision songsare in the UK Top 100.It is hovever infuriating that despite their , and the contests obvious popularity that they are never heard on the main BBC stations or playlists.If these songs recieved proper airplay then they would all go onto be huge hits.Verka serducka ,Swedens Undo,Lordi`s winner ,all went into the charts following the contest but due to prejudice in the media and lack of airplay the songs did not advance further in the chart.Every year we are bombarded by the same diggy loo/bim bam type entries from decades back on… Read more »

Darren Forster
Darren Forster
3 months ago

I’m surprised with the amount of times I’ve played Jendrik on iTunes this week the German entry isn’t in the UK charts. That was such a gimmicky and funny song – it so reminded me of when Jedward won Britains Got Talent – but much better!

Jonas
Jonas
3 months ago
Reply to  Darren Forster

Jedward were never on Britain’s Got Talent.

Sven
Sven
3 months ago

Can please wiwi team post some news about colabs, i know there are a lot of speculations and rumors but the I saw Kateryna confirmed colabs with Blind Channel, Maneskin, Montaigne and Gjon’s Tears, also I saw post from Montaigne she said they are in process to figure out how to colab with Go_A since they live too far away from each other. And I know gor the fact Gjon and Kateryna (and the band) been planning to collaborate for 1,5 year, since their friendship started last year, in latest Gjons post he said he can’t wait for his and… Read more »

Nick
Nick
3 months ago
Reply to  Sven

Damiano and Kateryna now follow each other on personal accounts on Insta since last night,
I bet they’re preparing a colab lol

Polegend Godgarina
Polegend Godgarina
3 months ago

måneskin are stable on the charts so next week they might even reach new peaks in some markets. btw, zitti e buoni also debuted in the following official charts:
croatia (airplay) #25
greece #1
iceland #9
lithuania #1
czech republic #13
slovakia #37
slovenia (airplay) #33

filipko54
filipko54
3 months ago

Also Shum is #55 in Czech Republic

ESC Stan
ESC Stan
3 months ago

Good on James for racking some of those markets. Just goes to show that nul points doesn’t mean nul love.

Alfonso Moreno Domínguez
Alfonso Moreno Domínguez
3 months ago

It kinda pisses me that Gjon is doing so well but televoters didn’t even put Switzerland in the top 5

Polegend Godgarina
Polegend Godgarina
3 months ago

well… voilà, shum, dark side and 10 years are outstreaming him so it makes sense he was 6th in the public vote lol

Darren Forster
Darren Forster
3 months ago

I think one problem with the current televoting system is that many people now watch things like Eurovision on demand and so by the time they get to voting the time has already gone. I went to vote for Germany this year but as we were watching it on BBC iPlayer by the time I went to vote it told me the lines had already closed. I wonder if it would be better in future if they had a longer voting window for televoting to say give people watching on demand 24 hours to vote – say put the acts… Read more »

Azaad
Azaad
3 months ago
Reply to  Darren Forster

How would the voting section work though?

Jonas
Jonas
3 months ago
Reply to  Darren Forster

I would hate that, it would change everything and ruin the excitement.

Poppa
Poppa
3 months ago

Cyprus doing well in the charts on Europe and yet finished really low on the scoreboard. Weird.

Eugenie
Eugenie
3 months ago

It’s interesting how well does Hooverphonic in charts. It sometimes does better than winner.

Giolo
Giolo
3 months ago
Reply to  Eugenie

Unfortunately, only in Belgium 🙁

Berta
Berta
3 months ago

fun fact:
Spanish juries put Finland in 23 place , Ukraine in 25 and Italy in 13 place….

Nick
Nick
3 months ago
Reply to  Berta

pure shame I would say 🙁

Leo
Leo
3 months ago

And yet there are still people who think Eurovision is a joke and the songs are failures

CyxCy
CyxCy
3 months ago

As in France we have our own logic, Céphaz is a hit with “On a mangé le soleil”. : D

(He was also a guest of “Taratata “ last week, where I discovered the band The Luka State * hey the United Kingdom are you looking for a new lease of life? Well this band is good! *)

Otherwise other than that I’m surprised Maneskin isn’t number 1 in Italy. But hey, I suppose it’s also another logic.

