Synonyms for martakis or Related words with martakis

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Examples of "martakis"
Martakis was born on 25 May 1984 in Athens to parents Nikos Martakis and Labrini Martaki of Cretan origin. Martakis has an older sister named Tina and after his mother and father divorced, Martakis lived with his mother who gave birth to his younger brother Nikos.
The release of "Pio Konta" marks Kostas Martakis' second studio album. Released on 12 November 2009 in Greece and Cyprus, it is Martakis' first album under his signing with Universal Music Greece.
The third live of the show aired on April 28, 2013 and winner of the night was Kostas Martakis. Martakis chose to give the money from the audience voting to "KETHEA" (Therapy Center for Addicted People).
In June 2009, Martakis released a song as a digital download single titled "Pio Konta" (Come closer) composed by Swedish producers Holter & Erixson. On November 12, 2009, Martakis released his second studio album titled "Pio Konta", which went platinum.
The song was covered by Greek singer Kostas Martakis for his 2008 album "Anatropi".
List of Nominations and Awards by artist Kostas Martakis musical career 2006.
After gaining exposure on the talent show "Dream Show" in 2006, Kostas Martakis soon was signed by Sony BMG Greece and also teamed up with manager Elias Psinakis, who was also a judge on "Dream Show" and had previously managed Sakis Rouvas for 15 years. Soon after, Martakis released his first EP titled "Panta Mazi" (Always together) which contained four tracks off the album.
In fall 2008, Kostas Martakis was the opening act for the Athens concert of Jennifer Lopez. He was chosen by concert organizers after they reviewed several video screenings of Greek artists. Ιn November 2008 American television station E! included Martakis on their "25 Most Sexy Men in the World", describing him a "Greek God".
Martakis will be releasing his third studio album titled "Entasi" (Intensity) on December 5, 2011. In the lead up to the album's release, Martakis teamed up with MAD TV and Hellas On-Line (HOL) for a special web concert previewing is new songs on November 24, 2011.
"Fila Me" is another single by Martakis of which was made into a music video and released as a digital single. Martakis then took a break from recording and live shows as he was called to fulfill service in the Hellenic Navy.
Sinora (Greek: "Σύνορα"; English: "Borderland") is the title of the fifth studio album by the Greek artist Kostas Martakis, released on 28 March 2016 by Panik Platinum in Greece and Cyprus. It was certified Gold in Cyprus, and was awarded to Martakis on the Cypriot award show "Super Music Awards".
For the winter 2009–2010 season, Martakis appeared weekly at club "Theatro" alongside Nikos Kourkoulis and Aggeliki Iliadi in support of "Pio Konta".
For the winter 2011–2012 season, Martakis appeared weekly at "Posidonio Music Hall" in Athens alongside Panos Kiamos and Ivi Adamou in support of "Entasi".
Popular Cypriot music website proclaimed that Kostas Martakis is raising the bar for Greek pop music, as all eleven tracks have a unique sound under current Greek music standards lending to the fact that some of the tracks were produced in Sweden. They concluded that Martakis is ready to conquer the Greek pop music scene, while calling the album one of the best Greek pop albums of recent years.
Leading up to the album's release, Martakis appeared on a number of television shows including "Mes Tin Kali Hara" (with Natalia Germanou) and "Kafes me tin Eleni" (with Eleni Menegaki) on Alpha Channel, as well as a sit down interview with Tatiana Stefanidou on "Axizi Na To Deis" on ANT1, where he also performed some songs off the album. Martakis also appeared on Dromos FM on 12 November 2009 where the station played his new songs over the course of the interview.
In June 2007, Martakis released his first studio album titled "Anatropi" (Reversal). The album was generally well received, leading him to win the award for "Best New Artist" at the MAD Video Music Awards 2007.
"Always and Forever" is a song and CD single by Greek singer Kostas Martakis. It was Martakis's entry in a race to be the Greek representative for the Eurovision Song Contest 2008.
An Kapou Kapote (Greek: "Άν Κάπου Κάποτε"; English: "If Somewhere Sometime") is the title of the fourth studio album by the Greek artist Kostas Martakis, released on 23 December 2013 by Platinum Records in Greece and Cyprus.
2009 - Single Agapi Mou / Loving you, (DesiSlava ft. Kostas Martakis) - dance-pop duet, created by "Symphonics" and produced by Desislava. In Greece, the song is officially released in the album of Kostas "Pio konta", published by Universal Music Greece.
The first season premiered on April 14, 2013 on ANT1 and the contestants were five women and five men; Anta Livitsanou, Crystallia, Mando, Sylvia Delikoura, Thomai Apergi, Konstantinos Kazakos, Kostas Martakis, Krateros Katsoulis, Nikos Ganos and Thanasis Alevras.