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White Christmas (song)

“White Christmas” is a 1942 Irving Berlin song reminiscing about an old-fashioned Christmas setting. According to the Guinness World Records, the version sung by Bing Crosby is the best-selling single of all time, with estimated sales in excess of 100 million copies worldwide.[1] Other versions of the song, along with Crosby’s, have sold over 150 million copies.[1][2][3][4][5]

Accounts vary as to when and where Berlin wrote the song.[5] One story is that he wrote it in 1940, in warm La Quinta, California, while staying at the La Quinta Hotel, a frequent Hollywood retreat also favored by writer-director-producer Frank Capra, although the Arizona Biltmore also claims the song was written there.[6] He often stayed up all night writing — he told his secretary, “Grab your pen and take down this song. I just wrote the best song I’ve ever written — heck, I just wrote the best song that anybody’s ever written!”[7]

Voltes St Asteria

“Voltes St Asteria” (Greek: Βόλτες στ’ αστερια; English: Rides to the stars) is a song by the Greek Cypriot singer Ivi Adamou from her second album San Ena Oniro, written by Giannis Hristodoulopoulos and Giannis Doxas and produced by Giannis Hristodoulopoulos. It was released on 21 June 2011.

To Mistiko Mou Na Vris

“To Mistiko Mou Na Vreis” (Greek: Το μυστικό μου να βρεις; English: Find my secret) is the third single by the Greek Cypriot singer Ivi Adamou from her first album Kalokairi Stin Kardia, written by Adam Baptiste, Alex Papaconstantinou and Giannis Doxas. It was released on June 10, 2010.

A poll was held to find out which song would be Ivi’s next single. The poll was between Gelaei and To Mistiko Mou Na Vreis. The poll was held in August 2010. It was announced on 30 August 2010 that the winner was To Mistiko Mou Na Vreis. The filming started in September 2010. The video was released on 15 November 2010. [1][2][3]
The video was uploaded on 15 November 2010 in IviAdamouTV. The video was blocked by SME worldwide and it was unblocked in 2011. It was announced that it would be uploaded again in VEVO channel but it never did.

Tipota De Mas Stamata

“Tipota De Mas Stamata” (Greek: Τίποτα δε μας σταματά; English: Nothing Stops Us) is a song recorded by Greek Cypriot singer Ivi Adamou. It was released on 18 January 2016 on radio stations and digitally on 25 January 2016.[1] It is the first single of the singer since her 2013 non-album single “Ponane Oi Agapes”. The song was written and produced by Michalis Kouinelis.

“Tipota De Mas Stamata” received critical acclaim from critics, who praised the more mature sound of the singer and also the optimistic messages and its upbeat sound. The accompanying music video for the song was filmed in late 2015 and premiered on 24 January 2016. The video shows Adamou walking around a city and also dancing on a white background with other dancers. Ivi Adamou promoted her song by performing it live during her residency concert at the Fever music hall with Nikos Oikonomopoulos and Christos Cholidis.

Time to Love (song)

“Time to Love” is a 2013 pop and dance song by the Greek-Cypriot singer Ivi Adamou with the Spanish DJ Marsal Ventura.[1] It was announced that the song would be released in February 2013. In mid-February Ivi announced through her Facebook page that the song would be released on 27 February 2013 at Flaix FM and will be on sale on 5 March. [2] A teaser of the song was released on 21 February. [3][4]

The song was released on 27 February 2013 through the Spanish radio Flaix FM. The song is available for download on 5 March 2013. Few minutes after the songs was played in the radio a lyric video was uploaded in Marsal’s official channel. [2][4][5]
The single was released in Spain, Greece and Cyprus on 5 March.[6] Later, on 19 April, it was released in Russia, Sweden, Norway and the United Kingdom.[7]

Sose Me (Lights On)

“Sose Me (Lights On)” (Greek: Σώσε Με; English: Save Me) is the second single by the Greek Cypriot singer Ivi Adamou from her first album Kalokairi Stin Kardia, written by Lene Dissing, Hanif Sabzevari, Dimitris Stassos, Marcus Winther-John and Giannis Doxas. It was released April 26, 2010. Japanese singer Ayumi Hamasaki has sampled the song for her 2012 song Tell me why.

Santa Claus Is Coming to Town

“Santa Claus Is Comin’ to Town”[1] is a Christmas song. It was written by John Frederick Coots and Haven Gillespie and was first sung on Eddie Cantor’s radio show in November 1934. It became an instant hit with orders for 100,000 copies of sheet music and more than 30,000 records sold within 24 hours.[2][3]

The earliest known recorded version of the song was by banjoist Harry Reser and his band on October 24, 1934 (Decca 264A) featuring Tom Stacks on vocal, the version shown in the Variety charts of December 1934. The song was a sheet music hit, reaching #1. The song was also recorded on September 26, 1935, by Tommy Dorsey & His Orchestra.[citation needed]

San Erthi I Mera

San Erthi I Mera (Greek: Σαν έρθει η μέρα) is a 2010 pop and hip hop song by the Greek-Cypriot singer Ivi Adamou with the Greek hip hop band Stavento. It was revealed that the song will be released on 13 April 2010 at MAD TV.[1]
Track listing Digital download – “San Erthi I Mera” – 3:34

Ponane Oi Agapes

“Ponane Oi Agapes” (Greek: Πονάνε οι αγάπες; English: Loves Hurt) is a 2013 pop song by the Greek-Cypriot singer Ivi Adamou. It was released on 31 May 2013.[1][2]

The song was released via the official channel of Sony Music Greece. It is her second single that is written by Meth (Stavento), with the first being “Kano Mia Efhi”.

Na Sou Tragoudo

Na Sou Tragoudo (Greek: Να σου τραγουδώ) is a 2013 pop and hip hop song by the Greek-Cypriot singer Ivi Adamou with the Greek hip hop band Stavento. It’s their second collaboration, after San Erthi I Mera. A teaser was released on 22 February 2013 and was later announced that the song will be released on 4 March 2013.[1][2]

Stavento posted a photo from the shooting of the video clip on 6 February, announcing their second collaboration with Ivi Adamou.[1][3] The song was first heard along with the music video on MAD TV YouTube Channel and MAD Radio 106,2 on 4 March 2013.[2][4]

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