Eurovision 2018 finished only a few days ago, and the vast majority of the songs which took part in this year’s competition are now charting all over the world – on iTunes, Apple Music, Spotify, etc. Let’s take a look at all of them:
Netta – Toy
The winner of this year’s Eurovision is also charting as number one on various music platforms in Israel, Malta, Estonia, Sweden and Iceland. She’s in second place in Greece and Cyprus (just behind Eleni’s “Fuego”), and in Finland as well. She’s also in the top ten in Germany, Bulgaria, Portugal, Austria, Norway, The Netherlands, Lithuania, Malta, Spain, Slovenia and the Czech Republic. It’s also in the top 20 in Belgium, Denmark, Ireland, Greece, France, Switzerland, Poland, Russia, the United Kingdom, Latvia, Hungary and Moldova, and top 50 in Italy, Australia, Armenia, Azerbaijan and Romania. When it comes to non-participating countries, “Toy” is number 13 in Luxembourg, 44 in Turkey, 60 in Usbekistan, 152 in Kazakhstan, 171 in South Africa, and 178 in Slovakia.
Eleni Foureira – Fuego
Even though she finished behind Netta, Eleni is topping the iTunes charts in Greece, Cyprus, Spain, Estonia and Armenia. Including other music platforms, she charts in the top ten in Israel, Finland, The Netherlands, Portugal, Ireland, Sweden, Lithuania, Malta, Spain, Slovenia and Denmark as well. This song is top 20 in Norway, Austria, Switzerland, Germany and Hungary, and in the top 50 in Poland, United Kingdom, Belgium, Italy, Bulgaria, Moldova, Denmark, Latvia and Belarus. When it comes to non-participating countries, Eleni is number 25 on iTunes in Luxembourg, number 36 on iTunes in Bermuda and 117 in Turkey, just one place ahead of Netta.
Cesar Sampson – Nobody But You
Even though Cesar had a minor support with the public, his song made the charts in over 30 countries. “Nobody But You” is number one in the Austrian iTunes, it’s third in Luxembourg and Norway, and fourth in Sweden. Taking other music platforms into account, his song is charting in the top ten also in Switzerland, The Netherlands, Spain, Denmark, Lithuania, Estonia and Iceland. When it comes to non-participating countries, apart from being number 3 in iTunes in Luxembourg, it’s also number 35 in Bermuda, and 60 in Bahrain.
Michael Schulte – You Let Me Walk Alone
The German entry made the number 1 on iTunes in Germany and Luxembourg. It’s in second place in Denmark and in the Netherlands, third in Austria and Portugal. Michael’s entry is also in the top ten in Cyprus, Switzerland, Spain, Norway and Iceland as well, including other platforms. Apart from Luxembourg, this song is not charting in any other non-participating country.
Ermal Meta & Fabrizio Moro – Non mi avete fatto niente
Even though the Italian entry scored the third best result in televoting this year, it failed to make the top 10 in any of the charts. Their highest position is number 13 in the Swiss iTunes, followed by Luxembourg (#19), Norway (#25), and then their home country Italy (#27). In Apple Music it’s currently number 41 in Italy, whilst in Cyprus it’s in position 28, and 37 in Estonia.
Mikolas Josef – Lie To Me
Unlike the Italian entry, Mikolas made number 1 at least in his homeland, the Czech Republic. His song is currently number 2 in Austrian iTunes, and number 3 in Estonia and Greece. His song charts in the top 10 in Germany, Sweden, Iceland and Lithuania as well on other music platforms. Outside of the participating countries, his song made it to number 48 in Apple Music in Luxembourg.
Benjamin Ingrosso – Dance You Off
Even though Benjamin Ingrosso’s entry flopped in televoting on the night, it is the most streamed song on Spotify in Lithuania. Even in his homeland, his entry is currently number 2 in Apple Music and number 3 on iTunes. The song also charts in the top ten in Spain, Finland, Norway, Denmark, Estonia and Iceland.
Elina Nechayeva – La Forza
“La Forza” is only charting in the top 10 in Estonia, as it is currently number 4 on their iTunes, and number 9 on Apple Music. In the top 100 we find this song in the Norwegian, Dutch, Spanish, French and Swiss iTunes, as well as in the Greek, Finnish, Swedish, Cypriot and Portuguese Apple Music.
Rasmussen – Higher Ground
The televoting winner of the second semi final is charting as number 1 in the Danish and Swedish iTunes. “Higher Ground” is number 2 in Finland, number 4 in Norway, and also charts in the top 20 in various platforms in the Netherlands, Switzerland, Austria, Luxembourg and Germany.
DoReDos – My Lucky Day
Moldova’s entry made it to the top 20 in iTunes in Russia, Armenia and Finland, whilst in their own country they are charting in 21st place.
Eugent Bushpepa – Mall
The Albanian entry made it to the top 200 in three countries only – it’s currently number 141 in the Austrian iTunes, 145 in the Spanish iTunes, and 196 in Swedish Apple Music.
Ieva Zasimauskaite – When We’re Old
Ieva has made the number 1 in her own country’s iTunes. Apart from this, taking into account all music platforms, her entry is in the top 20 in Sweden and Estonia, and in the top 50 in Austria, Germany, Ireland, Spain and Denmark.
