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Eleni Foureira discography

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Eleni Foureira discography
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Foureira performing in 2013
Studio albums5
Music videos37
EPs1
Singles46

The discography of Albanian-born Greek singer Eleni Foureira consists of five studio albums, one extended-play, thirty-five singles (including six as a featured artist) and twenty-nine music videos.[1]

Albums

Title Details Peak chart positions Sales Certifications
(sales thresholds)
GRE
[2]
Eleni Foureira 1
  • GRE: 12,000
  • GRE: Platinum
Ti Poniro Mou Zitas
  • Released: 26 June 2012
  • Label: Minos EMI
  • Formats: CD, Digital download
7
Anemos Agapis
  • Released: 21 December 2014
  • Label: Minos EMI
  • Formats: CD, Digital download
3
Vasilissa
  • Released: 9 December 2017
  • Label: Panik Records
  • Formats: CD, Digital download
1
  • GRE: 15,000
  • GRE: Platinum
Poli_Ploki
  • Released: 3 June 2022 (14 November 2022 for CD)
  • Label: Panik Records
  • Formats: CD, Digital download
1

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IFPI Greece

IFPI Greece

International Federation of the Phonographic Industry Greece, or simply IFPI Greece, is the Greek branch of the International Federation of the Phonographic Industry (IFPI) and is the official charts provider and recording sales certification body for Greece. The association compiles and publishes a Top 75 album sales chart. The chart is sponsored by Cyta Hellas.

Universal Music Group

Universal Music Group

Universal Music Group N.V. is a Dutch–American multinational music corporation under Dutch law. UMG's corporate headquarters are located in Hilversum, Netherlands and its operational headquarters are located in Santa Monica, California. The biggest music company in the world, it is one of the "Big Three" record labels, along with Sony Music and Warner Music Group. Tencent acquired ten percent of Universal Music Group in March 2020 for €3 billion and acquired an additional ten percent stake in January 2021. Pershing Square Holdings later acquired ten percent of UMG prior to its IPO on the Euronext Amsterdam stock exchange. The company went public on September 21, 2021, at a valuation of €46 billion.

Music download

Music download

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Ti Poniro Mou Zitas

Ti Poniro Mou Zitas

Ti Poniro Mou Zitas is the second studio album by Greek singer Eleni Foureira. The album was released in Greece and Cyprus on July 1, 2012 by Minos-EMI S.A.

Minos EMI

Minos EMI

Minos EMI is a record company based in Athens, Greece. The company serves as the Greek record label and offices of the multinational Universal Music Group.

Anemos Agapis (Album)

Anemos Agapis (Album)

Anemos Agapis is the third studio album by Greek singer Eleni Foureira. The album was released in Greece and Cyprus on December 22, 2014 by Minos-EMI S.A.

Vasilissa (album)

Vasilissa (album)

Vasilissa is the fourth studio album by Greek-Albanian singer Eleni Foureira and her first album release with Panik Records. The album was released on 11 December 2017. The album is certified platinum in Greece. The album was reissued twice in 2018, once as Fuego and later as Vasilissa .

Reissues

Title Details Peak chart positions

GRE

Vasilissa (Platinum Edition)
  • Released: 13 December 2018[3]
  • Label: Panik Records
  • Formats: CD, digital download
1

Extended plays

Title Details
Gypsy Woman
  • Released: 17 May 2019[3]
  • Label: Panik Records
  • Formats: Digital download

