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The legendary Greek singer Tolis Voskopoulos, singer-songwriter and actor whose career spanned more than six decades, has died. He was 80 years old.

Voskopoulos, a star of modern Greek folk music, died on Monday 19th July in an Athens hospital after a cardiac arrest, a few days before his 81st birthday and several weeks after being hospitalised with respiratory problems.

Born in Greece’s main port city of Piraeus Kokkinia on 26th July 1940 to parents who were refugees from Asia Minor, Voskopoulos was the youngest of 12 children and the only boy. He began his career as an actor, first appearing on stage at the age of 18 in 1953, and made his film debut a few years later in 1963.

Voskopoulos had a signature trademark as a crooner and romancer with his melodic, passionately-sung songs.

His first major musical success was considered to be the 1968 song “Agonia,” composed by Giorgos Zambetas, which sold over 300,000 copies, a record-breaking figure for Greek music at the time.

He had an impressive range of collaborations performing songs by George Zambetas, Mimis Plessas, Akis Panou, Thanasis Polykandriotis, Marios Tokas, Giannis Parios, George Katsaros, Kostas Virvos, Phoebus and many others.

Apart from music, Tolis Voskopoulos also starred in cinema and in theatre. One of Voskopoulos’ greatest theatrical hits was “Oi Erastes tou Oneirou” (Dream Lovers), which he performed opposite Zoe Laskari.

He also starred in roles alongside Vassilis Avlonitis, Rena Vlachopoulou, Kostas Chatzichristos and others.

Among his greatest hits were the musicals Singing Theatre (1978 with Maria Aliferi) and You Came Like a Dream (1998 with Angela Gerekou), where the theatrical script was based on the way they had met.

He is survived by his fourth wife, former actress and minister Angela Gerekou and their daughter Maria Voskopoulou.

Greek Culture Minister Lina Mendoni said, “Tolis Voskopoulos was fortunate to be appreciated by his colleagues and adored by the public. He was a true, popular idol, a talented, intelligent performer who created a different, particular kind of entertainment on the stage.”

Greek Prime Minister Kyriakos Mitsotakis tweeted, he “lived as he sang, sang as he lived and in the same way he left: ‘unrepeatable,’ as his melodic lyrics will say forever,” [a reference to a Voskopoulos song-title].

LGR extends their condolences to Tolis Voskopoulos’ family and friends and we will continue to pay tribute to him through his music this week.


Article written by London Greek Radio

A young 16-year-old British Cypriot singer representing Cyprus in the Eurovision Song Contest 2004 took to the stage in Konstantinopouli.

Lisa Andreas from Gillingham, Kent, was the Cyprus act on May 12th 2004. 17 years later and in June 2021, ‘Stronger Every Minute’ is released globally for the first time. It will feature an extended mix and the never heard English/Greek version, which Lisa sang only once at one of the rehearsals in Istanbul.

Mike Connaris, a London-Cypriot producer and composer wrote the song, at his Mcasso Music studios in Soho, in London’s West End.

“I’m excited that Stronger Every Minute will be available on all streaming platforms and will give all the people that voted, and all the people that watched the performance, a chance to hit play and travel back to this time whenever they want.” Lisa Andreas told London Greek Radio.

This year was the very first Eurovision Song Contest semi-final, and Lisa was one of 22 contestants competing for just 10 places in the Final, held in the magnificent Abdi İpekçi Arena.

What can be revealed now, on the morning of the semi-final, Lisa had awoken with a sore throat and was in great discomfort. It was going to be a challenge for her to hit the highest notes of the song, so together with her producer, Mike Connaris, they hastily arranged a rehearsal in the hotel to change the melody of certain parts of the song.

The semi-final went well, but with 9 countries already announced as proceeding to the Final, there was only one envelope left to open. The tension in the green room was unbearable, but when “CYPRUS” was announced as the last of the 10, the Cyprus delegation went wild. Being announced 10th, meant that Cyprus took the last available spot of 21st in the Final, and Lisa went on to achieve 5th position, with Cyprus also receiving the Marcel Bezençon Award for composition, the first year this category had been introduced.

