"Come With Me To Lipsi": The idyllic island was promoted in a new song combining traditional music and rap


The rapper Michalaras and the mayor of Lipsi, Fotis Mangos, joined their voices in a special song to promote the island.

The Municipality of Lipsi chose to use an original video clip to promote vacations to the island in spring and Easter.

Greek rapper Michalaras and the mayor of Lipsi, Fotis Mangos, joined their voices in a special song entitled "Come with me to Lipsi," which combines traditional island music with rap.

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"The idea came about after a chance meeting on the island last summer, where we were inspired by the sea and composed together, lyrics and music. We wanted to show that when authenticity mixes with the modern, something unique and original is created," said Mangos.

The song's music video transports the audience to the sustainable paradise of the Dodecanese, with images and footage of the enchanting beaches, picturesque villages, and fun alternative activities.

"The unpretentious always remains current and in demand. Our successive ecological and sustainable initiatives in recent years have created a tourism development model that brings measurable results," the mayor said.

"For 2023, Lipsi set a record number of visitors, with travellers enjoying authentic travel experiences and modern tourist services at reasonable prices. The momentum building for the new season is just as great as travellers' intentions to visit widen considerably before and after July and August," he added.

A record company is already promoting the new song.

This is a continuation of the municipality's strategy that began three years ago with the performance of a timeless Italian song and the filming of a video clip on the island. This action resonated with the Italian public at the time and was highlighted by the popular newspaper La Repubblica.

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