Otto Knows ‘Starlight’, still a banger after five years!

Otto Knows 'Starlight', still a banger after five years!

29-years-old Otto Jettman, better known as Otto Knows is a Swedish record producer and DJ. Collaborated with artists like Britney Spears, Sebastian Ingrosso, Avicii, etc., he has made remixes for ATB,  Lindsey Stirling, Imogen Heap, and several others, as well. He is best known for his songs like “Starlight (Otto Knows Remix)”, “Dying for You”, “Parachute”, “Next to Me” and “Million Voices”.

A very close friend of the late superstar Avicii, he released a remix of Don Diablo’s collaboration with Matt Nash, five years ago; which he still plays at his sets. Otto Knows is known to give a similar kind of vibe as Avicii’s. You could relate to the feeling by listening to his sets, videos of which are embedded below. His most famous remixes.


Ranked among the top 20 DJs in the annual DJ Mag, Don Diablo rose to fame with his futuristic sounds. 20-years-old DJ & Producer, Matt Nash in his career so far, has already remixed the likes of David Guetta, LMFAO, Foster The People, Chris Willis, etc. The original track of Otto Knows ‘Starlight’ was released on Axtone records, owned by the dance music bossman DJ/Producer Axwell. Released on 30th September 2013, the remix was initially of electro house genre, later transformed into a Progressive piece by Knows.

Starlight exploded as one of the hymns of EDM and quickly rose to become one of Axtone Records finest. It soon invaded the Axtone Ten compilation. Furthermore, still one of the most acclaimed acapella tracks.

Noonie Bao has lent her vocal prowess for “Starlight”  and it turns to be a true testament of her talent.

Otto Knows in 2015, said in an interview, ” I think that making my own music is something I do with my whole heart, like my remix for “Starlight (Could You Be Mine)” with Matt Nash and Don Diablo. I really put my energy into that song”. 

With that kind of phenomenal energy put in, one can expect only a great remix. Give it listen here.

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