Eurovision songs tend to be short-lived hits that bounce around for a weekend and then fade into oblivion. But there are some exceptions. We found 1,200 songs that entered the competition from 1956 to last year to answer one question: which ones are still playing on Spotify?
The streaming platform estimates the popularity of each song based on the total number of listeners and their trend. Of all the Eurovision entries, the most successful to date is Duncan Lawrence’s Arcade, which won the contest in 2019. On a scale of 0 to 100, she has a popularity rating of 79, putting her on the same level as Candy or Saoko. from Rosalia, and ahead of the most popular hits of the Beatles or the Rolling Stones.
Accompanying them in the top five are other recent songs and an older Spanish song, but the one you probably remember: Sergio Dalma’s Bailar Pegados. Among the hundreds of songs that have passed the Eurovision Song Contest, it is the fifth most popular song on Spotify. With a popularity rating of 61, it is at the level of “Mala Muher” by K. Tangana.
We’ve included the top 250 of the 1200 we found on Spotify. This is not all members, because some of the oldest ones are not available on the platform, but this is a fairly complete sample.
In the table above, by clicking on the green icon, you can listen to each song on Spotify. We have also created a playlist with 33 songs that top this list.
Songs of all kinds participated in the seven decades of the competition. The chart below shows the 250 people from the list above, ranked by their positivity, tempo, and how danceable they are.
If you need more information about this year’s Eurovision, in this other article we will tell you who will win the competition, according to the bettors, which songs are the most popular and in what style they are.
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