Eurovision 2022 may be over, but plenty of its songs are still reaching the masses, as we can see on the Billboard Global 200 chart.

As Billboard explains, “the chart ranks the top songs globally and is based on digital sales and online streaming from over 200 territories worldwide.”

For the week of 28 May 2022, Harry Styles once again finds himself at the top with “As It Was” (the only song to beat the UK’s Sam Ryder and “Space Man” on the official UK charts this week).

Behind him we have Kendrick Lamar with “N95” and Bad Bunny with “Moscow Mule”.

And further down the list we’ve spotted three acts from Eurovision 2022: Ukraine’s Kalush Orchestra, the UK’s Sam Ryder, and Spain’s Chanel.

The Ukrainians lead the way for Eurovision stars. Their winning song “Stefania” debuts on the list at #85 — just behind Ed Sheeran’s “Perfect” and just ahead of The Kid LAROI’s “Thousand Miles”.

Further down the list, Sam Ryder’s “Space Man” has hit #93 (moving him ahead of Charlie Puth’s “Light Switch” and Doja Cat’s “Kiss Me More”).

Down at #151 we have Chanel’s “SloMo”, which is one spot ahead of Sia’s “Unstoppable”.

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Alex
Alex
1 month ago

They are not doing as well as last year’s entries…

Fatima
Fatima
1 month ago

I’m disappointed that, for all the bluster about changing attitudes, there are not more Eurovision songs in the UK charts. Scott Mills, Rylan Clark, play some on your shows.

stefan
stefan
1 month ago

I believe Italy’s “Brividi” also peaked at 15 on the same chart following its release.

Jess
Jess
1 month ago

It’s nice to see people are still streaming Eurovision songs. Space Man and SloMo have consistent streaming numbers post-contest even though the fandom said were overrated. Space Man entered the Spotify Viral 50 in Japan at one point last week.

Ellen
Ellen
1 month ago

I see a lot of people still trying to convince everyone that ‘Stefania’ is the best ESC song ever. Just stop being ridiculous hypocrites. It would have never won Eurovision if that inhuman war didn’t happen.

Colono
Colono
1 month ago
Reply to  Ellen

I think you should get over it. They won, it’s over.

Ellen
Ellen
1 month ago
Reply to  Colono

I know it’s over, contrary to the people that keep overcomplimenting ‘Stefania’ and convincing everyone its victory was fair and square. That’s just my 3rd comment here on Ukraine victory

The Voice of Reason
The Voice of Reason
1 month ago
Reply to  Colono

They didn’t though. The UK won fair and square. The Ukraine won fair and circle.

Thallo
Thallo
1 month ago

It was proved that Spain would’ve won if Ukraine didn’t participate.

The UK would’ve come 2nd in either scenario.

Sova
1 month ago
Reply to  Thallo

Serbia would be in top 3

Jonas
Jonas
1 month ago
Reply to  Thallo

There’s no way of ever knowing where those 400 televote points would have gone if not to Ukraine… so you’re both wrong, in my opinion.

Jesper Hjellnes
Jesper Hjellnes
1 month ago
Reply to  Ellen

In Eurovision anything can happen, so for all we know, Stefania could have won even without the war. It’s an amazing song and would definitely have received a high score in the televote anyway

Ellen
Ellen
1 month ago

Keep being delusional. Without the war, Ukraine would just be around 5-10. Chanel or Sam would have won.

Kiki
Kiki
1 month ago
Reply to  Ellen

totally agree… Without war Ukraine had no chance of winning

The Voice of Reason
The Voice of Reason
1 month ago

It’s top 10 material but definitely NOT winner material. Though, Alina Pash’s ‘Shadows of Forgotten Ancestors’ may have done even better!

Ana
Ana
1 month ago
Reply to  Ellen

I guess you are the booty hypnotic fan? Damn that song was beyond awful.

Orpheus
Orpheus
1 month ago
Reply to  Ana

Be careful about speaking the truth here. Some people will just never accept music is supposed to be heard with your ears and heart – not with your eyes and crotch.

Ellen
Ellen
1 month ago
Reply to  Ana

Yeah, but mostly a proud ‘Space Man’ stan. At least ‘SloMo’ is less awful than Kalush Orchestra victory based on Europeans pity.

musica
musica
1 month ago
Reply to  Ellen

What are you trying to prove? Maybe Stefania wouldn’t have won without the war. Maybe Rise Like a Phoenix wouldn’t have won if it was sung by someone else. Maybe Dima Bilan didn’t win purely based on his song. There’s always other circumstances involved. Get over it, and accept that Europe chose Kalush.

Fatima
Fatima
1 month ago
Reply to  Ellen

It isn’t the best song ever, but it was probably the biggest moment ever in the contest. Those six lads singing their hearts, out having crawled over broken glass to even get on the Eurovision stage. I don’t see any reason why we should complain that televoters (i.e. us) reacted in the way they did.

Emilio
Emilio
1 month ago
Reply to  Ellen

And if my aunt had balls, she would have been my uncle…

What does it even mean “Ukraine would have never won without the war”! The war is there, and Ukraine won, period!

Stop with these nonsense hypothetical scenarios that are totally pointless.

