Eurovision NI’s Spotify Wrapped Top 100 Songs of 2019!

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This week digital music streaming service Spotify released its annual ‘Wrapped’ feature which allows subscribers to view which songs, artists and genres of music have been their most listened to throughout the year. No surprises that 100% of our most listened to songs in 2019 were by Eurovision artists or artists from Eurovision selection shows. Read on to find out which made our top 100 most streamed songs.

Dominating our top 100 were songs from the 2019 Contest with the top ten featuring nine songs from this year’s Eurovision Song Contest. Our most listened to song was ‘Soldi’ by 2019’s second place singer, Italy’s Mahmood. Spain’s entry ‘La Venda’ by Miki placed second and Eurovision 2019 champ Duncan Laurence came in third with ‘Arcade’. The other song that didn’t feature at Eurovision and in tenth place was from Swedish selection show Melodifestivalen (‘I Love It’ by Oscar Enestad).

Melfest featured heavily with 26 songs from the Swedish national final in the Top 100. A number of follow up tracks from our favourite Eurovision singers also featured, including three songs from Benjamin Ingrosso who was our most listened to artist.

Eurovision NI’s Spotify Wrapped Top 100 2019

  1. Mahmood- ‘Soldi’ (Italy, 2019)
  2. Miki- ‘La Venda’ (Spain, 2019)
  3. Duncan Laurence- ‘Arcade’ (The Netherlands, 2019)
  4. Eliot- ‘Wake Up’ (Belgium, 2019)
  5. Kate Miller Heidke- ‘Zero Gravity’ (Australia, 2019)
  6. John Lundvik- ‘Too Late for Love’ (Sweden, 2019)
  7. Luca Hanni- ‘She Got Me’ (Switzerland, 2019)
  8. KEiiNO- ‘Spirit in the Sky’ (Norway, 2019)
  9. Tamta- ‘Replay’ (Cyprus, 2019)
  10. Oscar Enestad- ‘I Love It’ (Melfest, 2019)
  11. Liamoo and Hanna Ferm- ‘Hold You’ (Melfest, 2019)
  12. Benjamin Ingrosso- ‘Dance You Off’ (Sweden, 2018)
  13. Sarah McTernan- ’22’ (Ireland, 2019)
  14. Chingiz- ‘Truth’ (Azerbaijan, 2019)
  15. Anna Bergendahl- ‘Ashes to Ashes’ (Melfest, 2019)
  16. Bilal Hassani- ‘Roi’ (France, 2019)
  17. Benjamin Ingrosso- ‘Behave’ (Subsequent release)
  18. Sergey Lazarev- ‘Scream’ (Russia, 2019)
  19. Margaret- ‘Tempo’ (Melfest, 2019)
  20. Katherine Duska- ‘Better Love’ (Greece, 2019)
  21. Benjamin Ingrosso & Felix Sandman- ‘Tror Du Att Han Bryr Sig’ (Subsequent release)
  22. Hatari- ‘Hatrid Mun Sigra’ (Iceland, 2019)
  23. Malou Prytz- ‘I Do Me’ (Melfest, 2019)
  24. Robin Bengtsson- ‘I Can’t Go On’ (Sweden, 2017g
  25. Lake Malawi- ‘Friend of a Friend’ (Czech Republic, 2019)
  26. Victor Crone- ‘Storm’ (Estonia, 2019)
  27. MARUV- ‘Siren Song’ (Ukraine, 2019)
  28. Michela- ‘Chameleon’ (Malta, 2019)
  29. Ilse DeLange- ‘Lay Your Weapons Down’ (Subsequent release)
  30. Joci Papai- ‘Az en apam’ (Hungary, 2019)
  31. Nano- ‘Chasing Rivers’ (Melfest, 2019)
  32. Zalagaspar- ‘Sebi’ (Slovenia, 2019)
  33. Sanna Nielsen- ‘Undo’ (Sweden, 2014)
  34. Mohombi- ‘Hello’ (Melfest, 2019)
  35. Mans Zelmerlow- ‘Heroes’ (Sweden, 2015)
  36. Arvingarna- ‘I Do’ (Melfest, 2019)
  37. Dolly Style- ‘Habibi’ (Melfest, 2019)
  38. Loreen- ‘Statements’ (Melfest, 2017)
