Love Island: everything to know about Antigoni Buxton’s singing career - and watch her sing!

Not just a bombshell!

Love Island star Antigoni Buxton entered the villa on Wednesday and has appeared to instantly win over the islanders and viewers alike with her sunny personality - but she is much more than a reality show contestant! The Greek-Cypriot contestant is actually a very talented singer - find out everything you need to know about her career here… 

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Antigoni, 26, was originally signed to Island Records by former president Darcus Reese - the same man who signed Amy Winehouse - so it’s clear that the star is seriously talented. However, she left the label to start her own one, Sirena Records, and has released a series of hits which can be found on her YouTube channel. Check out a clip from Hit List below… 

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WATCH: Check out Antigoni's music video for Hit List

The bombshell has a following of passionate fans, with many taking to YouTube’s comment section to praise her music. Following her entrance into the Love Island island, one person wrote: "Ok but this song actually slaps!" 

Antigoni is a singer

Another person added: "She has a cool, raspy voice. Sounds like the type you hear in electric music like a typical Calvin Harris or David Guetta song. Love it." Her other singles include This Ain’t Love, Way Too Much and Never Gonna Love. 

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Her latest single, Red Flag, was released in April, and she hosted an event to celebrate, which was attended by boxer Anthony Joshua. Sharing a clip from the event, she wrote: "Red Flag Single Launch House Party. Safe to say we enjoyeddddd.  Thank-you @chivasregaluk @axiaspirit @francomancapizza for keeping everyone litttt & well fed." 

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