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The statistics

Here you will find Gramo's statistics on air time on Norwegian radio.

2023

Emma Steinbakken knocked Kygo off the throne as the most played Norwegian headliner after he has held the position for 8 years in a row.
See the statistics for 2023 (pdf)

2022

Chris Holsten has both the most played and second most played song with Norwegian lyrics, "Slå hjerte, slå" and "Smilet i ditt eget speil".
See the statistics for 2022 (pdf)

2021

Dagny has the most played Norwegian song with "Somebody" for the second year in a row.
See the statistics for 2021 (pdf)

2020

At both the 1st and 2nd place on the list of most played Norwegian songs we find Dagny with the songs "Somebody" and "Come Over".

See the statistics for 2020 (pdf)

2019

The most played song on Norwegian radio in 2019 was Norwegian.
"Kind of love" by Isak Heim and Rat City was played for a total of
444 hours, 33 minutes and 22 seconds.

See the statistics for 2019 (pdf)

2015*

The most played song was "Take Me To Church" by Hozier.
Kygo's song "Firestone" was the most played Norwegian song on the radio.
It was played for 212 hours, 58 minutes and 55 seconds.

See the statistics for 2015 (pdf)

2014

Donkeybot set a Norwegian radio record with "Crazy Something Normal". It was played for 199 hours, 23 minutes and 53 seconds, becoming the most played Norwegian song of all time in a year.

See the statistics for 2014 (pdf)

* Unfortunately, we have not published separate statistics between 2015 and 2019. The reason for this is the transition to a new system where, for a period of time, we were unable to retrieve data in the same way as before.

Want to know more about the statistics?
Send an email to bastian.daae@gramo.no

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