Otto Jettman, better known by his stage name Otto Knows, is a Swedish DJ, record producer and remixer who has had a number of hits in Sweden, Belgium and the Netherlands and has collaborated with artists including Britney Spears, Avicii, Sebastian Ingrosso, Alesso and has made remixes for ATB, Imogen Heap, Lindsey Stirling and others. He is best known for his songs like "Starlight", "Parachute", "Next to Me", "Dying for You" and "Million Voices". Jettman met Sebastian Ingrosso in Stockholm and soon after joined Ingrosso's Refune, touring alongside Ingrosso as a DJ and producer. Jettman also collaborated with Tim Bergling, also known as Avicii and Oliver Ingrosso on the song "iTrack". He followed this up with "Million Voices", created in the back room of the studio whilst Ingrosso and Alesso penned the popular festival song "Calling". "Million Voices" was later added to the A playlist at BBC Radio 1.
|Birth name||Otto Jettman|
|Born||May 6, 1989, Stockholm, Sweden|
|Genres||Electro house, house, progressive house|
|Occupation(s)||DJ, record producer, remixer|
|Instruments||Music sequencer, personal computer, synthesizers|
|Associated acts||Avicii, Oliver Ingrosso, Alesso, Britney Spears, Sebastian Ingrosso, Don Diablo|
He was placed on the radar in 2010 after his successful collaboration with Imogen Heap on the remix of "Hide and Seek.".
In 2012, his hit song, "Million Voices," charted in countries like Germany, France, Denmark and The Netherlands.
He was born Otto Jettman in Stockholm, Sweden.
He co-wrote and co-produced the hit single "Work Bitch" by Britney Spears in 2013.
Swedish house musicians. Swedish DJs