European Border Breakers Chart 26 January 2018

One week ago, many European radio stations attended the ESNS showcase festival in Groningen, the Netherlands. Some of the appearing artists clearly made a big impression, resulting in significant airplay. This shows in this week’s European Border Breakers Chart…

Yungblud (pictured) has four tracks (or five, if you want) inside the Top 100: I Love You, Will You Marry Me sits at #17, his latest single Polygraph Eyes enters at #34, the mash-up of Camilla Cabello’s Havana and Dua Lipa’s New Rules that he played for Studio Brussel comes in at #74 thanks to airplay on that Belgian station, and the song that started his career, King Charles, re-enters at #93.
Another artist that clearly took advantage of his presence at the festival, is EBBA winner Youngr. His collab with Endor, Give It Up, is still at #33, his new single Ooh Lordy is new at #62 and the track that won him his EBBA, Out Of My System, re-enters at #89. Tom Grennan holds three positions as well: Found What I’ve Been Looking For (#21), Royal Highness (#24), but the best of them all, his just-released single Sober, crashes in at #48.
Jade Bird hits the jackpot with her latest single Lottery as well, by entering at #59, and Arp Friqueβ€˜s Nos Magia is new at #82.

Other entries this week are Amber Arcades – It Changes (#60), Lotto Boyzz feat. Vianni – Bim Bam (#69), Sea Girls – What For (#73), Harry Styles – Wild Thoughts (#78), Farah Elle – Teardrop (#95), Rosie Carney – Awake Me (#96), and The Surfing Magazines – New Day (#98).

For the complete Top 100, click the β€˜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 listen to all of the tracks and watch their videos as well.


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