Singles

As lead artist

Title Year Peak chart positions Certifications Album
GRE
[2]
AUT
[4]
FRA
[5]
IRE
[6]
NLD
[7]
NOR
[8]
SPA
[9]
SWE
[10]
SWI
[11]
UK
[12]
"To 'Cho (Pom Pom)" 2010 8 Eleni Foureira
"Mia Nychta Mono"
(featuring Thirio)
7
"Ase Me" 2011 14
"Paixe Mazi Mou"
(with Ciprian Rodu)
Ti Poniro Mou Zitas
"Reggaeton" 6 36
"Pio Erotas Pethaineis" 2012 6
"Radevou Sti Paralia" 2013 Anemos Agapis
"Anemos Agapis" 2014 20
"Party Sleep Repeat (PSR)"
"Vazo Tin Kardia" 11
"Mou Pan Ι Agapi"
"Pio Dinata" 2015 32 Vasilissa
"Sto Theo Me Paei" 9
"Den Sou Xrostao Agapi" 2016 18
"Ti Koitas"
(featuring MIKE)
3
"2017 S' Agapo" 7 Non-album single
"Mono Gia Sena" 2017 11 Vasilissa
"To Kati Pou Echeis" 11
"Vasilissa" 6
"2018 S' Agapo" 20
"Fuego" 2018 1 35 70 50 96 16 9 14 46 64 Vasilissa (Platinum Edition)
"Caramela" 1
"Tómame" 1 Non-album singles
"2019 S' Agapo" 14
"Triumph" 2019 9
"El Ritmo Psicodélico" 5 Gypsy Woman
"Loquita"
(with Claydee)
1 Non-album singles
"2020 S' Agapo" 10
"Yayo" 2020 3
"Temperatura" 10
"Light It Up" 26
"Dokimase Me" 14
"Mporei"
(with Mad Clip)
2021 1
  • GRE: Diamond
Poli_Ploki
"Aeraki (To Thiliko)" 1
  • GRE: 2× Platinum
"Fotiá"
(with Evangelia)
3
  • GRE: Platinum
"Poli_Ploki" 2022 30
  • GRE: Gold
"El Telephone"
(with DJ Bobito and Ayman)
4
  • GRE: 2× Platinum
"Egw & Esy"
(with Trannos)
1
  • GRE: Platinum
Non-album single
"Aya"
(featuring Hawk)
19
  • GRE: Platinum
Poli_Ploki
"El Telephone (Remix)"
(with Mente Fuerte, Trannos, Fy, Dj Bobito, Ayman)
  • GRE: Platinum
Non-album single
"—" denotes a release that did not chart or was not released in that territory.

As featured artist

Title Year Peak chart positions Album
GRE
[2]
ALB
[16]
"Chica Bomb" (Remix)
(Dan Balan featuring Eleni Foureira)
2010 Eleni Foureira
"To Party De Stamata"
(Midenistis featuring Eleni Foureira)
2012 3 Ti Poniro Mou Zitas
"Tranquila*"
(J Balvin featuring Eleni Foureira)
2014 1 Anemos Agapis
"Delicious"
(Butrint Imeri featuring Eleni Foureira)
2016 5 Non-album single
"Send for Me"
(A.M. SNiPER featuring Eleni Foureira and Afro B)
2017 5 Vasilissa
"Sirens**"
(Kaan featuring Snoop Dogg and Eleni Foureira)
2019 4 Non-album singles
"Μadame"
(Kings, Trannos featuring Eleni Foureira)
2022
"—" denotes a recording that did not chart or was not released in that territory.
  • 1. Tranquila feat. Eleni Foureira charted in Latin America in the following spots; Mexico #74, Chile #122, Argentina #138, Peru #141, Ecuador #150.[17]
    • 2. Sirens feat. Snoop Dogg & Eleni Foureira charted in the International iTunes Chart #132, as well as Germany #18 & Austria #44. [18]

Promotional singles

Title Year Peak chart positions Album
GRE
[2]
"Pes To Kathara"
(with Vasilis Karras)
2014 Anemos Agapis
"Allo Level"
(with Lil Barty)
2019 23 Non-album single
"Mono Esy Kai Ego"
(with Konstantinos Argiros)
2022 65 Poli_Ploki and 22
"—" denotes a recording that did not chart or was not released in that territory.

