Armenia: “Snap” has officially surpassed “Brividi” and is now the most streamed song of Eurovision 2022!

We can say that it’s something everyone expected and “Snap”, with more than 2 million streams daily, is now the most streamed song of Eurovision Song Contest 2022 on Spotify, surpassing 110 million streams.

“Snap” by Rosa Linn, didn’t manage to be high in the scoreboard on the Grand Final, but it managed to travel and get streams throughout the whole world, having a place in the charts of more than 40 countries (including the USA and the United Kingdom). 110 million streams and counting, Armenia’s song for this year’s contest is now the song with the most streams from Eurovision 2022 and the ninth most streamed song in the contest’s history!

The TikTok’s dynamics

The above success seems to be related to the even greater singer’s success on TikTok. Prior to the Competition, Rosa Linn had, on her personal TikTok account, 5k followers and 85k likes; today her followers amount to 509k and her likes to 9 mil.


It is not the first time that TikTok has been used as a springboard by Eurovision artists. The most typical example, perhaps, is Duncan Laurence’s “Arcade”, the winning song of ESC 2019, which, after its delayed success on TikTok, has today exceeded 900 mil. streams, becoming the most successful Eurovision song on Spotify.

Thus, despite the (justified) reactions expressed this year by fans, journalists and correspondents of the ESC, the strategic partnership between the EBU and TikTok (with the latter taking on the role of “Official Entertainment Partner” for Eurovision 2022) does not appear to be an one-off collaboration.

Just a “snap” away from the eighth place of every song in the contest!

It’s just a matter of time before “Snap” is on the eighth place of the list with the most streamed songs of the contest, as “Think About Things”, the song that would represent Iceland in the cancelled 2020 contest, has 119 million streams, around 9 million more streams than “Snap”

Congratulation to Rosa Linn for her huge commercial success!

Eurovision 2022: Watch the Live-on-Tape videos of Greece, Armenia and Finland!

The live-on-tape of the countries that participated in the 66th Eurovision Song Contest in May in Turin will be shown this year through the official Eurovision channel on YouTube.

From June 14 to 23, Eurofans will have the opportunity to watch the live-on-tape appearances of about thirty of the forty countries that took part in this year’s contest.

Today, it is the turn of three more countries, two of the first semi-final and one of the second semi-final. Since the EBU decided to show the live-on-tapes based on the running order of the first semifinal, this means that today it is the turn of Greece, Armenia and Finland.

🇬🇷 Watch the Live-on-Tape performance of “Die Together” by Amanda Georgiadi Tenfjord:

🇦🇲 Watch the Live-on-Tape performance of “Snap” by Rosa Linn:

🇫🇮 Watch the Live-on-Tape performance of “Jezebel” by The Rasmus:

Watch the previously published Live-on-Tape videos:

What do you think about the first Live-on-Tape videos of Eurovision 2022? Do you like them or do you prefer the live performances?

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Armenia: “Snap” was originally submitted for Eurovision 2019!

Rosa Linn has revealed that she first submitted the song she will represent Armenia with in Turin for Eurovision 2019.

The representative of Armenia for Eurovision 2022 revealed that her song “Snap” was originally submitted to compete in the 2019 contest. Through a video in her TikTok account, Rosa Linn unveiled her journey as an artist and with the song she will compete in the contest in Turin in May.

@rosalinnmusic I still can’t believe it 😭 #fypシ #originalsong #eurovision #newmusic #songwriter #armenia ♬ SNAP – Rosa Linn

Speaking about her song, when it was released, she said:

I think we’ve all been at a snapping point, where it felt like there’s no way out and that the entire world is just crumbling down around you. You start questioning everything, including yourself. I have been there. And what I realized was that I had the strength to shape my reality – it just took getting out of my own way and finding inner peace. It’s all about self-love and accepting that you are enough. Writing “Snap” was a form of therapy for me and I hope that it can be that for others who are also going through hard times.

Watch Armenia’s song for Eurovision 2022, “Snap” by Rosa Linn:

Armenia returns Eurovision Song Contest 2022, having withdrawn from the contest in 2021. The public broadcaster decided to return with an internal selection, like in 2019. In their last appearance in the contest, Srbuk ended up 16th in the second semi-final with “Walking Out“, leaving Armenia out of the final for the second year in a row. Athena Manoukian would represent Armenia in 2020 with “Chains on You” in the later cancelled contest.


Stay tuned on Eurovisionfun for all the news regarding the participation of Armenia at the Eurovision Song Contest 2022 in Turin, Italy!

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