Anna Vissi released her new single “Tromagmeno Mou”, which means “My Terrified One”. The song is about the homicide of the Greek LGBT activist Zak Kostopoulos. Anna Vissi released the song exactly two years after the death of the young activist and about a month prior to the trial.
The song is composed by Giorgos Kalogeropoulos and Lina Dimopoulou.
Anna Vissi was born on 20 December 1957, in Larnaca, Cyprus. With a career that spreads in more than four decades, Anna Vissi is one of the biggest female artists of Greece and Cyprus. She has released 28 studio albums, all of which with great success. Except for singing, she is a songwriter, actress, television presenter and businesswoman. She has participated in a total of three times in Eurovision, two times for Greece (1980, 2006) and one time for Cyprus (1982). Her best placing was for Cyprus when she finished 5th with 85 points. Her most recent album came out in 2019 and it is titled “Iliotropia”, which means “Sunflowers”. The album topped the Greek charts.
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