|Posted by Eurovision On Top on January 7, 2020 at 11:05 AM|
2019 has come to an end and with it we reveal now the TOP 20 of the top rated songs throughout the year. Voted by you every week!
This is the TOP 50!
# - Song - Artist - Peak Position
1 Ono malo srece Zdravko Colic 1
2 Let Me Dream Michal Szpak 1
3 Flames Jimmy Martin / Maria Kissimov 1
4 Niceg nijo bilo izmedu nas Zdravko Colic 1
5 I'm still here Alexander Rybak 1
6 Muhamadd Ali Marco Mengoni 1
7 Anda estragar-me os planos Salvador Sobral 1
8 Flying on my own Celine Dion 1
9 Hola Marco Mengoni / Tom Walker 1
10 Pro belye rozy Dima Bilan 4
11 Blue Moon Michal Szpak 1
12 Okean Dima Bilan 1
13 Beautiful Secret Garden / Brian Kennedy 3
14 Tseluy Alekseev 1
15 Kamen i voda Alekseev 1
16 Instadrama Svetlana Loboda 1
17 Barrio Mahmood 1
18 Calipso Mahmood / Charlie Charles / Dardust / Sfera Ebbasta / Fabri Fibra 2
19 Celebrate Miki Nuñez 1
20 Walk with me Loreen 1
21 Klefi / Samed Hatari / Bashar Murad 4
22 Hello my love Westlife 2
23 Stone cold Cesar Sampson 1
24 Underworld Ruth Lorenzo 1
25 Kak ty tam Alekseev 1
26 Gora ty Gromee / Golec uorkiestra / Bedoes 3
27 Lying down Celine Dion 2
28 Lovi Sergey Lazarev 1
29 Eimai edo Argo 7
30 Love don't hate it Duncan Laurence 3
31 Een livredd Mann Morland 1
32 Duemila volta Marco Mengoni 2
33 Molniya Dima Bilan 1
34 Krol Edyta Gorniak / Gromee 5
35 Almost Everything Jan Johansen / Blue Desert 1
36 Ne mod Alekseev 2
37 Pao Ivi Adamou / Konnie Metaxa 2
38 Zub za zub Regina 1
39 Koik mis hea Ott Lepland 1
40 Maria Magdalena Lena Philipsson 1
41 Bright lights Jurijus 1
42 Hold on Bonnie Tyler 3
43 A chi mi dice Il Volo 1
44 Vilagom Compact Disco 1
45 El ritmo psicodelico Eleni Foureira 3
46 Comme si j'avais mille ans Madame Monsieur / Kalash Criminel 1
47 Suncokret Jelena Tomasevic 1
48 Let the music guide you Alexander Rybak 1
49 Tijdmachine Clouseau 1
50 Purva bridejs Intars Busulis /Abonementa orkestris 1
|Posted by Eurovision On Top on December 27, 2019 at 4:45 PM|
With the year coming to an end, so are the album releases. Some have been forgotten by us throughout the year, others have just seen the light of day. This is the last part we dedicate to this year's album releases.
Already known to us is the excellent album of Zdob si Zdub, Bestiarium. Folk, Rock and Ska make this album a perfect fusion that transports us to world music. The latest albums by Ani Lorak and Polina Gagarina, which are already a hit in Ukraine and Russia, confirm the power of these women who almost won Eurovision. Also from Ukraine arrives Octopus from Melovin. Another banal pop album which is expected of this performer.
From Germany comes the album of Michael Schulte and also the already veteran Nicole, who assumes that the 50 years are the new 25. But with 50 would win Eurovision again? From Switzerland comes the expected new album from Michael Von Der Heide, in German and French as expected. The revelation of last year's OT of Spain, Alfred Garcia, who from Catalonia gives us one of the best albums from the Iberian country.
The collections are not far behind this holiday season. Some to celebrate their careers like Doris Dragovic, in a collection of several albums, or Dulce Pontes that brings us another Best Of. The same happens with the Spanish classics of Raphael or Paloma San Basilio. The younger ones also gather their old albums and after public recognition they take advantage to make them better known. That's what Conan Osiris does to reprint his 3 albums in a special box.
Just out, Laura's new album from Estonia, which after her Best Of and Verona's failure releases "9 elu". Vaiko Eplik and Jakob Sveistrup were in the drawer in the busy May but could not be forgotten. Now here and highly recommended. The first alternative and the second in a more soulful environment. Finally, Sara Aalto smells like Christmas in her international "Fairytale" EP.
And finally, a Xmas EP from Miro gathering old festive hits from his carreer along with new recordings.
|Posted by Eurovision On Top on December 26, 2019 at 5:45 PM|
The end of 2019 is coming and we are ready to announce one more edition of the Eurovision On Top AWARDS to highlight the best work of the year from your favourite ESC artists.
Once more, we will put to the vote six nominees for each of the eight categories. This time, it was our editorial office that chose the nominees. Doing the math we come to the conclusion that it is Latvian Intars Busulis and Serbian Zdravko Colic who lead the nominations. 4 each.
They are followed by Celine Dion, the Norwegian musicians Secret Garden who returned this year, Mahmood, Ilse De Lange and the Moldovan Zdob si Zdub, with 3 nominations.
The deadline for voting is the 8th of January and you can do it here https://www.eurovisionontop.com/votehere.htm, from the 27 of December.
Full list of nominees:
|Posted by Eurovision On Top on December 22, 2019 at 4:30 PM||comments (2)|
Intars Busulis took part in Eurovision at 2009. He is now one of the most succesfull artists from Latvia and keep a lot of popularity in the ex-soviet countries as well. As jury of The Voice, Intars is now a non stop musician. This is his Top10 in the Chart of Eurovision On Top.
1 - 2009 - Zimesana peaked (p)1
2 - 2019 - Purva bridejs with Abonementa Orkestris p1
3 - 2010 - Valoda p4
4 - 2019 - Kamer with Triana Park p4
5 - 2017 - Krasu Balade p4
6 - 2016 - Miglas rits p12
7 - 2010 - Paliksim kopa with Vineta p13
8 - 2013 - Viss ir iespejams p18
9 - 2013 - Pardaugavas bars p20
10 - 2012 - Bebisu Marss p20
|Posted by Eurovision On Top on December 19, 2019 at 6:00 PM|
64 editions of ESC have passed and we will reach the eighth decade! We turned now a page in the history of the popular European contest, remembering the best moments of the last decade!
7/7 - The protests
On the also political stage of Eurovision, protests have always been noted. In 1964, a political protest took place after the Swiss song: A man came on stage holding a banner in which he suggested a boycott of Franco and Salazar dictatorships (from Portugal and Spain). But these events were not things of the past. In 2010, Jimmy Jump mingled with Daniel Diges dancers who had to return to perform at the end of the show. In 2017, Jamala's performance had a stage invader who decided to lower his pants. And a year later, in 2018, the stage was again invaded with someone making allegations of press freedom in the UK when SuRie performed: "Nazis of the UK media" and "We demand freedom." United Kingdom did not want to repeat its performance. In 2019, the protest came from the artists themselves. Guest star Madonna exhibited peace incentives on Israeli soil, something that Icelandic artists also appealed to by showing the Palestinian flag while filming in the Green Room. Protests in 3 years in a row. What more is to come?