European Border Breakers Chart 29 June 2018

The European Border Breakers Chart only contains new European artists, showcasing the cultural diversity of new European music. With 28 (re)entries, there’s no doubt it’s your best source to discover tomorrow’s super stars.

The 15 newcomers in this week’s chart are from a large variety of European countries: Sweden, France, Norway, Great Britain, Germany, Denmark… but the highest new entry is from the smallest country of them all: the Netherlands. At #26 we welcome Pip Blom (pictured), who is especially popular in Great Britain. Perhaps even more than in her home country. Pussycat is Pip Blom’s fourth EBBCharts hit. Only her most recent single I Think I’m In Love, that just left the Top 100, gained a higher position and got to #24.

These are all 15 of this week’s first-timers:
#26: Pip Blom – Pussycat
#30: Hugo Helmig – Wild
#34: Loredana – Sonnenbrille
#42: Miel De Montagne – Pourquoi Pas
#59 : Kylypso – Honestly
#61: Harry Styles – Woman
#71: HMLTD – Pictures Of You
#76: Subjective – Inkolelo
#80: Fieh – 25
#84: T Mulla – Dollar Pound Cake
#88: Youngr – Lost In Translation
#90: Cliqme feat. Capital T. & Koach2.0 – Across The World
#93: Das Body – Boys
#98: Halo Maud – Baptism
#99: Albin Lee Meldau – About You

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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