One week after Eurovision 2021: These are the songs in the top 50 Viral Charts Global

Måneskin (Italy 2021) won the Eurovision Song Contest a week ago. And since then, their song ‘Zitti E Buoni’ is hitting the viral charts all around the world. And they are not the only one. Let’s take a look at the charts, one week after the 2021 contest.

19 songs from the 2021 Eurovision Song Contest are in the top 50 Viral Charts Global by Spotify. Some of them didn’t do well at the Eurovision Song Contest itself. James Newman represented the United Kingdom with his song Embers, and now he is on place 25. Jendrik (Germany 2021) is in place 16 with his song I Don’t Feel Hate. Both of them got zero points from the televote.

The number 1 on the top 50 Viral Charts Global is also Eurovision song. Go_A (Ukraine 2021) with their song SHUM got the first place for almost a week now. The winners of Eurovision 2021 Måneskin (Italy 2021) are right behind them with their song Zitte E Buoni on the second place.

Order of Eurovision 2021 songs in the chart

Here are all the Eurovision 2021 song that are in the top 50 Viral Charts Global in order:

SHUM – Go_A 1st place
Zitte e buoni – Måneskin 2nd place
Voilá – Barbara Pravi 6th place
Dark Side – Blind Channel 7th place
Tout L’univers – Gjon’s Tears 8th place
Mata Hari – Efendi 11th place
Discoteque – The Roop 12th place
EL DIABLO – Elena Tsagrinou 14th place
Je me cases – Destiny 15th place
I Don’t Feel Hate – Jendrik 16th place
10 Years – Daði og Gagnamagnið 17th place
Love Is On My Side – The Black Mamba 19th place
Russian Woman  – Manizha 22nd place
Embers – James Newman 25th place
Set Me Free – Eden Alene 32nd place
Fallen Angel – TIX 34th place
Last Dance – Stefania 36th place
Voices – Tusse 43rd place
Sugar – Natalia Gordienko 47th place

Eurovision 2021 songs that were on Viral Charts are:

  • Growing Up Is Getting Old by VICTORIA
  • Tick Tock by Albina
  • Adrenalina by Senhit
  • The Wrong Place by Hooverphonic

On the 50th place is also a Eurovision song. Alexander Rybak with his song Fairytale is in the chart 12 years after his win for Norway in 2009. Alexander Rybak is now active on Tik Tok and is seeing his own song being used on the platform.

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