Loreen’s Euphoria Tops the Swedish Digital Songs Chart

Loreen tops the Digital Songs chart
Loreen knocks Michel Teló off the Top

As I predicted earlier, Loreen’s ‘Euphoria’ manages to dethrone Michel Teló’s ‘Ai se eu te pego’ on Diglistan, which is solely based on downloads and streaming. Following the countdown on the radio, I was thrilled to hear that Loreen sold by far more than her competitors. Danny Sacuedo’s ‘Amazing’ bows at No.2, while Lisa Miskovsky’s ‘Why Start a Fire’ enters at No.4. Both of them will compete against Loreen come Saturday when the final of Melodifestivalen takes place at the Ericsson Globe Arena in Stockholm.

According to a recent Aftonbladet poll, Loreen is leading by far (getting almost 40 percent of the votes). Fingers crossed!

Loreen – Euphoria

Westlife’s Biggest Hit Is Swedish

Westlife's My Love is a Swedish composition
Westlife to split after 14 years

CHART REWIND. On the back of the farewell tour, WelcheMusic reviews Westlife’s career. The group has only managed to place one track atop of the Swedish singles tally. Released in October back in 2000, ‘My Love’ was written by the Swedes Jörgen Elofsson, Per Magnusson, David Kreuger and Pelle Nylén. Lifted off the second album Coast to Coast, ‘My Love’ became Westlife’s seventh UK No.1.  Coincidentally, it succeeded another boy band on the top of the charts – Backstreet Boys’s ‘Shape of My Heart.’ That track was also written by Swedes – Max Martin, Rami Yacoub and Lisa Miskovsky.


Both tracks were recorded at the Cheiron studios in Stockholm.

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