Andrew Lambrou, who will represent Cyprus at the next Eurovision Song Contest, just signed up with Panic Records, one of the biggest music record labels in Greece.
The 24-year old artist from Australia with Cypriot roots was signing the contract together with Giorgos Arsenakos, the CEO of Panik Records in the Greek capital Athens. The record label will collaborate with City Records Australia and the Cypriot broadcaster CyBC for the upcoming Eurovision.
The Panik Entertainment Group was founded in 2011 and consists of different record labels and artist management services. The company has the four sublabels Panik Platinum, Panik Oxygen, Panik Gold, which only represents Anna Vissi (Greek Eurovision representative of 1980, 1982 and 2006) and Panik Records, the most famous sublabel that focuses on dance, pop and R’n’B.
After being selected as the Cypriot Eurovision representative over a month ago, Andrew Lambrou flew to Stockholm, Sweden last week to record his Eurovision song with Jimmy Jansson and Thomas Stengaard. He is now on his way to Cyprus for preparations and media appointments.
Cyprus at Eurovision
Cyprus was making its debut in 1981 and was participating 38 times since then. The highest score was the second place in the final with famous Albanian/Greek singer Eleni Foureira and the uptempo song Fuego. Other famous artists who were representing Cyprus in the past are Anna Vissi, Evridiki, Konstantinos Christoforou, Michalis Hatzigiannis, Ivi Adamou and Elena Tsagrinou.
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