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  • Writer's pictureKyriakos Tsinivits

Måneskin’s Eurovision winning song ‘Zitti e buoni’ surpasses 300 million streams on Spotify

It has been now nearly a year since the 2021 Eurovision Song Contest where the band Måneskin won the contest for Italy with ‘Zitti e buoni’ in Rotterdam.

‘Zitti e buoni’ has hit a new milestone, now surpassing 300 million Spotify streams, currently accumulating 300,356,184 listens on the music streaming platform. It is the second Eurovision winning song to do so.

The 2021 Eurovision winning entry surpassed 200 million streams eight months ago back in August 2021.

Back in April last year the Eurovision 2019 winning song ‘Arcade’ by Duncan Laurence surpassed 300 million streams, being the first Eurovision song to reach the milestone.

Duncan Laurence’s song took 699 days since the Eurovision 2019 Grand Final to reach the 300 million stream milestone.

Måneskin’s ‘Zitti e buoni’ has smashed this record reaching the 300 million milestone in just 342 days since the Eurovision 2021 Grand Final!

‘Zitti e buoni’ charted across the globe!

In Europe ‘Zitti e buoni’ reached No. 1 in Finland, Greece, Lithuania, the Netherlands, Poland and Sweden and the top 10 in Austria, Belgium, Croatia, Czech Republic, Germany, Hungary, Iceland, Italy, Norway, Portugal, Slovenia, Switzerland.

In Australia the song reached No. 50 on the Australian iTunes chart and No.1 on the Spotify Viral 50 daily and weekly charts.

In the United States Måneskin made a huge impact on the Billboard charts. The band reached No.1 on the Emerging Artist chart. ‘Zitti e buoni’ peaked at No.7 on the Hot Hard Rock Songs chart, No. 22 on the Billboard Global 200, and No. 10 on the Billboard Global 200 excl. US.

In the United Kingdom ‘Zitti e buoni' peaked at No. 17 on the Official Charts Company.

Måneskin have just wrapped performing at the Coachella Valley Music and Arts Festival in California.

They are expected to perform at the 2022 Eurovision Song Contest in Turin, with official confirmation expected soon. So far Italy's Eurovision 2021 artist Diodato and Eurovision 2015 third place Il Volo have been announced as interval acts.

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