“My time at the Eurovision was truly magical. It’s difficult to encapsulate the entire experience into words. When I think of that time, it’s like a huge Eurovision bubble. I think back through meeting Mike and hearing Stronger Every Minute for the first time and recording the song (with hopes of being selected). I think of the months of preparation that came before and to the competition in Cyprus. I remember crying and being overwhelmed and shocked that I had been chosen by the entire country to represent them. My mum heard them say it first and I didn’t believe her! It was such an honour; a proud and humbling experience. I remember how proud my family and friends were and that is something that will always stay with me. There are so many stories- that we still tell – immense joy and many pivotal moments from that time that shaped who I am as a person and as a performer.”

“Everyone should attend the Eurovision Song Contest at least once in their life. You have to attend the Eurovision to really understand how wonderful it is. How much love there is. Love that is just pouring out everywhere. It affects the whole place. There is a buzz of excitement in the air that you can feel the moment you arrive and it just doesn’t stop until you leave. To have all of these people attending for their love of music and for the fun of it all, is wonderful. I made many special connections with people because of Eurovision.”

“There is a level of happiness and inexplicable comradery among the artists that is a reflection of how music itself makes you feel. It doesn’t feel like a competition at all.”

“Everyone was just thrilled to be there and be experiencing this ‘once in a lifetime’ music event together. It was like one huge music family. I feel incredibly grateful to have experienced that with artists from across the world and with my parents by my side too.”

The ‘Stronger Every Minute’ EP will be released through Mcasso Digital on June 4th, 2021 across all streaming platforms including Spotify, iTunes & Amazon.


Article written by London Greek Radio, Mcasso Music

Top 40 London Greek Radio Airplay Chart. The definitive chart rundown this month, June, 2021.

This month’s biggest, most in demand hit songs.

Spinning the best new hit music and timeless favourites…

1 Loukas Giorkas – Gia Tin Ellada [NEW]
2 Kaity Garbi, Dionsis Schoinas – Atofio Chrysafi
3 Sakis Rouvas – Pare Me Agkalia
4 Konstantinos Christoforou – S’ Ena Tetarto
5 Mad Clip & Eleni Foureira – Mporei
6 Michalis Hatzigiannis – Kanenas Monos [NEW]
7 Panos Kalidis – San Trelos
8 Josephine – Paliopaido
9 Giorgos Sabanis – Tipota
10 Evita Sereti, Stamatis Gonidis – I Agapi Einai Charisma [NEW]

11 Konstantinos Argiros – Paraskevi Proi
12 Giorgos Kakosaios – I Mia
13 Petros Iakovidis – Mou Lipses Poli
14 Josephine – 100%
15 Alcatrash – Eisai Oti Echo [NEW]
16 Anna Vissi – Loulouki
17 Christos Menidiatis – Teleftaia Agkalia
18 Giorgos Tsalikis – Esy Ti Na Mou Peis [NEW]
19 Stan – Ki An
20 Helena Paparizou – Gia Poia Agapi [NEW]

21 Giorgos Papadopoulos – Pote Tha Se Do
22 Melisses – Pou ‘nai I Agapi
23 Stavento, Ivi Adamou – Gis Sena [NEW]
24 Gianna Terzi, Paschalis Terzis – Gia Sena Mono [Rania Kostaki RMX]
25 Christos Mastoras, Pix Lax – Na Me Thimithis [NEW]
26 Nikos Oikonomopoulos – Proti Thesi [NEW]
27 Nikos Makropoulos – Kainourgia Premiera
28 Giannis Ploutarhos – Monos Mou
29 Panos Kiamos, Anastasios Rammos – Sta Hirotera
30 Onirama, Locomondo – Kalokairi [NEW]

31 Melina Aslanidou, Glykeria – Ftani Kai Perisevi
32 Gorgos Livanis – Thelo Ki Alla [NEW]
33 Anna Vissi, Babis Stokas – Ki Omos Den Teleionei [NEW]
34 Antonis Remos – Otan Se Rotisane
35 Markella – Fila Me [NEW]
36 Konstantinos Pantelidis – Ki An Me Miso
37 Nikiforos – Pes [NEW]
38 Antonis Remos – Ego Gennithika Xana [NEW]
39 Iasonas Mandilas – Apithano
40 Konstantinos Koufos – La Miami [NEW]

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Top 40 London Greek Radio Airplay Chart. The definitive chart rundown this month, May, 2021, is here.

