Constantinos Christoforou released his new single “Signomi”, which means “Sorry”. The song is composed by Haralambos Prountzos. The official music video of the song will be available this Monday!
Constantinos Christoforou was born on April 25, 1977, in Lemeson, Cyprus. He is a Greek-Cypriot singer and songwriter. At the age of 17, he released his first EP and two years later he represented Cyprus in Eurovision. His song “Mono gia was” (Only For Us) managed to paced 9th. In 1999, he joined the greek boy-band One. The band gained great success in both Cyprus and Greece, having all their three albums certified platinum. In 2002, One represented Cyprus at Eurovision with the song “Gimme” achieving the 6th place. The band disbanded in 2004 and reunited in 2020 for the song “Billy Bam Bam”, a song that was submitted to the greek broadcaster for Eurovision. The song wasn’t selected. In 2005, Constantinos once again represented Cyprus to the contest as a solo artist. His song “Ela Ela” placed 18th in the final. Today, Constantinos has released 6 studio albums, 4 EPs and multiple singles as a solo artist. He is also a respected artist in both countries.
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