Other charted and certified songs

Title Year Peak chart positions Certifications Album
GRE
[2]
"All I Need"
(featuring Loud)
2012 Ti Poniro Mou Zitas
"Fotia"
(featuring NEVMA)
Non-album single
"To Deserve You" 2013 Anemos Agapis
"Ladies (Stand Up)" 2015 Vasilissa
"Pio Dinata (Remix)"
(with Giannis Zissis)
Non-album single
"Come Tiki Tam" 2016 Vasilissa
"Follow The Sunrise" 2017
"Gigi In Paradisco" 2018 Non-album single
"Fuego (Spanish Version)" Vasilissa
"Fuego (Playmen Festival Remix)"
(with Playmen)
"Caramela (English Version)" Non-album single
"Gypsy Woman (La-Da-Dee)" 2019 39 Gypsy Woman
"Call Ya" 33
"Barcelona" 32
"Maria" 45
"Temperatura (Spanish Version)" 2020 Non-album singles
"Yayo (Accoustic Version)"
"Temperatura (Themis G Mix)"
(with Themis G.)
2021
"Dokimase Me (Sergio T. & Mr. SPa Remix)"
(with Sergio T. and Mr. SPa)
"Dokimase Me (V.Koutonias & D. Telkis Remix)"
(with V.Koutonias and D. Telkis)
"Perder Control"
(with Evangelia)
2022
"Sigkinitika (Sigkinithika)" 28
  • GRE: Gold
Poli_Ploki
"Xereis I Eleni" 76
"Ohi" 98

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IFPI Greece

IFPI Greece

International Federation of the Phonographic Industry Greece, or simply IFPI Greece, is the Greek branch of the International Federation of the Phonographic Industry (IFPI) and is the official charts provider and recording sales certification body for Greece. The association compiles and publishes a Top 75 album sales chart. The chart is sponsored by Cyta Hellas.

Syndicat National de l'Édition Phonographique

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Irish Singles Chart

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Productores de Música de España

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Sverigetopplistan

Sverigetopplistan

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Swiss Hitparade

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UK Singles Chart

UK Singles Chart

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Ti Poniro Mou Zitas

Ti Poniro Mou Zitas

Ti Poniro Mou Zitas is the second studio album by Greek singer Eleni Foureira. The album was released in Greece and Cyprus on July 1, 2012 by Minos-EMI S.A.

Anemos Agapis (Album)

Anemos Agapis (Album)

Anemos Agapis is the third studio album by Greek singer Eleni Foureira. The album was released in Greece and Cyprus on December 22, 2014 by Minos-EMI S.A.

To Kati

To Kati

To Kati is the eleventh studio album by Greek artist, Katy Garbi. It was released on 10 April 2000 by Sony Music Greece and received quadruple-platinum certification, selling over 200,000 units*. It was ranked among the best-selling Greek album of decade, and was the second top-seller album of 2000. The album was written entirely by Phoebus and was a farewell album under his contract with Sony Music Greece. It contains seven new songs, while the rest are greatest hits of their partnership.

Fuego (Eleni Foureira song)

Fuego (Eleni Foureira song)

"Fuego" is a song by Greek singer Eleni Foureira. The song was produced by Alex Papaconstantinou, Didrick and Victory, who also served as co-writers with Anderz Wrethov, Geraldo Sandell and Viktor Svensson. It was released as a single for digital download and streaming on 9 March 2018 in Greece and in various countries on 19 May by A-P, Panik and Sony. Incorporating ethnic and traditional elements, it is an upbeat dance and pop song, with the lyrics addressing female empowerment as well as emancipation and strength.

