Synonyms for kouinelis or Related words with kouinelis

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Examples of "kouinelis"
Michalis Kouinelis (, born 22 March 1979 in Alexandroupoli, Greece) also known as Methysos or Meth is a Greek hip hop singer, member of the hip hop group, Stavento.
For the first season's battles, Kouinelis "hired" the singer-songwriter Dimos Anastasiadis as his advisor to help him through the process of the battles.
"Afto Ton Kero" (; ) is a song recorded by Greek Cypriot singer Ivi Adamou. It was released on 10 March 2017. The song is written and produced by Michalis Kouinelis.
When asked about her relationship status between 2011 and 2012, Adamou said that she was not in any relationship despite the rumors that she was in relationship with Michalis Kouinelis from Stavento. Later, in one interview, she denied the rumours. She also said that she was never in love, since she went to Athens to study. In 2014 though, Kouinelis revealed that they were in a relationship for about a year and not for four or five as the media said. The two now live together in Athens as Adamou had been studying there. It was reported in late-April 2014 that after Kouinelis met the parents of Adamou, the two would soon get married. However, neither of them have confirmed the rumours and was not revealed whether they were engaged or not.
Although all the coaches were officially confirmed by the broadcaster on December 5, 2013, Michalis Kouinelis was unofficially confirmed as the last coach in the show on December 2, 2013. It was reported by "People Greece" that after Vandi and Remos signed their contracts, ANT1 was looking for a male artist with a rock or rap style resulting to have Michalis as the preponderant for the show. The teasers of the coaches were revealed on January 4, 2014 where the coaches were talked about the show with Kouinelis saying that he is searching for the voice that will make him go crazy, that will make him "grow hair up".
"Tipota De Mas Stamata" (; ) is a song recorded by Greek Cypriot singer Ivi Adamou. It was released on 18 January 2016 on radio stations and digitally on 25 January 2016. It is the first single of the singer since her 2013 non-album single "Ponane Oi Agapes". The song was written and produced by Michalis Kouinelis.
In 2013–2014 Vandi was one of the four artists/coaches participating in the Greek version of The Voice, along with Antonis Remos, Melina Aslanidou and Michalis Kouinelis. The winner of the show's first season, Maria Elena Kyriakou, was on Vandi's team.
The media stated that he was in relationship with Ivi Adamou. Later, in one interview, Adamou denied the rumors. In 2014 though, Kouinelis revealed that they were in a relationship since 2013 and not since 2010 as the media said. The two now live together in Athens as Adamou has been studying there.
"Akou Sopa" (; ) is a song recorded by Greek Cypriot singer Ivi Adamou. It is a cover of the Spanish song "Un Bonito Final" originally by Los Rebujitos. The song was written by Los Rebujitos member Yerai Blanco García with Sunny Baltzi and Michalis Kouinelis writing the Greek lyrics for Adamou's version. It was digitally released on 18 July 2016 through the iTunes Store.
The show is hosted by Giorgos Liagkas with Themis Georgantas serving as the backstage and social networking corresponding. The lead vocalist of the band Stavento, Michalis Kouinelis, Despina Vandi, Antonis Remos and Melina Aslanidou are the coaches of the season. The winner receives a record deal with Minos EMI.
The second season of "The Voice of Greece" premiered on February 15, 2015 and concluded on June 21, 2015. The coaches from the first season, Aslanidou, Remos, Vandi and Kouinelis remained as the coaches while Giorgos Liagkas also stayed as the presenter.
Kouinelis has reported that after the ANT1 heads called him to discuss about the show, he did not intend or was fully interested on joining the show but when he understood what the show was really about, he accepted as he would be doing what he does all these years with the only difference that it would be broadcast.
