Ola dika sou matia mou – Giannis Poulopoulos

Giannis Poulopoulos sings Ola dika sou matia mou , a Greek song which translates to “Everything yours my eyes (my love)” in English. Ola dika sou matia mou is a classic love song, performed by one of the most tender … Read more

Apopse se thelo – Marinella

Marinella sings Apopse se thelo, a famous Greek song which translates to “Tonight I want you”. Apopse se thelo is a legendary love song in Greece, written by Lefteris Papadopoulos and composed by Mimis Plessas. It seems that once upon … Read more

Poia nihta s’ eklepse – Giannis Poulopoulos

Giannis Poulopoulos sings Poia nihta s’eklepse, a Greek song which means Which night stole you in English. Poia nihta s’eklepse is one of the best songs ever written in Greek music, composed by Mimmis Plessas on lyrics written by Lefteris … Read more

An einai i agapi amartia – Tzeni Vanou

Tzeni Vanou sings An einai i agapi amartia, one of the most known Greek laika songs, which means “If love is a sin”. An einai i agapi amartia is a love song, written by Elias Limperopoulos, on the music composed … Read more

Anoixe petra – Marinella

Marinella sings Anoixe petra, an infamous Greek song translated to “Open tombstone” in English. Anoixe petra has to be one of the all time classic Greek songs, and probably the most characteristic song sung by Marinella. The song was heard … Read more

Tha pio apopse to feggari – Giannis Poulopoulos

Giannis Poulopoulos sings “Tha pio apopse to feggari” a lovely hasapiko song which means “I will drink the moon tonight”. Good old times of – the cheesy but popular and easy to watch – Greek cinema.  The song was heard … Read more

Vrehei fotia sti strata mou – Stratos Dionysiou

Stratos Dionysiou sings Vrehei fotia sti strata mou, one of the most beloved and popular Greek songs, which means “It’s raining fire on my way”. Vrehei fotia sti strata mou is probably one of the best zeibekika songs ever written and … Read more

Ti sou kana kai pineis – Poly Panou

Poly Panou sings “Ti sou kana kai pineis” a known and beloved Greek Laiko song, which translates “What have I done to you and you are drinking” in English.  Poly Panou marked this song with her characteristic and distinctive voice, … Read more