Videos

Music Videos

Title Year Director(s) Album
"To 'Cho (Pom Pom)" 2010 Konstantinos Rigos[19] ´ Eleni Foureira
"Mia Nychta Mono" Vangelis Tsaousopoulos[20]
"Ase Me" 2011 Vangelis Tsaousopoulos[21]
"Reggaeton" Yiannis Papadakos & Dimitris Platanias[22] Ti Poniro Mou Zitas
"To Party De Stamata" 2012 Yiannis Papadakos & Dimitris Platanias[23]
"Stou Erota Tin Trela" Apollon Papatheocharis[24]
"Pio Erotas Pethaineis" 2013 Apollon Papatheocharis[25]
"Sweetest Love" Apollon Papatheocharis[26] Anemos Agapis
Anemos Agapis 2014 Apollon Papatheocharis[27]
"Party Sleep Repeat (PSR)" Apollon Papatheocharis[28]
"Mou Pan I Agapi" Yiannis Papadakos[29]
"Pio Dynata" 2015 Black Mamba[30] Vasilissa
"Sto Theo Me Paei" Yiannis Papadakos[31]
"Den Sou Xrostao Agapi" 2016 Yiannis Papadakos[32]
"Ti Koitas" Sherif Francis[33]
"2017 S'Agapo" Yiannis Papadakos[34] Non-album single
"Mono Gia Sena" 2017 Black Mamba[35] Vasilissa
"To Kati Pou Echeis" Sherif Francis[36]
"Send for Me"
(A.M. SNiPER feat. Eleni Foureira and Afro B)
A.M. SNiPER & Huge-G[37]
"Vasilissa" Yiannis Papadakos[38]
"2018 S'Agapo" Yannis Papadakos[39]
"Fuego" 2018 Apollon Papatheocharis[40] Vasilissa (Platinum Edition)
"Caramela (Greek Version)" Pierros Andrakakos[41]
"Tómame" Yannis Dimolitsas[42] Non-album single
"Tómame (Choreography Video)" George Mpenioudakis[43]
"Triumph" 2019 Yannis Dimolitsas[44]
"Sirens"
(Kaan featuring Snoop Dogg and Eleni Foureira)
PickCodes & Harris Hodovic[45]
"Loquita"
(with Claydee)
Yiannis Papadakos[46]
"Allo Level" Crystal View[47]
"Yayo" 2020 Yannis Dimolitsas[48]
"Temperatura (Greek Version)" Yannis Dimolitsas[49]
"Light It Up" Giannis Michelopoulos[50]
"Mporei"
(Mad Clip with Eleni Foureira)
2021 George Mpenioudakis [51] Poli_Ploki
"Aeraki (To Thiliko)" George Mpenioudakis[52]
"Fotiá (Greek Version)"
(Evangelia and Eleni Foureira)
George Mpenioudakis [53]
"Poli_Ploki" 2022 Yannis Dimolitsas
"Aya"
(Eleni Foureira featuring Hawk)
George Mpenioudakis
"Egw & Esy"
(Trannos and Eleni Foureira)
Manos Makrakis
"El Telephone (Remix)"
(Eleni Foureira with Mente Fuerte, Trannos, Fy, Dj Bobito, Ayman)
Yannis Dimolitsas

Lyric Videos

Title Year Artist Album
Vazo Tin Kardia[54] 2014 Eleni Foureira Anemos Agapis
Mou 'Pan I Agapi[55]
Ladies (Stand Up)[56] 2015 Vasilissa
Pio Dynata[57]
Sto Theo Me Paei[58]
Pio Dynata (Giannis Zissis Official Remix)[59] Eleni Foureira + Giannis Zissis Non-album single
O Tropos[60] Boys & Noise feat. Eleni Foureira Tainia Fantasias
Ti Koitas[61] 2016 Eleni Foureira feat. MIKE Vasilissa
Fuego (Spanish Version)[62] 2018 Eleni Foureira Vasilissa (Platinum Edition)
2019 S'agapo Non-album single
El Ritmo Psicodélico[63] 2019 Gypsy Woman
2020 S'agapo[64] Non-album single
Temperatura (Spanish Version)[65] 2020
Dokimase Me[66]

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Ti Poniro Mou Zitas

Ti Poniro Mou Zitas

Ti Poniro Mou Zitas is the second studio album by Greek singer Eleni Foureira. The album was released in Greece and Cyprus on July 1, 2012 by Minos-EMI S.A.

Anemos Agapis (Album)

Anemos Agapis (Album)

Anemos Agapis is the third studio album by Greek singer Eleni Foureira. The album was released in Greece and Cyprus on December 22, 2014 by Minos-EMI S.A.

Vasilissa (album)

Vasilissa (album)

Vasilissa is the fourth studio album by Greek-Albanian singer Eleni Foureira and her first album release with Panik Records. The album was released on 11 December 2017. The album is certified platinum in Greece. The album was reissued twice in 2018, once as Fuego and later as Vasilissa .

To Kati

To Kati

To Kati is the eleventh studio album by Greek artist, Katy Garbi. It was released on 10 April 2000 by Sony Music Greece and received quadruple-platinum certification, selling over 200,000 units*. It was ranked among the best-selling Greek album of decade, and was the second top-seller album of 2000. The album was written entirely by Phoebus and was a farewell album under his contract with Sony Music Greece. It contains seven new songs, while the rest are greatest hits of their partnership.