The first season of the talent show The Voice of Greece began broadcasting on January 10, 2014. The coaches were Michalis Kouinelis, Despina Vandi, Antonis Remos and Melina Aslanidou. Each coach chose their finalists for the live shows through the blind auditions and the battles. During the blind auditions, the coaches selected their 16 artists while in the battles half of the artists were eliminating leaving a number of 8 acts for each coach. The show was won by Maria Elena Kiriakou, mentored by Despina Vandi, who took the record deal with Universal Music Greece, with Areti Kosmidou and Lefteris Kintatos becoming the joint runners-up (mentored by Michalis Kouinelis and Antonis Remos respectively). Emily Charalambous, mentored by Melina Aslanidou, took the fourth place.
Once the song's teaser was released, the song received mostly positive reviews. Nikoletta Stamati of "Mikrofwno" described it as a "dance-y", "positive" and "very addictive" song and predicted that it would rise to the top of the charts. Similarly, Giannos Litras of "music.net.cy" said that the song is "dance-y, full with optimism and positive energy". Dimitris Tzouvaras from "Hit Channel" said that the song has the "characteristic imprint from Michalis Kouinelis in both the music and the lyrics".
The Battles took place in the Kapa Studios in Spata, Attica. Two artists from each team compete against by singing the same song. The coach of the two acts decides which one will go through and which one will be eliminated meaning that eight acts from each team will get through the live shows. The battle advisors for these episodes were: Christos Sumka working with Antonis Remos, Dimitris Kontopoulos working with Despina Vandi, Dimos Anastasiadis working with Michalis Kouinelis and Antonis Mitzelos working with Melina Aslanidou.
The first season of "The Voice of Greece" premiered on January 10, 2014 (and January 11, 2014 in Cyprus) and concluded on May 8, 2014. The coaches of the first season were Michalis Kouinelis, Despina Vandi, Antonis Remos and Melina Aslanidou while Giorgos Liagkas and Themis Georgantas were the presenter and backstage reporter respectively. Auditions for the season were held in Thesalloniki, Athens (Greece) and Nicosia (Cyprus). The show was broadcast on ANT1 and it was since the first episode a success with rates getting over 50% in both household and adults rating.
Dagkalou, originating from Volos, auditioned for "The Voice of Greece" at the age of nineteen. Appearing on the fourth of the eight blind auditions, she auditioned with "Makria Mou Na Figeis" originally by Eleni Vitali—with Michalis Kouinelis being the only one electing her to join his team. During the battles, she performed "Di'Efhon" against Constantina Zerva–with Michalis crowning her as the winner. In the first live, she performed "Iliagiali" and ended up in the bottom three but was not saved by her coach along with Aris Kambanos.
Kalamaraki, originating from Athens, auditioned for "The Voice of Greece" at the age of twenty-one. Appearing on the third of the eight blind auditions, she auditioned with "Me Ta Matia Kleista" originally by Giota Negka—with three coaches: Michalis Kouinelis, Despina Vandi and Melina Aslanidou electing for her to join their teams; from which Kalamaraki selected Melina Aslanidou. During the battles, she performed "Ego Ki Esi" against Giorgos Pappas–with Melina crowning her as the winner. In the second live show, she performed "I Epimoni Sou" and ended up in the bottom three but was not saved by her coach along with Irwan Easty.
The Battles take place in the Kapa Studios in Spata, Attica. Two artists from each team compete against by singing the same song. The coach of the two acts decides which one will go through and which one will be eliminated meaning that eight acts from each team will get through the live shows. The battle advisors for these episodes are: Christos Dantis working with Antonis Remos, Giannis Vardis working with Despina Vandi, Giorgos Papadopoulos working with Melina Aslanidou and Giannis Giokarinis working with Michalis Kouinelis.
Upon the song's release on the radio stations, the song received generally positive feedback. Katerina Gkini of "tralala.gr" said that "[Adamou] comes back more mature and stronger than ever with new sounds" and also said that the song is "full with optimism and positive energy". Demetra Tsipi of "Online Epikairotita" said that the song lyrically could be about Adamou's relationship with Kouinelis and compared part of its lyrics to lyrics of their 2010 song "San Erthi I Mera". Kiki Vasiliadou from "Energy Radio" described the song as "fresh", that it would be heard from the radios for a long time and that the song "differs from other songs of its genre".