Last edited 3 months ago by CyxCy
Lucas
Lucas
3 months ago
Reply to  CyxCy

Unfortunately, in France, and I don’t know why, poeple mostly listen to rap, and It’s kinda sad to see that there is 0 diversity in our charts.. We deserve more diversity in term of music ?

Zed
Zed
3 months ago
Reply to  CyxCy

Sanremo was ages ago so Zitti e Buoni was on top 50 since march. And they had Amici finale a week before Eurovision and it’s way more popular than Eurovision in Italy (#1 is from Amici).

Francesca
Francesca
3 months ago
Reply to  CyxCy

We have been listening to zitti e buoni since March, so maybe that’s why ?

Alvaro
Alvaro
3 months ago

Yes, so glad Måneskin is doing great, and so are Blind Channel, Daði, Barbara, Go_A and Gjon! 😀

Last edited 3 months ago by Alvaro
Ted
Ted
3 months ago

The Midweek chart update announced tonight (Monday 31st May 2021) has:

42 James Newman – Embers
69 Dadi Freya – 10 years
90 Maneskin – Zitti e buoni

Of course, this could change by Friday evening when the official chart is announced but it’s positive that a eurovision song gets to spend 2 weeks on the singles chart here in the UK

Sot
Sot
3 months ago

It never gets old to see Eurovision songs having success outside the contest bubble

ROXELANA
ROXELANA
3 months ago

We listen to Shum, Mata Hari and Russian Woman in our car so loud hahaha and everytime we are like “Siyu Siyu Siyu Siyu, Ma Ma Ma Mata Hari and Boryutsya, Boryutsya.. every Russian woman needs to know”

Last edited 3 months ago by ROXELANA
Matt
Matt
3 months ago

I’ve been enjoying I wanna be your slave a lot this week, happy to see it popping up in the charts

Stephanie
3 months ago

So good to see the Class of 2021 doing well over a week after ESC. No matter who you supported, let’s wish everyone the best

Pasta Blanche
Pasta Blanche
3 months ago

The Lithuanian top 10 is entirely Eurovision/Maneskin

https://www.agata.lt/lt/naujienos/21s/

Sale
Sale
3 months ago

French people really not supporting their entry Voila. They were 2nd lol very weird since it’s a magnificient song. Any french here to explain to us?

Anne Marie
Anne Marie
3 months ago
Reply to  Sale

I am not French but probably because the French don’t really care so much for the ESC

Bimbamboom
Bimbamboom
3 months ago
Reply to  Sale

Voilà has been 1st all Eurovision week before the grand final from Monday to Sunday I would say.
Actually, the charts are pretty empty and 24 position is still quite strong for a “classic ballad/french chanson”.
Also, the fact that only 2 Eurovision related songs figure out in France’s charts absolutely does’t reflect a disinterest : last weekend, I counted around 20 of the 2021 class in the top 100. That’s just how it goes with countries that have big marquets which is the same for Italy, the UK I suppose.

Bimbamboom
Bimbamboom
3 months ago
Reply to  Bimbamboom

Markets*

CyxCy
CyxCy
3 months ago
Reply to  Sale

  Bimbamboom has said it all. But I would add two elements: the first is that in France there are certain songs that remain at the top of sales for a very long time. For example currently we can see “Beau-Papa”, a song by Vianney which was released last year. That leaves less space for new things. The second element is that we have almost more TV shows in France where singers can come and do their promotion. And the videoclips that air on TV are always the same, because the big labels are the rule. Suddenly everyone tends to… Read more »

JeyDelRey
JeyDelRey
3 months ago
Reply to  CyxCy

Exactly. And yeah, Voilà was first during Eurovision week, and it was also first back in January after C’est vous qui décidez. Also, on May 24, there were 4 ESC entries in the French top 10 : Voilà (1), Zitti e buoni (7), Tout l’univers (8), and Shum (10).