Fuego (Eleni Foureira song)

Fuego (Eleni Foureira song)

"Fuego" is a song by Greek singer Eleni Foureira. The song was produced by Alex Papaconstantinou, Didrick and Victory, who also served as co-writers with Anderz Wrethov, Geraldo Sandell and Viktor Svensson. It was released as a single for digital download and streaming on 9 March 2018 in Greece and in various countries on 19 May by A-P, Panik and Sony. Incorporating ethnic and traditional elements, it is an upbeat dance and pop song, with the lyrics addressing female empowerment as well as emancipation and strength.

Claydee

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Yayo (Eleni Foureira song)

Yayo (Eleni Foureira song)

"Yayo" is a song recorded by Greek singer Eleni Foureira. The electropop and R&B song was written by the aforementioned artist together with Andy Nicolas, Klejdi Llupa and Kareem Kalokoh. An accompanying music video was shot in the United States and officially premiered onto the official YouTube channel of the singer's label Panik Records on 3 March 2020, where it has since accumulated more than 6.5 million views.

Eleni Foureira

Eleni Foureira

Eleni Foureira is a naturalised Greek, Albanian singer and dancer. She began her music career in 2007 as a member of the Greek girl group Mystique, pursuing a solo career after the group disbanded in 2009.

Evangelia

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Live Performances

Title Year Event Album
Chica Bomb (Remix)
(Dan Balan featuring Eleni Foureira)
2010 MAD Video Music Awards Eleni Foureira
Pexe Mazi Mou (Fun - O Eh A) (Ciprian Robu featuring Eleni Foureira) 2011 Ti Poniro Mou Zitas[67]
"All I Need" (with LOUD) 2012 MADWalk
Fotia (Eleni Foureira featuring NEBMA) MAD Video Music Awards Non-album single
Wild Dances (Eurosong 2013)" (with Ruslana) 2013 Eurosong - A MAD Show
Toxic MADWalk
To Deserve You (Alex Leon Remix)[68] Anemos Agapis[69]
Oneiro Zo / Den tairiazete sou leo (Pantelis Pantelidis featuring Eleni Foureira & Stan) MAD Video Music Awards Non-album single
"Radevou Sti Paralia / Congo" (with X)
Tranquila (with J Balvin) 2014 Anemos Agapis[69]
Ladies (Stand Up)[70] 2015 MADWalk Vasilissa[71]
Sto Theo Me Paei MAD Video Music Awards
Who / Habibi (Claydee, Faydee, Bo featuring Eleni Foureira) Non-album single
Den Sou Xrostao Agapi 2016 MADWalk Vasilissa
Sto Theo Me Paei x Ego (Ale Ale Ale)[72] MADWalk Cyprus Non-album single
Taste The Feeling (with Konstantinos Angelopoulos & Anastasios Rammos)[73] MAD Video Music Awards
Ti Koitas (featuring MIKE) Vasilissa
Follow the Sunrise 2017 MADWalk
To Kati Pou Eheis[74] MAD Video Music Awards
To Kati Pou Eheis[75] SMA Cyprus
Gigi In Paradisco 2018 MADWalk Non-album single
Fuego ESC 2018 semi-final Eurovision Song Contest 2018 Vasilissa (Platinum Edition)
Fuego ESC 2018 final
Fuego SMA Cyprus
Fuego Playmen Festival Remix MAD Video Music Awards
Caramela x Demasiado Corazon (featuring 719) Non-album single
Fuego, Pexe Mazi Mou (Fun - O Eh A), Swish Swish, Mono Gia Sena, Anywhere, One Kiss, No Tears Left To Cry, Lo malo, X, Gigi In Paradisco, Havana, Conga, Let's Get Loud, Reggaeton, Tranquila[76] Barcelona Pride Various
Fuego Madrid Pride
Fuego Stockholm Pride
Fuego Amsterdam Pride
Fuego, Caramela (English Version), X, Tranquila[77] RIX FM Festival Gothenburg
Fuego[78] LOS40 Music Awards 2018 Vasilissa (Platinum Edition)
Tómame*[79] Feliz 2019! Non-album single
Fuego x Tómame[80] 2019 Söngvakeppnin 2019
Gypsy Woman MADWalk Gypsy Woman (EP)
Switch Song (ESC 2019 interval act) (with Conchita Wurst, Måns Zelmerlöw, Verka Serduchka, and Gali Atari) Eurovision Song Contest 2019 Non-album single
El Ritmo Psicodélico x Gasolina (featuring 2J) MAD Video Music Awards
Fuego x Tómame SMA Cyprus
Fuego[81] Het Grote Songfestivalfeest Vasilissa (Platinum Edition)
Fuego, Dokimase Me, Light It Up, El Ritmo Psicodélico, Loquita, Caramela[82] 2020 Just the 2 of Us Various
Dokimase Me[83] 2021 MAD Video Music Awards Non-album single
Light It Up feat. Chraja x Super C*unterines[84]
Light It Up x Gimme! Gimme! Gimme! (A Man After Midnight)[85] MAD Walk
Yayo x Streets (Silhoutte Remix) x Reggaeton x Ti Koitas x El Ritmo Psicodélico x Tranquila Remix x Loquita x MONTERO (Call Me By Your Name) x Pio Erotas Pethenis x Sto Theo Me Paei x Mporei x Caramela x Seven Nation Army and Dokimase Me Mashup x Light It Up and Levitating (song) Mashup x Rhythm Nation x Zitti e buoni x Fuego[86] House of Fame (Final) Various
Aeraki (To Thiliko) [87] MAD Video Music Awards Poli_Ploki
El Ritmo Psicodélico x Fuego x Sirens x Caramela[88] Greece's Next Top Model Non-album single