This month’s biggest, most in demand hit songs.
Spinning the best new hit music and favourite tunes right now

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1 Konstantinos Christoforou – S’ Ena Tetarto
2 Kaity Garbi, Dionsis Schoinas – Atofio Chrysafi
3 Anna Vissi – Loulaki
4 Stefania – Last Dance [Greece Eurovision Song Contest 2021]
5 Elena Tsagrinou – El Diablo [Cyprus Eurovision Song Contest 2021]
6 Stan – Ki An
7 Josephine – Paliopaido
8 Panos Kalidis – San Trelos
9 Petros Iakovidis – Mou Lipses Poli
10 Melina Aslanidou, Glykeria – Ftani Kai Perisevi

11 Giorgos Kakosaios – I Mia
12 Konstantinos Argiros – Paraskevi Proi
13 Josephine – 100% [NEW]
14 Giorgos Papadopoulos – Pote Tha Se Do
15 Giorgos Sabanis – Tipota [NEW]
16 Christos Menidiatis – Teleftaia Agkalia
17 Konstantinos Pantelidis – Kairo Tora Paei
18 Nikos Oikonomopoulos – Emena Na Akous
19 Nikos Vertis – Koita
20 Christos Menidiatis – Teleftaia Agkalia

21 Melisses – Pou ‘nai I Agapi
22 Lampis Livieratos – 15 Grammta
23 Haris Alexiou, Onirama – Ximeronei
24 Sakis Rouvas – Pare Me Agkalia [NEW]
25 Mad Clip & Eleni Foureira – Mporei [NEW]
26 Panos Kiamos, Anastasios Rammos – Sta Hirotera
27 Nikos Makropoulos – Kainourgia Premiera [NEW]
28 Stelios Dionisiou, Filippos Pilatsikas, Pix Lax – Diafani Agapi
29 Giannis Ploutarhos – Monos Mou
30 Iasonas Mandilas – Apithano [NEW]

31 Freedom Fighters, Stamatis Gonidis, Vasilis Dimas – Siko Kai Zise
32 Dimitra Galani – O Vythos Sou
33 Antonis Remos – Otan Se Rotisane
34 Elli Kokkinou – Kapoia Mera [NEW]
35 Natasa Theodoridou – Paradothika Se Sena
36 Pegky Zina – Anatropi
37 Despina Vandi – Petra
38 Gianna Terzi, Paschalis Terzis – Gia Sena Mono [Rania Kostaki RMX]
39 Petros Imvrios – Thelo Na To Mathoun Oloi [NEW]
40 Valentinos Valeas – Skeftomai Pws Eisal M Allon [NEW]

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Greece named 18-year-old Stefania Liberakakis as the 2021 Greek artist at the upcoming Eurovision Song Contest in Rotterdam in The Netherlands.

The Greek broadcaster ERT announced Stefania at Eurovision’s Second Semi-Final, at Rotterdam’s Ahoy Arena, this May. She was born in Utrecht in the Netherlands to Greek parents from Sofiko Evrou in Greece.

The re-selection of Stefania should mean her chance to shine following 2020’s cancelled contest, due to the Coronavirus pandemic. Stefania’s song ‘Superg!rl’ that edition hit the buffers with the lack of Eurovision last year.

‘Last Dance’ is an 80’s slight retro up-tempo pop song, with catchy hooks, and on trend with music now. The radio friendly hit, which has entered London Greek Radio playlists.

A timely song about new starts or beginnings which are echoed in the “This ain’t our last dance” choruses, which reflects renewed sense of optimism, amid post-lockdown.

It a progressive well-built song, which initially starts slow atmospheric and then up-tempo on top of swirling hooks. Stefania dramatically drips over a cocktail of bass lines, scintillating strings and a “Ooh oh oh” refrain drives the up-beat vibes.

It shows off Stefania’s vocal range and she is a sympathetic and likeable.

The Eurovision veteran Dimitris Kontopoulos and music production ARCADE, composed and produced the tune, with lyrics by Sharon Vaughn. Teaming up with creative director Fokas Evangelinos has certainly proved fruitful, and with his reputation as the innovative stage creator, Greece has an ace up their sleeve.