Hannah
Hannah
1 month ago

Good

Alex
Alex
1 month ago

I think it’s now safe to say, and we should all agree that Stefania is the greatest ESC song of all time. Waterloo comes close second. Eurohoria rounds up the top 3. Ukrainian result had nothing, and I can’t stress enough – NOTHING to do with the war, as they would have probably got even more points had the situation been different. In fact, next year should be non-competitive and Stefania should be proclaimed the first ever consecutive winner song. That’s how one of a kind it is. Period! P.S. Have I mentioned that this has nothing to do with… Read more »

Sven
Sven
1 month ago
Reply to  Alex

Russian troll detected

BadWoolfGirl
BadWoolfGirl
1 month ago
Reply to  Sven

Troll, yes but I don’t think they’re Russian. They wouldn’t be this happy about Stefania winning

Sven
Sven
1 month ago
Reply to  BadWoolfGirl

they’re not happy, they’re clearly trolling the song

Fatima
Fatima
1 month ago
Reply to  Alex

What’s “Eurohoria”? Not heard that one.

Alex
Alex
1 month ago
Reply to  Alex

P.S. To this ”troll’s” mind Russian politics (one of the most undignifying in the history of politics since history is being recorded) does not equal all of its artists. This ”troll” would never set foot in Russia in their lifetime due to the lack of respect for human rights in that uncivilised country. Not every reaction equals to taking sides. This ”troll” is on the side of Eurovision and sees beyond what meets the eye. To this ”troll” casting a vote at Eurovision and in that way showing support for a country broken by unrest and weapons means nothing. This… Read more »

Thallo
Thallo
1 month ago

What an achievement. It’s incredible seeing a song in Ukrainian chart so high. The last Ukrainian song I remember that charted internationally was Plakala by KAZKA.

I hope Kalush can make an international career out of their Eurovision win before May 2023. I know they have more obvious things to worry about right now, but I’m afraid their name will start to fade. Let’s just hope Europe remembers their name and streams their future music, no matter when they release a new song.

Yana
1 month ago
Reply to  Thallo

Actually, Ukraine’s Go A was in Billboard charts last year too.

Clara
Clara
1 month ago

Further proof that people actually liked Ukraine’s entry, and it wasn’t a pity vote.

Thallo
Thallo
1 month ago
Reply to  Clara

Ukraine won due to the war, period.

Denying the effect the war had on Europe’s televoting this year is ridiculous. The song is great by the way, but come on, don’t deny the obvious.

AMAAN STORM
AMAAN STORM
1 month ago
Reply to  Thallo

I dislike it immensely when people put Ukraines success solely down to ‘sympathy’ votes. It was more than just sympathy. The song itsself would’ve made the top 5 without the sympathy aspect because it was a hard hitting song, melodically cultural in sound, performed amazingly and staged beautifully. It’s one of those songs that works really well on a large stage, but could also translate well to a street performance. Kalush have that perfect performance that works across all platforms. The fact that they have even charted in the UK top 40 is incredible in itsself. Non British Eurovision songs… Read more »

ESCVictorIn2999
ESCVictorIn2999
1 month ago
Reply to  Thallo

Absent the war I suspect Ukraine would have received an exaggerated version of what they got last year. A strong finish among televoters and a flop among the juries.

Nick
Nick
1 month ago

cool how top 3 starts with ‘S’ 😀

Stefania * Spaceman * Slomo

btw Sam said in few interviews he dreams to colab with Kalush guys and they’re sending demos to each other, hope we will see it as interval act of esc2023 please

Ellie
Ellie
1 month ago

Is Stefania now the highest charting Ukrainian song (ever, not just for ESC songs)? If I recall correctly, it’s done better than Shum.

Sven
Sven
1 month ago
Reply to  Ellie

Stefania trending in charts that’s what i love to see, such amazing and unique song, a dope

Bonny
Bonny
1 month ago

Eurovision 2022 top 10 is amazing plus the Netherlands, I simply adore the contest 🙂

Jonas
Jonas
1 month ago

I don’t really get Harry Styles. I mean, it’s very admirable that he doesn’t care about what a “man” should be wearing or doing… but it just feels put together by corporate stylists to me. Damiano David is the real thing.

Am I wrong? I could be wrong.

ete sech
ete sech
1 month ago
Reply to  Jonas

Though I’m liking Harry’s new songs I also feel that part of him to be off, like too manufactured and annoying while Damiano comes off as more genuine in that aspect

Jonas
Jonas
1 month ago
Reply to  ete sech

Yeah, like it’s for publicity or just to build some sort of Bowie-like persona. Maybe it doesn’t matter what the reasons are if it’s doing some sort of good.

Hannah
Hannah
1 month ago
Reply to  Jonas

I was cringing listening to the radio earlier as Harry Styles was in the BBC Live Lounge and he did a cover called “Wet Dream” and the lyrics were exactly as you would expect. I don’t understand the hype but every song from his album will be in the charts this week.

Jonas
Jonas
1 month ago
Reply to  Hannah

Most people only listen to what they are spoonfed by celebrity culture. This is why I really don’t care about charts, and why the achievement of Kalush Orchestra at 85 is actually more impressive than Harry at number one.

AMAAN STORM
AMAAN STORM
1 month ago
Reply to  Jonas

100% THIS!

Fatima
Fatima
1 month ago
Reply to  Jonas

Good luck to Harry but he wouldn’t last five minutes on the Eurovision stage