  39. Ester Peony- ‘On a Sunday’ (Romania, 2019)
  40. Sergey Lazarev- ‘You Are the Only One’ (Russia, 2016)
  41. Mikolas Josef- ‘Me Gusta’ (Subsequent Release)
  42. Benjamin Ingrosso- ‘I Wouldn’t Know’ (Subsequent release)
  43. High15- ‘No Drama’ (Melfest, 2019)
  44. Anton Hagman- ‘Kiss You Goodbye’ (Melfest, 2017)
  45. Loic Nottet- ‘On Fire’ (Subsequent release)
  46. Anna Bergendahl- ‘Raise the Vibe’ (Subsequent release)
  47. Samir and Viktor- ‘Shuffla’ (Melfest, 2018)
  48. Darude and Sebastian Rejman- ‘Look Away’ (Finland, 2019)
  49. De Vet Du- ‘Road Trip’ (Melfest, 2017)
  50. Ace Wilder- ‘Wild Child’ (Melfest, 2017)
  51. Samir and Viktor- ‘Bada Nakna’ (Melfest, 2016)
  52. Boggie- ‘Wars for Nothing’ (Hungary, 2015)
  53. Mikolas Josef- ‘Abu Dhabi’ (Subsequent release)
  54. Ira Losco- ‘Walk On Water’ (Malta, 2016)
  55. Eric Saade- ‘Popular’ (Sweden, 2011)
  56. John Henrik Fjallgren- ‘Norrsken’ (Melfest, 2019)
  57. ZENA- ‘Like It’ (Belarus, 2019)
  58. Lina Hedlund- ‘Victorious’ (Melfest, 2019)
  59. Tulia- Pali Sie (Poland, 2019)
  60. DiHaj- ‘Skeletons’ (Azerbaijan, 2017)
  61. Ivi Adamou- ‘La La Love’ (Cyprus, 2012)
  62. Michael Rice- ‘Bigger Than Us’ (United Kingdom, 2019)
  63. Serhat- ‘Say Na Na Na’ (San Marino, 2019)
  64. Margaret- ‘In My Cabana’ (Melfest, 2018)
  65. Sigrid Bernson- ‘Patrick Swayze’ (Melfest, 2018)
  66. Robin Stjernberg- ‘You’ (Sweden, 2013)
  67. Greta Salome- ‘Hear Them Calling’ (Iceland, 2016)
  68. Eleni Foureira- ‘Tomame’ (Subsequent release)
  69. Svala- ‘Paper’ (Iceland, 2017)
  70. Twin Twin- ‘Moustache’ (France, 2013)
  71. Dalal Midhat, Dean, Jala and Ana Rucner- ‘Ljubav Je’ (Bosnia and Herzegovina, 2016)
  72. Eleni Foureira- ‘Fuego’ (Cyprus, 2018)
  73. Nadav Guedj- ‘Golden Boy’ (Israel, 2015)
  74. Maria Olafs- ‘Unbroken’ (Iceland, 2015)
  75. Amir- ‘J’ai Cherche’ (France, 2016)
  76. Loic Nottet- ‘Rhythm Inside’ (Belgium, 2015)
  77. Netta- ‘Bassa Sabada’ (Subsequent release)
  78. Jonida Maliqi- ‘Ktheju Tokes’ (Albania, 2019)
  79. Leonora- ‘Love is Forever’ (Denmark, 2019)
  80. Conan Osiris- ‘Telemoveis’ (Portugal, 2019)
  81. Jamala- ‘1944’ (Ukraine, 2016)
  82. Sunstroke Project- ‘Hey Mamma’ (Moldova, 2017)
  83. Ace Wilder- ‘Don’t Worry’ (Melfest, 2016)
  84. Jessica Anderson- ‘Party Voice’ (Melfest, 2018)
  85. Eleftheria Eleftheriou- ‘Aphrodisiac’ (Greece, 2012)
  86. Netta- ‘Toy’ (Israel, 2018)
  87. Laura Tesoro- ‘What’s the Pressure?’ (Belgium, 2016)
  88. Wiktoria- ‘Not With Me’ (Melfest, 2019)
  89. Douwe Bob- ‘Shine’ (Subsequent release)
  90. Roko Blazevic- ‘The Dream’ (Croatia, 2019)
  91. Euroband- ‘This is My Life’ (Iceland, 2008)
  92. Wiktoria- ‘As I Lay Me Down’ (Melfest, 2017)
  93. Douwe Bob- ‘Slow Down’ (The Netherlands, 2016)
  94. Saara Aalto- ‘Monsters’ (Finland, 2018)
  95. Elnur Huseynov- ‘Hour of the Wolf’ (Azerbaijan, 2015)
  96. Jana Burceska- ‘Dance Alone’ (Macedonia, 2017)
  97. Roberto Bellarosa- ‘Love Kills’ (Belgium, 2012)
  98. Oscar Zia- ‘Human’ (Melfest, 2016)
  99. Mikolas Josef- ‘Lie to Me’ (Czech Republic, 2018)
  100. Tamara Todevska- ‘Proud’ (North Macedonia, 2019)

 

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