The hi-tech staging has a few tricks with green screen, visual effects, which look impressive. It’s 80’s aesthetics with blues/purple neon and compliments the song’s vibes. There’s a city sky-scraper, or landscape in the backdrop.

Stefania is a strong performance artist, gives a cheeky wink to the camera and interacts with the public. She wears a cool purple catsuit, thanks to top Greek fashion designer Vrettos Vrettakos. The staging with digital invisible dancers looks pretty cool. The four dancers confirmed, as Nikos Koukakis, Marcus Giakoumoglou, Kostas Pavlopoulos, Giorgos Papadopoulos. At one point Stefania climbs the invisible stairs, the whole package, looks effective and it’s a slick, polished performance.

LGR’s Tony Neophytou said, “Stefania’s sincerity, talent, and telegenic looks are positive assets. It’s undeniably Eurovision competitive and captivating. Catchy hooks and effective staging elevates it, let’s hope the public has the appetite to lap it up”.

A well-made, music video ‘Last Dance’ with its cinematic aesthetics looks good indeed. There are a lot of ideas from Greek mythology unlike anything else and is creating a futuristic other worldly, thanks to the filmmaker Kostas Karidas. Stefania is at cross-roads in Athens at night, it’s eerily quiet, we guess, its lockdown. She leaps off a roof-top and is flying with Pegasus the winged horse, she’s carried off to the imagined world and there meets Atlas a Titan holding up the ‘universe’. All around her are dancing figures glowing in white, it’s futuristic and a dream-state, which the plot requires.

Stefania performs in the running order of 17 at slot number 4.

In 2016, Stefania represented The Netherlands at Junior Eurovision in Malta, as part of the three-piece girl group Kisses. Their upbeat song ‘Kisses and Dancin’ placed eighth in the contest.

Greece compete in the Eurovision Second Semi-Final which airs on Thursday 20th May on BBC4. The final is broadcast on Saturday 22nd May, at 8pm BST on BBC1.

London Greek Radio wishes Stefania and Greece the best of luck in the competition.


Article written by Tony Neophytou

After weeks of teasing the world with only the title ‘El Diablo’, the Cyprus Eurovision entry by Elena Tsagrinou has finally been released.

We were promised an up-tempo track which would be catchy and Elena has certainly lived up that script, releasing her official contest song for ‘El Diablo’ weeks ago.

Cypriot broadcaster CyBC confirmed that Greek star Elena Tsagrinou would fly the flag at the Eurovision Song Contest in The Netherlands in November last year. The 26-year-old Athenian songstress will perform in the Eurovision’s First Semi-Final, at Rotterdam’s Ahoy Arena this May.

The entry is penned by producer Jimmy “Joker” Thornfeldt, a Swedish Grammy-Award winner. He collaborates on the tune with Laurell Barker, Oxa, and Thomas Stengaard.

The up-tempo pop-dance feels current and mainstream. The radio friendly hit, which has entered London Greek Radio playlists. It is a competitive song, which no doubt is helping with its hopes and chances of qualifying and on the left-side scoreboard.

The talented songwriters have said that Spanish title ‘El Diablo’ [“Devil”], is a metaphor, which refer to a ‘bad boy’ in this context or even “aliti” in Greek.

LGR’s Tony Neophytou’s said, “Cyprus have a really catchy song with a useful hook and is instantaneous which a Eurovision song requires. The track starts with the chorus straight away, enhancing the immediate and instant nature of this song.”

The song is about a woman crying out for help after falling in love with a ‘bad boy’ known as ‘El Diablo’ and coming to identify with and bond with her abuser.

Elena playfully purrs with whisper-like prayer asking for help “Mamacita tell me what to do…” in the pre-choruses.

The children’s nursery chant in the middle eight sounds eerily scary and is a touch of fun.

CyBC in a statement said the song describes an abusive relationship and what it means to be a victim of this abuse. “The song represents the age-old battle between good and evil and it speaks of a problematic relationship between a man and woman who suffers from Stockholm Syndrome – the psychological condition when a victim of abuse identifies and bonds with their abuser – who seeks help to get out and the truth always shines.”

Cyprus will be staged with the help of Austrian artistic director Marvin Dietmann who helped Austria to a Eurovision triumph in 2014 with their song ‘Rise Like a Phoenix’.

