|Birth name||Tamta Goduadze|
|Also known as||Tamta|
Tbilisi, Georgian SSR, USSR
|Label||Minos EMI (2004-present)|
|Associated acts||Midenistis, Sakis Rouvas|
Tamta Goduadze, known simply as Tamta, is a Georgian pop singer, famous in Greece and Cyprus for her participation in Super Idol Greece, in which she placed second, and for her later singles such as "Ftes" (Faraway, originally performed by Gala), Agapw (Wanna Play originally performed by RBD), "Den Telionei Etsi I Agapi", "Agapise Me", and "Tonight".
Tamta was born and raised in Georgia, where she started singing at the age of five.
When Tamta was 22, she and her family moved to Greece, where she decided to enter the singing competition Super Idol, a reality television show produced and presented by Mega Channel and based on the British show Pop Idol. She managed to take second place in the finals.
In January 2007, Hellenic Radio and Television (ERT), announced Tamta's participation in national final to be the Greek representative in the Eurovision Song Contest 2007. She placed third of the three participants, and Sarbel went to the Contest.
Her latest album, Agapise Me, was released on May 16, 2007 and the first single is "Agapise Me" (Love me). More recently, she released a CD single titled "Mia Stigmi Esi Ki Ego/Ela Sto Rhythmo".The cd include a remix of RBD Wanna PlayTamta was make RBD famous in Greece from her singles Pame Parea Rebelde and Agapw Wanna Play.Later on 2008 the RBD's album Rebel's was bestselling cd of the month March.It includes the Greek version a duet with Tamta
In June 2008, Tamta said in an interview that she would like to represent Cyprus in the Eurovision Song Contest 2009. Rumors also said that CYBC had been in contact with her since May. Greek media outlets also demanded that ERT choose Tamta to represent Greece in the Eurovision Song Contest 2009 following suspicions of favoritism from Eastern Bloc countries in 2008 where Kalomoira finished in 3rd place. The rumors did not materialize and ERT chose Sakis Rouvas for the 2009 Contest.
|2004|| "T' Allo Mou Miso"|
(featuring Stavros Konstantinou)
|2006||"Den Teleionei Etsi I Agapi"|
|2006|| "Einai Krima"|
(featuring Grigoris Petrakos)
|2007||"Agapo (Wanna Play)"|
|2007||"Mia Stigmi Esy Kai Ego"|
|2008||"Ela Sto Rythmo"|
|2010|| "Tharros I Alithia"|
(featuring Sakis Rouvas)
|2012||"Niose Tin Kardia"|
|2013|| "S' Agapao"|
|2014|| "Gennithika Gia Sena"|
(featuring Xenia Ghali)
|2015||"Den Ime O,ti Nomizis"|