|World of Music IX|
|Season Run||January, 2017|
|Debuting countries|| Estonia|
|Winner|| Sweden (Nathaniel)|
Bonfire by Miss Li
|Previous Season||World of Music VIII|
|Next Season||World of Music X|
World of Music IX is the ninth season of World of Music. It was hosted by the winner of the eight season, Dakota. It was won by Sweden with 43 points. 2nd place went to Denmark with 41 points, and 3rd place went to USA with 34 points.
Each representative will choose any country of the world, then pick a song that will count as that country's entry in the contest.
The song has to be related to the country you are representing, either by being made or sung by someone from that country.
There is no requirements or restrictions when it comes to the song, though a link to a Youtube video has to be provided.
All participating contestants will then vote for the songs that they liked best, by distributing 8, 6, 4, 3, 2 and 1 points to their favorite songs. The winner is the contestant with the most points.
The winner will then be the host of the next installment of World of Music.
Eva was disqualified from the previous season, and is not allowed to compete in this season.
|Kaffe||Denmark||Mama Said||Lukas Graham||2nd||41|
|Andrew||USA||Sippy Cup||Melanie Martinez||3rd||34|
|Joan||United Kingdom||Do I Wanna Know||Arctic Monkeys||6th||24|
|Dani||Canada||Desperate Measures||Marianas Trench||7th||20|
|Wendy||South Korea||불장난 (PLAYING WITH FIRE)||BLACKPINK||8th||19|
|Ella||Netherlands||Cry (Just A Little)||Bingo Players||10th||12|
|John||Israel||I Can't Fix You||The Living Tombstone||11th||10|
|Bold indicates the host.|
|Gold indicates the Winner.|
|Silver indicates 2nd place.|
|Bronze indicates 3rd place.|
|Red indicates last place.|
|Light grey indicates nullified points because the country was inactive.|
- This season marked the 10th appearance of Denmark and Sweden.
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