The involvement of the Austrian creative highlights the Cypriot ambition to impress at this competition.

Elena Tsagrinou said, “My professional team is working extremely hard, with strict disciplined five-hour rehearsals every day for a while. My mindset feels like that of an athlete that is training for something huge, like this contest [translated].”

Mr Neophytou’s view, “Cyprus chances at qualifying are good and in a semi-final with competition in this genre. The catchier Cypriot song, and elevated staging helps to sell it, let’s hope the song qualifies.”

The Cypriot delegation will be quietly optimistic about their qualifying chances for a sixth year. The best ever runners-up result with Eleni Foureira’s ‘Fuego’ in 2018.

Elena is the star of the official music video with her dancing solo which suggests a complete package as a performance singer and stage artist. Her sassiness and seductive gazes are a nice, subtle touch, which the song requires. She is likeable, attractive, and telegenic which helps sell the song. Elena’s joined by her fellow male dancers as song climaxes, hoisted mid-air on the dancer’s shoulders.

Elena began her music career in 2008 as the lead soloist of the Greek band OtherView, before pursuing a solo career after she left them in 2018.

Cypriot chiefs have stuck to the successful formulae, of internally picking artist and song-package. Elena is signed to Panik Records one of Greece’s biggest music labels in Greece, and Cyprus, releasing many top hits from Cypriot and Greek artists which are everyday hits on the LGR air-waves.

Elena performs in the running order of 16 at slot number 8.

Cyprus competes in the First Eurovision Semi-Final which airs on Tuesday 18th May on BBC Four. The Top 10 qualifying counties through to the Final on Saturday 22nd May, on BBC One.

London Greek Radio wishes Elena and Cyprus the best of luck in the Eurovision.


Article written by Tony Neophytou

Top 40 London Greek Radio Airplay Chart, APRIL 2021.
This month’s biggest, most in demand hit songs.
Spinning the best new hit music and current favourites…

London Greek Radio Est. 1989
Original. Authentic. Station

1 Konstantinos Christoforou S’ Ena Tetarto
2 Konstantinos Argiros – Paraskevi Proi [NEW]
3 Petros Iakovidis – Mou Lipses Poli
4 Panos Kalidis – San Trelos [NEW]
5 Anna Vissi – Loulaki
6 Josephine – Paliopaido
7 Nikos Vertis – Koita [NEW]
8 Katy Garbi, Dionisis Shinas – Atofio Hrisafi
9 Despina Vandi – Petra [NEW]
10 Melina Aslanidou, Glykeria – Ftani Kai Perisevi

11 Panos Kiamos, Anastasios Rammos – Sta Hirotera
12 Stan – Ki An
13 Giorgos Sampanis, Panos Katsimichas – Afto Pou Agapas
14 Stelios Rokkos – Den Fovithika
15 Giorgos Papadopoulos – Pote Tha Se Do
16 Haris Alexiou, Onirama – Ximeronei [NEW]
17 Melisses – Pou ‘nai I Agapi
18 Giorgos Kakosaios – I Mia
19 Nikos Oikonomopoulos – Emena Na Akous
20 Dimitra Galani – O Vythos Sou [NEW]

21 Konstantinos Pantelidis – Kairo Tora Paei
22 Giannis Ploutarhos – Monos Mou
23 Natasa Theodoridou – Exapsi
24 Pegky Zina – Anatropi [NEW]
25 Lampis Livieratos – 15 Grammta [NEW]
26 Antonis Remos – Otan Se Rotisane
27 Christos Menidiatis – Teleftaia Agkalia
28 Konstantinos Argiros – Tha ‘mai Edo
29 Elena Tsagrinou – El Diablo [Cyprus Eurovision Song Contest 2021]
30 Stefania – Last Dance [Greece Eurovision Song Contest 2021]

31 Vasilis Karras – Lene Gia Mena
32 Ivi Adamou, Giorgos Mazonakis – Fotia Mou
33 Anastasios Rammos – Oti Ki An Kano
34 Michalis Hatzigiannis – Min Argeis
35 Freedom Fighters, Stamatis Gonidis, Vasilis Dimas – Siko Kai Zise [NEW]
36 Ioulia Kallimani, Stamatis Gonidis – Gynaika Einai
37 Konstantinos Pantelidis – Ki An Me Miso
38 Petros Iakovidis – Mi Thymoneis
39 Alkistis Protopsalti – Nikites Chamenoi
40 Stelios Dionisiou, Pix Lax – Diafani Agapi [NEW]

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Top 40 London Greek Radio Airplay Chart, March 2021.

