Top 10 Eurovision 2021 songs on TikTok - End of year
TikTok is a popular online platform for content creators to go viral on, with its dance challenges and short videos making an impact on pop culture and the music charts.
After the Eurovision Song Contest 2021, at the end of May, we looked at the Top 10 Eurovision 2021 songs on TikTok, you can check it out here.
Today we revisit the current top 10 songs of Eurovision 2021 on TikTok, which has seen a bit bit of a shake up over the last seven months.
TikTok has seen many Eurovision songs gain popularity with people outside of the Eurovision bubble. Over the last year the Eurovision 2019 winning song, 'Arcade' by Duncan Laurence has seen a resurgence and appearance on the music charts around the world. The songs success can be attributed to its appearance on TikTok stemmed from Harry Potter fans who were making videos using cut scenes from the Harry Potter films to show case the good in Draco Malfoy's character.
Last year's entries from the cancelled Contest also have made an impact on TikTok with 'Think About Things', 'Fai rumore' and 'On Fire' proving very popular.
Here are the current Top 10 Eurovision 2021 songs with the total amount of videos the song has featured in as of December 21 2021 since song release:
1. Italy - Måneskin - 'Zitti e buoni' - 141.3k (-)
2. Sweden - Tusse - 'Voices' - 52k (-)
3. France - Barbara Pravi - 'Voilà' - 21.8k (Up 2)
4. Azerbaijan - Efendi - 'Mata Hari' - 9.9k (Up 4)
5. Russia - Manizha - 'Russian Woman' - 8.4k (Up 1)
6. Ukraine - Go_A - 'Shum' - 8.2k (Down 3)
7. Cyprus - Elena Tsagrinou - 'El Diablo' - 6.8k (-)
8. Iceland - Daði og Gagnamagnið - '10 Years' - 5.2k (Up 3)
9. Finland - Blind Channel - 'Dark Side' - 4.6k (Up)
10. Lithuania - The Roop - 'Discoteque' - 4.4k (Down 1)
Måneskin have been maintaining their popularity on the social media platform. After the Italian band's Eurovision win this year, they went viral on TikTok, which lead to their 2017 cover of 'Beggin' to chart worldwide, the band toured the United States and even scored them their first MTV Music Award.
'Zitti e buoni' is Måneskin's fourth most popular song used in videos on TikTok, their other songs to make an impact include:
'Beggin' with 10.4M videos
'MAMMAMIA' with 424.9K videos
'I Wanna Be Your Slave' with 420.K videos
Since May the following Eurovision 2021 songs have pretty much doubled or nearly doubled in popularity on TikTok:
Italy - Måneskin - 'Zitti e buoni' - increased by 64k videos
France - Barbara Pravi - 'Voilà' - increased by 12.7k
Azerbaijan - Efendi - 'Mata Hari' - increased by 4.4k
Given the huge impact this years Eurovision songs have had on TikTok we will have to wait and see which Eurovision 2022 songs might become popular on TikTok or even bigger than Måneskin.