(*)further, Eleni is cited as performer on Spanish wikipage: https://es.wikipedia.org/wiki/Programas_especiales_de_La_1_en_Nochevieja

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Eleni Foureira

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Eleni Foureira is a naturalised Greek, Albanian singer and dancer. She began her music career in 2007 as a member of the Greek girl group Mystique, pursuing a solo career after the group disbanded in 2009.

MAD Video Music Awards

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Ti Poniro Mou Zitas

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Ti Poniro Mou Zitas is the second studio album by Greek singer Eleni Foureira. The album was released in Greece and Cyprus on July 1, 2012 by Minos-EMI S.A.

Toxic (song)

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Anemos Agapis (Album)

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Pantelis Pantelidis

Pantelis Pantelidis

Pantelis Pantelidis was a Greek singer, songwriter and lyricist. He died on 18 February 2016 in a car crash.

Stan (singer)

Stan (singer)

Stan, is a Greek singer, songwriter and fashion model.

Tranquila

Tranquila

"Tranquila" is a song by Colombian singer J Balvin, and included in his first album La Familia (2013). It was released as the second single from the album on October 15, 2012.

J Balvin

J Balvin

José Álvaro Osorio Balvín, known professionally as J Balvin, is a Colombian singer. He has been referred to as the "Prince of Reggaeton", and is one of the best-selling Latin artists, with over 35 million records. Balvin was born in Medellín. At age 17, he moved to the United States to learn English, where he lived in both Oklahoma and New York. He then returned to Medellín and gained popularity performing at clubs in the city.

Vasilissa (album)

Vasilissa (album)

Vasilissa is the fourth studio album by Greek-Albanian singer Eleni Foureira and her first album release with Panik Records. The album was released on 11 December 2017. The album is certified platinum in Greece. The album was reissued twice in 2018, once as Fuego and later as Vasilissa .

Golden Boy (Nadav Guedj song)

Golden Boy (Nadav Guedj song)

"Golden Boy" is a song performed by Israeli singer Nadav Guedj and was written by Doron Medalie. It was chosen by public broadcaster IBA to represent Israel in the Eurovision Song Contest 2015. The song was premièred on 12 March 2015. It was released as a digital download on 15 March 2015 as the lead single from his debut studio album Nadav Guedj (2016). It is the first ever Israeli Eurovision entry with lyrics entirely in the English language. Within the Eurovision Song Contest, the song went through to the grand final after finishing in 3rd place in the 2nd Semi-final. The song finished in 9th place in the grand final with 97 points.

Source: "Eleni Foureira discography", Wikipedia, Wikimedia Foundation, (2022, November 25th), https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Eleni_Foureira_discography.

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