Some of this month’s most-played Greek hit songs on LGR. Spinning the best new hit music not to mention hot exclusives and promos…

London Greek Radio Est. 1989.
The original station you know, tunes you trust

1 Konstantinos Argiros – Tha ‘mai Edo
2 Konstantinos Christoforou – S’ Ena Tetarto
3 Ivi Adamou, Giorgos Mazonakis – Fotia Mou
4 Vasilis Karras – Lene Gia Mena [NEW VERSION]
5 Gianna Terzi, Paschalis Terzis – Gia Sena Mono
6 Petros Iakovidis – Mi Thymoneis
7 Melisses – Pou ‘nai I Agapi
8 Nikos Oikonomopoulos – Emena Na Akous
9 Michalis Hatzigiannis – Min Argeis
10 Natasa Theodoridou – Exapsi

11 Antonis Remos – Otan Se Rotisane
12 Katy Garbi, Dionisis Shinas – Atofio Hrisafi [NEW VERSION]
13 Giorgos Papadopoulos – Pote Tha Se Do
14 Panos Kiamos – Eipa Ki Ego
15 Josephine – Paliopaido [NEW]
16 Anastasios Rammos – Oti Ki An Kano
17 Konstantinos Pantelidis – Ki An Me Miso
18 Konstantinos Argiros – Athina Mou
19 Christos Menidiatis – Teleftaia Agkalia [NEW]
20 Ageliki Darra – Se Thelo Edo [NEW, World Exclusive to London Greek Radio]

21 Ioulia Kallimani, Stamatis Gonidis – Gynaika Einai
22 Giannis Ploutarhos – Monos Mou [NEW]
23 Giorgos Sampanis, Panos Katsimichas – Afto Pou Agapas
24 Helena Paparizou [Feat. Marseaux] – Deja Vu
25 Petros Iakovidis – Mou Lipses Poli [NEW]
26 Giorgos Tsalikis – Ftais
27 Natasa Theodoridou – Paradothika Se ‘sena
28 Loukas Giorkas – Mou Eleipses Poly
29 Giorgos Kakosaios – I Mia [NEW]
30 Anna Vissi – Loulaki [NEW]

31 Elena Tsagrinou – El Diablo [NEW, Cyprus Eurovision Song Contest 2021]
32 Stefania – Last Dance [NEW, Greece Eurovision Song Contest 2021]
33 Giannis Parios – Ah Agapi [NEW]
34 Stan – Na Xanartheis
35 Melina Aslanidou, Glykeria – Ftani Kai Perisevi [NEW]
36 Panos Kiamos, Anastasios Rammos – Sta Hirotera [NEW]
37 Alkistis Protopsalti – Nikites Chamenoi
38 Sakis Rouvas – Yperanthropos
39 Thodoris Ferris – Paraskevi
40 Elli Kokkinou – Ti Echo Travixei

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Top 40 London Greek Radio Airplay Chart, February 2021.

The Chart is comprised of play-lists, with the best new music and spinning some of our favourite tunes from the last year.

London Greek Radio Est. 1989.
The original station you know, tunes you trust

1 Antonis Remos – Otan Se Rotisane
2 Petros Iakovidis – Mi Thimoneis
3 Ivi Adamou Feat. Giorgos Mazonakis – Fotia Mou
4 Nikos Oikonomopoulos – Emena Na Akous
5 Michalis Hatzigiannis – Min Argeis
6 Stamatis Gonidis & Ioulia Kallimani – Gynaika Einai
7 Natasa Theodoridou – Paradothika Se Sena
8 Giorgos Sabanis, Panos Katsimichas – Afto Pou Agapas
9 Melisses – Pou Nai I Agapi [NEW/EXCLUSIVE]
10 Konstantinos Argiros – Tha ‘Mai Edo