Grft
Grft
3 months ago
Reply to  JeyDelRey

Voilà has NEVER been first in the French charts. Voilà has actually never charted in France, it’s the very first week it does (and probably the only one). It was #1 on iTunes in January and last week though, which is the thing you are talking about I guess. But iTunes is not representative of the current music market at all. In the overall chart (streaming+sales) Voilà’s peak will thus be #24. That’s pretty sad.

herveraim
herveraim
3 months ago
Reply to  CyxCy

Fun fact: I’m French and I currently live in France as well. Believe me or not but I’ve never heard of Vianney’s song “Beau-papa”! As to the question why Barbara (and other ESC songs) do not do great in French charts, well, my guess is that the French market is saturated with (often mediocre) songs produced by all mighty major music labels. Mainstream music is everywhere but “Fringe” music can hardly reach an audience. My other guess is that France is paradoxically full of niche markets (rap/urban/electro/lounge etc.) This leaves little room for ESC songs I think… except if ESC… Read more »

Last edited 3 months ago by herveraim
CyxCy
CyxCy
3 months ago
Reply to  herveraim

Living in France and never having heard “Beau-papa”, bravo, it’s a real performance, so much is served to us everywhere, all the time and in all sauces. I turn on the radio (“Et si l’averse nous touche toi et mouaaaaaah”), I do my shopping, in the loudspeakers of the store (“On la traverse à deux, à troiiiiis”) , the garbage truck passes in the street ( “Prends ma main de beau-papaaaaaaaaaaaa”) Herveraim you are my hero. Go get the trophy, we have the real winner!

herveraim
herveraim
3 months ago
Reply to  CyxCy

I’m not a caveman though 🙂 But still, it’s the truth ! When you work from home and never have to commute, when you never watch mainstream TV channels and never listen to popular radio stations, when Spotify suggestions range from Brian Ferry to Jahn Teigen, on peut clairement passer à côté de Vianney !

Darren Forster
Darren Forster
3 months ago
Reply to  CyxCy

In Britain our charts are pretty meaningless – songs do come and go quickly and it’s hard to get in our charts – mainly because our charts are pretty much controlled by Bauer Media. Most of the chart is based on radio airplay – which when Bauer own pretty much all local stations under the “Greatest Hits Radio” (although they really should add an S to the beginning of Hits to get a more accurate name) name (and many others including Rock FM, City FM, Hits Radio (Key 103), Absolute Radio, etc)… then what Bauer plays gets in the top… Read more »

Sandrine
Sandrine
3 months ago
Reply to  Sale

I am French living overseas and have to be honest, it is a good song by Barbara Pravi but I couldn’t support that entry at all since it has been selected by the French audience of C’est Vous Qui Décidez because it wasn’t strong enough compared to the other entries. I understand Barbara Pravi has sold out concerts in Paris and is bound to tour in the coming months but she doesn’t have the huge reception she should have compared to other European artists. Her television appearances may help boost her musical career in France. I wish her a good… Read more »

Grft
Grft
3 months ago

Why isn’t France supporting their Eurovision entry wtfff

Bimbamboom
Bimbamboom
3 months ago
Reply to  Grft

Sadly, there isn’t a lot of major radios which airs “classic ballad/french chanson” nowadays as their main focus is more on pop and commercial genre I would say. But that doesn’t mean there’s any support from the general public here : Voilà was a Youtube trend during the whole last week and this song especially has the strengh to attract the whole sections of a family, speaking both to “older” viewers as well as a younger audience not necesserally confident with the “chanson genre” as a lot of comments on social media could suggest. Barbara already explained that she perfectly… Read more »

Blackcat
Blackcat
3 months ago
Reply to  Grft

They’re tired of it as well.

Valentino
Valentino
3 months ago
Reply to  Grft

They actually supported Amir after Eurovision. But I guess they do so only for pop music but not classical ones.

Darren
3 months ago

Been obsessed with Duncan’s song “Feel Something” that he performed as the opening act for semi 1. Great bop and a great comeback to Eurovision for him too.