Madame Monsieur – Mercy
The highest charting position after Eurovision, Madame Monsieur have in France, as they are currently number 3 in the French iTunes. This song only made it to the top 10 in Sweden in Lithuania if we take into account every music platform. It’s in the top 50 in Norway, Luxembourg, Switzerland, Estonia, Finland, Denmark, Poland and Belgium as well.
Equinox – Bones
“Bones” failed to make number 1, as the highest position of this song is number 2 in the Bulgaria (iTunes), which is also the only country where this song charts in the top 10. The song is in the top 20 in various platforms in Greece, Lithuania and Estonia, and in the top 50 in Luxembourg, Norway, Finland, Greece, Cyprus, Iceland and Sweden.
Alexander Rybak – That’s How You Write A Song
The only country in which Rybak’s entry is charting in the top 10 is his own – Norway (number 6 on Apple Music). His song is in the top 20 in the Netherlands, and in the top 50 in Denmark, Sweden, Greece, Spain, Austria, Finland, Estonia, Lithuania and Cyprus. When it comes to non-participating countries, Rybak is number 22 in iTunes in Peru, and number 26 in Luxembourg.
Ryan O’Shaughnessy – Together
The only country in which Ryan has made the top 20 in the charts is in Ireland, as his song is number 1 in the Irish iTunes. He made the top 50 on various platforms in the Netherlands, Denmark, Austria, Sweden, Germany, Spain, the United Kingdom, Portugal, Lithuania, Estonia and Iceland.
Mélovin – Under The Ladder
Mélovin made the top 50 in two countries only, but in both of them his song is at the top of the charts, as he is number 1 in his home country Ukraine, as well as in Belarus. We find his song in the top 100 in Norway, Austria, Sweden, Lithuania, Russia, Czech Republic, Denmark and Finland. When it comes to non-participating countries, “Under The Ladder” is number 144 in iTunes in Kazakhstan.
Waylon – Outlaw In ‘Em
Waylon’s entry has made it to the top 25 in two countries – The Netherlands, and Moldova, and in both it’s in number 5 on iTunes. If we look at the top 50, we can also find his song in Sweden, Austria, Denmark, Finland, Norway and Lithuania.
Sanja Ilic & Balkanika – Nova deca
The Serbian entry has made the top 100 in three countries only, all in iTunes – it’s number 17 in Armenia, 68 in Poland, and 80 in Luxembourg.
Jessica Mauboy – We Got Love
Despite scoring the least number of televotes in the Grand Final, Jessica’s entry has made it to the top ten in four countries. In Malta the song is 2nd on iTunes, in Australia 4th, in Cyprus 6th and in Portugal 8th. We can also find this song in the top 25 in Sweden, Denmark, Norway, the Netherlands and Lithuania.
AWS – Viszlat nyar
The Hungarian entry is the 40th most streamed song on Spotify in Hungary, and it is also charting as number 47 in Apple Music in Hungary. The only other countries where the song is charting in the top 200 are Belarus (101), Sweden (141) and Austria (185).
Lea Sirk – Hvala, ne!
The highest position Lea managed to score in the charts is number 24 in Slovenia’s iTunes. “Hvala, ne!” is also in the top 50 in Sweden and Norway, and in the top 100 in Austria, Estonia, Finland and Iceland.
Amaia & Alfred – Tu canción
The only country where this song is in the top 25 is Spain, as “Tu canción” is number 13 in the Spanish iTunes. Taking into account all platforms, the song charts in the top 50 in Lithuania and Estonia, and in the top 100 in the Netherlands, Austria, Finland, Sweden and Iceland.
SuRie – Storm
The highest position this song has is number 14 in the UK iTunes. Apart from the UK, “Storm” is in the top 25 in Sweden as well. In the top 50 we find this song in Ireland, Austria, the Netherlands, Switzerland, Norway and Germany as well. Outside of the Eurovision world, the song charts at number 29 in Peru as well.
Saara Aalto – Monsters
Even though Saara finished second-to-last and failed to impress both the juries and the televoters, the song is rather successful around Europe. We find it in number 1 in her own Finland, and is in the top ten in Moldova as well (7th). “Monsters” is in the top 25 in various platforms in Armenia and Estonia, as well as in the top 50 in Norway, Denmark, Sweden, Lithuania and Iceland.
Claudia Pascoal – O jardim
The home entry finished in last place in the Grand Final, but is still charting as number 11 in Portugal. Apart from her home country, Claudia’s song is also in the top 25 in Spain and Lithuania, and in the top 100 in Sweden, the Netherlands, Luxembourg and Germany.
Entries that failed to qualify for the Final
When it comes to the songs which failed to qualify for the Grand Final, not taking into account where the songs chart in their own countries, the highest charting positions are:
- Alekseev – Forever – number 1 in Azerbaijan
- Sennek – A Matter Of Time – number 31 in Lithuania
- Yianna Terzi – Oniro mou – number 38 in Cyprus
- Gromee feat. Lukas Meijer – Light Me Up – number 129 in Sweden
- Laura Rizzotto – Funny Girl – number 130 in Lithuania
- Franka – Crazy – number 145 in Lithuania
- Zibbz – Stones – number 147 in Lithuania
- Aisel – X My Heart – number 153 in Lithuania
- Christabelle – Taboo – number 170 in Finland
- Sevak Khanagyan – Qami – number 190 in Sweden