11 Vasilis Karras – Lene Gia Mena [new version]
12 Yianna Terzi Feat. Paschalis Terzis – Gia Sena Mono
13 Loukas Giorkas – Mou Eleipses Poly [NEW]
14 Dionysis Schoinas – Xsipnisa Kapos
15 Helena Paparizou – Se Xeno Soma
16 Anastasios Rammos – Oti Ki An Kano
17 Konstantinos Argiros – Athina Mou
18 Giorgos Livanis – Na Eisai Eftychismeni [NEW] 
19 Sakis Rouvas – Yperanthropos [NEW]
20 Eleonora Zouganeli – Stathero [NEW]

21 Natasa Theodoridou – Exapsi [NEW]
22 Elli Kokkinou – Ti Echo Travixei [NEW]
23 Alcatrash – Terma Ta Psemata
24 Stamatis Gonidis – Den Se Thelo [NEW]
25 Stan – Paidi Tou Cheimona [NEW]
26 Konstantinos Pantelidis – Ki An Me Miso [NEW]
27 Panos Kiamos – Eipa Ki Ego
28 Helena Paparizou [Feat. Marseaux] – Deja Vu [NEW]
29 Valantis – Tote [NEW]
30 Themis Adamantidis – Afto To Ligo [NEW]

31 Nikos Vertis Feat. Amir – I Lexi S’ Agapo
32 Christos Menidiatis – Mporei
33 Thodoris Ferris – Paraskevi [NEW]
34 Jospehine – Ego
35 Konstantinos Christoforou – S’ Ena Tetarto [NEW]
36 Stelios Rokkos – Den Fovithika
37 Alkistis Protopsalti – Nikites Chamenoi [NEW]
38 Christina Salti – Mporei
39 Nikos Oikonomopoulos – Skase Ena Fili
40 Giorgos Sampanis – Agia Thalassa

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Top 40 London Greek Radio Airplay Chart, January 2021.

The Chart is comprised of play-lists, with latest hits, best new music and spinning some of our favourites tunes from the last years.

London Greek Radio Est. 1989.
The original station you know, tunes you trust.

1 Michalis Hatzigiannis – Min Argeis
2 Antonis Remos – Otan Se Rotisane
3 Petros Iakovidis – Mi Thimoneis
4 Ivi Adamou Feat. Giorgos Mazonakis – Fotia Mou
5 Nikos Oikonomopoulos – Emena Na Akous
6 Stamatis Gonidis & Ioulia Kallimani – Gynaika Einai
7 Yianna Terzi Feat. Paschalis Terzis – Gia Sena Mono
8 Konstantinos Argiros – Athina Mou
9 Natasa Theodoridou – Paradothika Se Sena
10 Panos Kiamos – Eipa Ki Ego

11 Giorgos Sabanis, Panos Katsimichas – Afto Pou Agapas
12 Dionysis Schoinas – Xsipnisa Kapos
13 Petros Iakovidis – S’ Agapao Sou Fonaxa
14 Josephine – Ego
15 Konstantinos Argiros – Tha ‘Mai Edo
16 Alcatrash – Terma Ta Psemata
17 Nikos Vertis Feat. Amir – I Lexi S’ Agapo
18 Konstantinos Argiros – Milo Gia Sena [2020]
19 Helena Paparizou – Se Xeno Soma
20 Melina Aslanidou – Den Vazeis Mialo

21 Eleni Foureira – Dokimase Me
22 Stan – Na Ksanartheis
23 Kaiti Garbi – S’ Opoion Areso
24 Christina Salti – Mporei
25 Giorgos Sabanis – Agria Thalassa
26 Christos Menidiatis – Mporei
27 Melisses – Misi Kardia
28 Kostas Martakis – Allos Anthropos
29 Paola – Ametanoiti
30 Despina Vandi – Ena Tsigaro Diadromi

31 Panos Kiamos – Dyo Metra Ouranos
32 Malu – Agyristo Kefali
33 Stelios Rokkos – Den Fovithika
34 Eleonora Zouganeli Feat. Kostas Livadas – I Epimoni Sou
35 Nikiforos – Ta Leme To Vrady
36 Sofia Vossou – To Filaraki
37 Giorgos Giannias – Kratise Me
38 Nikos Oikonomopoulos – Skase Ena Fili
39 Anastasios Rammos – Metakinisi 6
40 Peggy Zina – Eilikrina

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