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Erotas (song)

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"Erotas"
Single by Sirusho
ReleasedJanuary 2009
FormatDigital download, CD single
Recorded2009
GenreLaiko, dance-pop
Songwriter(s)Hayko, Natalia Germanou
Producer(s)Hayko
Sirusho singles chronology
"Qélé, Qélé"
(2008)
"Erotas"
(2009)
"Time to Pray"
(2010)
"Qélé, Qélé"
(2008)
"Erotas"
(2009)
"Time to Pray"
(2010)

"Erotas" (Greek: "Έρωτας"; English: Love), also known as "Erotas Ksafnikos" (English: Sudden Love), is a song by Armenian singer Sirusho. It is performed in Greek and is the artist's first song in the language.

The music video was released in Armenia, Cyprus and Greece. The song is an up-tempo dance song with a traditional Greek laiko influence. It was composed by Hayko and written by Natalia Germanou, who also wrote Greece's winning Eurovision entry "My Number One" by Elena Paparizou.[1] Sirusho performed the song for first time live at Thessaloniki and then at Tashir Armenian Awards ceremony in April 2009.

References[edit | edit source]

  1. Shegrikyan, Zaven (2009-04-01). "Armenia: Sirusho's video in greek released!". ESCToday. Archived from the original on 2009-04-02. Retrieved 2009-04-01.


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