Consoul Trainin revives Phoebus’ legendary “Gia”, out via Planetworks [VIDEO]
In the early 2000s, Phoebus' hit “Gia” was released , performed by the Greek pop-star Despina Vandi. Now, almost 20 years later, Consoul Trainin came up with a renewed approach to singing, with Phoebus' approval and support.
In addition to becoming one of the best-selling songs in Greece, “Gia” (Hello in Greek) crossed borders and was heard on radios and clubs around the world. Despina Vandi's “Gia” , with lyrics and music by Phoebus, entered the charts of the USA and the United Kingdom, according to the official data of Billboard and Music Week.
In Consoul Trainin‘s reindition, you will enjoy “Gia” without lyrics, but with the sensuality that always characterized it. Released via planetworks, the “clubby” mood and the strong ethnic elements are expected to make it stand out and be heard again everywhere.
The successes that Consoul Trainin has achieved so far in his music career, have given him an international recognition in the field of house and dance music, culminating in the world hit “Take Me To Infinity” or his take over on Laura Pergolizzi‘s -better known as LP– ballad “Lost On You“, for which was awarded a platinum sales plaque in Athens.