Mitsakis was born in Constantinople , [a] Ottoman Empire , where he spent his early years. Despite that the Greeks of Constantinople were exempted from the population exchange of , the hostile attitude by Ottoman Turks towards them forced his family to immigrate to Greece. In Greece, Mitsakis was introduced to popular music and started to take music lessons. Mitsakis moved once again in , ending up in the port city of Piraeus. There, he started to perform professionally and met many of the prominent rebetiko singers and musicians of the time. Mitsakis composed his first songs in early , however the soon to come German occupation prevented him from producing any recordings until After the war, Mitsakis cooperated with artists such as Giannis Papaioannou , Manolis Chiotis and Apostolos Kaldaras and quickly rose to fame. Mitsakis wrote over songs that are officially registered under his name and numerous more that he gave away to others.
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