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Greek pop music on the radio

Greek pop music, also known as Laïkó, is a genre of music originating in Greece that incorporates elements of Western pop, traditional Greek music, and Balkan influences. It became popular in the 1950s and 60s with the introduction of radio and television, and its popularity continued through the decades. Some of the most popular Greek pop artists include Nikos Vertis, Antonis Remos, Despina Vandi, Sakis Rouvas, and Helena Paparizou.

Nikos Vertis is a Greek singer and songwriter known for his hit songs "An Eisai Ena Asteri" and "Thelo na me nioseis". Antonis Remos is another popular Greek pop artist who has won multiple awards for his music. Despina Vandi is a female artist who has released numerous successful albums, and is known for her unique style and voice. Sakis Rouvas is a singer, actor, and television host who has released many popular albums and represented Greece twice in the Eurovision Song Contest. Helena Paparizou is a singer who gained international fame when she won the Eurovision Song Contest in 2005.

There are several radio stations that play Greek pop music, including Radio Greece, Radio Greek Beat, and Radio Greece Melodies. These stations play a variety of Greek pop music, both new and old, and can be accessed online from anywhere in the world. Greek pop music remains an important part of Greek culture and continues to evolve with the times while maintaining its unique sound and style.