Sanremo 2024: the most used words in songs

Sanremo 2024: the ranking by radio appearances

After the first evening of the festival – yesterday, Tuesday 6 February – where all 30 competing singers took to the stage of the Ariston theater in Sanremo, we began to get an idea of ​​who could be the favorite for the final victory . At the end of the first evening they were announced the names of the top five in the partial ranking generated by the votes of web and print journalists who sees it in first position Loredana Berté followed by Angelina Mango And Annalisa for an all-female podium.

Out of pure curiosity we went to look at the numbers generated by the views on YouTube of the official videos of the songs competing in Sanremo and we found a different ranking. Here it is in first position Geolier followed by Annalisa and then from Irama.

Curiosity has always pushed us to sift through the ranking of radio appearances provided by RadioMonitor (the link you can find it on Rockol at the bottom of all the news regarding the Sanremo festival). What we report is updated at 2.00 pm today, Wednesday 7 February. Below are the 30 competitors listed in order of radio appearances.

Ranking by radio appearances:

Annalisa – “Sincerely”

Loredana Berté “Crazy”

Angelina Mango – “Boredom”

The Kolors – “One Boy One Girl”

Emma – “Apnea”

Diodato – “You move”

Fiorella Mannoia – “Mariposa”

Mahmood – “Gold tracksuit”

Ghali – “My Home”

Rich and Poor – “But not all of life”

Alessandra Amoroso “Up to here”

Dargen D’Amico – “High wave”

Negramaro – “Let’s start everything again”

Mr Rain – “Two Swings”

Irama – “Not you”

Alpha – “Go!”

Clara – “Rough diamonds”

Il Volo – “Masterpiece”

Renga and Nek – “Crazy about you”

Geolier “I p’ me tu p’ te’”

Rose Villain – “Click boom”

Fred DePalma “Heaven doesn’t want us”

Gazelles – “That’s it”

Big Mama – “Anger is not enough for you”

Maninni – “Spectacular”

The Three – “That’s it”

French Saints – “Love in the mouth”

Bnkr44 – “Punk Government”

Sangiovanni – “Finish me”

La Sad – “Self-destructive”