European Border Breakers Chart 11 January 2019

Making the last refinements before the Music Moves Europe Talent Chart is finally launched, next week, we needed to recalculate last week’s European Border Breakers Chart. Just so you know. Upon launch, all of the chart rules will be explained here very clearly, showing what a powerful tool we are developing for emerging European artists, bookers, managers, journalists, and consumers alike. Yes, I am proud! 😉

Now, one week before the rebranding officially takes place, let’s look at what’s happening in the European Border Breakers Chart one last time. You might say it goes out with a bang, opening its gate to 29 (re)entries, 13 of which are complete newcomers:
#23: Jugo Ürdens – Yugo
#34: Sea Girls – All I Want To Hear You Say
#42: Spielbergs – Five On It
#48: Kokoroko – Uman
#62: Rosalía (pictured) – Dí Mi Nombre
#63: Jada – Lonely
#65: Sophie Lloyd feat. Dames Brown – Calling Out
#66: jens – Any Other Way
#74: Aya Nakamura – La Dot
#82: You Tell Me – Clarion Call
#85: Karel – Out
#86: Amilli – Maybe
#94: Hugo Helmig – Young Like This

For the full Top 100, click the ‘EBBChart’ tab in the top menu of this blog (loading of the PDF may take a little while). More charts, like the Tips (ranking the tracks that are on their way to the Top 100), the Airplay Chart and the Streaming Chart, are available at, where you can also listen to all of the tracks and watch their videos, as well as share them via social media.


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