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Giorgos Papadopoulos is a Cypriot singer[1] who began its career in Cyprus. After 3 successful EPs he released his first album in both Greek and Cypriot market and started getting popularity also in Greece. He worked with Anna Vissi, Christos Dantis, Nama, Constantinos Christoforou, Christos Thiveos, Helena Paparizou and others.[2][3][4]


Sto Vitho (2003)

First EP, released only in Cyprus. Reached Gold status. The lead single was a composition by popular Greek composer Christos Dantis. The song was later included in Dantis live album performed by himself.

Sose Me (2004)

The second EP, also only released in Cyprus, also achieving Gold status. Lead single was presented during Anna Vissi sold out concert in Nicosia, Cyprus before reaching #1 in Cypriot airplay.

Se Pethimisa (2006)

Papadopoulos final release with All Records Cyprus, was this third EP. The lead single Kati Mou Leei was another #1 hit for Papadopoulos composed by Constantinos Christoforou. The song was later covered by Chirstoforou himself on his 2009 album Alios.

Thalasses (2008)

Papadopoulos debut album and first release in Greece after he joined Virus Records. The album featured 13 all-new songs. Three singles were taken off the original release, that being Ochi (No), a top 20 hit in Greece and #1 in Cyprus, Ta Psichologika Mou and Thalasses (another top 20 hit in Greece).

In 2009 the album was re-released in two editions. The first was a '2 packages box set' featuring the original release package and a bonus disc Soma Me Soma with 4 bonus songs and 4 video clips. The second edition is a CD+DVD set with the CD containing all 13 songs from the original release + the 4 bonus songs from Soma Me Soma and a DVD with the 4 video clips. The 4 bonus songs were new top 20 single Soma Me Soma, Gia Tin Agapi Sou the official soundtrack of the tv-series of Ant1 Cyprus with the same name (already a big hit in Cyprus) and a top 30 hit in Greece, Sose Me from the 2004 EP and Maybe a cover of Ochi in English. The 4 video clips were: Ochi, Ta Psichologika Mou, Thalasses and Gia Tin Agapi Sou. On June 2010 the album was certified 2x Platinum in Greece.[5]

Mazi Mou Se Thelo (2010)

On March 2010 his second album was released titled "Mazi Mou Se Thelo (I Want You With Me)". First single off the album was the song "Min Svinis Ta Fota" which reached top 20 in Greece and no1 in Cyprus. The second single from the album is "Ti Na Protothimitho" which also reached no1 in Cyprus[6]..

Giorgos Papadopoulos will headline the LGR Music Awards (the UK's hit station London Greek Radio) on September 25, Sunday, 2011, while in a performance for music event, at the Millfield Theatre, Silver Street, Edmonton. More details on http://www.lgr.co.uk


^ "Χρήστος Δάντης - Γιώργος Παπαδόπουλος μαζί στην Αρχιτεκτονική από 15 Οκτωβρίου!" (in Greek). MTV Greece. 14 October 2010. Retrieved 9 May 2011.
^ "Giorgos Papadopoulos Official Website". Retrieved April 18, 2010.
^ "Super FM Radio Cyprus". Retrieved April 18, 2010.
^ "Music.Net.Cy Music website". Retrieved April 18, 2010.
^ "Gossip TV.GR". Retrieved June, 26, 2010.
^ "Super FM Cyprus Charts". Retrieved June, 26, 2010.

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