|Origin Nea Ionia, Greece||Years active 2012–2016|
|Born 23 November 1983
Athens, Greece (1983-11-23) |
Occupation(s) Singer, songwriter, lyricist
Died 18 February 2016, Elliniko, Greece
Albums Ouranio Toxo Pou Tou Lipane 2 Hromata, Gia Pada
Parents Athina Pantelidou, Stavros Pantelidis
Siblings Triantafyllos Pantelidis, Konstantinos Pantelidis
Similar Paola Foka, Vasilis Karras, Antonis Remos, Despina Vandi, Giannis Ploutarhos
Pantelis Pantelidis (23 November 1983 – 18 February 2016) was a Greek singer, songwriter and lyricist. He died on 18 February 2016 in a car accident.
Pantelis pantelidis mix live 2016 enthumio
Born in Athens, Pantelidis grew up in Nea Ionia, an Athenian suburb. He initially worked in the Ηellenic Navy, but abandoned this to pursue a musical career. He was a self-taught musician who became known from some YouTube videos. Soon he passed to discography and released four albums with great commercial success. He collaborated with Greek artists such as Vasilis Karras, Despina Vandi and others. He twice won awards at the MAD Video Music Awards, first in 2013 as the best new artist and secondly in 2015 as the best Greek male singer.
He died on 18 February 2016 in a car accident on Vouliagmenis Avenue, Athens. It was later revealed that he had heavily drunk.
After his death, two of his songs reached the #1 spot on the Billboard chart "Greece Digital Songs". The two songs being "Ta Shinia Sou" and "Pino Apo 'Ki Psila Gia Sena". On 25 of June a cd single was released with 1 unpublished song and 1 song that was only available on videoclip (Was planned to be in the new cd). The song Thimamai in YouTube had 16.000.000+ views within 3 months. On 14 December 2016, his pre-recorded song "Alli Mia Efkeria" was released via artist's official Youtube channel and gained over 1,1 million views in 2 days after the release. On 18 February 2017, one year after his death, an other unpublished song of the artist has been released ("Karavia Ston Vytho").
Karavia Sto Vitho
Ta Schoinia SouPanselinos Ke Kati - Is-Pnoi [A’ Meros] · 2014
Tis Kardias Mou To Grammeno2015