Dimitris Lampos was born in Berlin by Greek parents. He studied International Economics at the University of Essex, UK. At the same time he published for 2 yrs the literature magazine "o Kathreftis" (the mirror). Coming back to Greece he started working as a translator, a journalist and an economist. In 2008 his first book, "The story of a 'Misanthrope' ", a poem, was published by the house of Paraskinio in Athens. His first album, "Mi se fovisei i ageli" (Don't be frightened by the herd) was issued by LYRA in 2010. It contains 12 originals as well as a David Gray cover, translated in Greek. For this album he collaborated with Stathis Drogosis, Jessica Kilroy, Dimitris Panagopoulos, Stefanie Voisin, Manolis Famellos, Vangelis Markantonis, Fotis Siotas, Panos Tolios, Giorgos Haratzoglou, Giannis Plagiannakos, Love choir and many more artists. In 2012 his second album, "Lampoons, songs and laments for the 21st century" was issued by Metronomos. In this album he collaborated with Jessica Kilroy and Jennifer Beecher who sang in some of the songs with Dimitris and with Nikos Halvatzis who co-produced the album which was recorded in Montana and in Athens with the participation of many musicians from both countries, such as Kostas Stefopoulos, Kostas Patsiotis, Vasilis Podaras, Stavros Parginos, Michael and Kier Atherton, Jim Kilroy, Pam Collins, Giorgos Haratzoglou and more.