Moti + Otto Knows
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House artist and production machine MOTi remains a bit of a mystery to some. But this rising star is heading a new wave of EDM talent, and the "not so new" kid on the block is fully prepared to take over the scene with his massive sound!
MOTi's first single absolutely tore up the house charts in the first quarter of 2013, as 'Krack,' electro house at the highest level, put this young talent on the map with his hard-edged, floor-filling sound. He followed up this hit with an official remix for Emili Sande's hit single "Next To Me."
But MOTi hasn't been content to dabble only with house music. Even the hip-hop charts were not safe, as his 'Hello' remix for the Stafford Brothers ft. Lil Wayne was an absolute hit, and yet another display of this up-and-comer's incredible talent.
What's next for MOTi? Big original releases are coming up! And collaborations with Alvaro called 'Nanana' (Hysteria Rec.), a huge hit- single with Tiësto called 'Back To The Acid' (Musical Freedom), a fresh anthem with Quintino appearing on Spinnin' records and MOTI's 'Heat it Up' also on Tiësto's label, are about to hit the streets soon!
With his releases on famed labels like Wall Recordings, Spinnin' and New State, MOTi has already carved out a name for himself in the house music scene. But this up-and-coming producer is just warming up. With multiple huge releases planned, and an already-impressive track record, the global house community will surely know the name "MOTi" in due time...
Part of the explosion of Swedish house DJs that dominated dancefloors in 2012, Otto Jettmann is better known by his DJ name, Otto Knows. Jettmann first fell for house music when he turned 16 years old and explored Stockholm's wealth of underground dance clubs. He set out to become a DJ, but in later years he hung with Avicii and the members of Swedish House Mafia, successful producers who influenced Otto to try his hand at remixing. His remix of Imogen Heap's "Hide and Seek" climbed the dance charts in 2010, the same year that Otto joined Avicii and Oliver Ingrosso on their collaborative single "iTrack." A successful remix of Dada Life's "Kick Out the Epic Motherfucker" followed in 2011, and in 2012 he launched his own solo career with the single "A Million Voices." The track dominated EDM clubs across Europe and crossed over to the pop charts in Belgium, the Netherlands, and the United Kingdom.
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