Swedish talent Otto Knows joins American violin star Lindsey Stirling on latest single “Dying For You” also featuring Alex Aris Official Video out NOW!

Today Otto Knows’ premieres the official video for his single “Dying For You” signed to Big Beat Records. The track garnered over 2.5 Million streams in the opening week on Spotify and continues to climb.  Shot in Stockholm and directed by Swedish director and artist, Alex Wessely, well known for his work with Rihanna, Drake, Ishi, & Big Sean. The video is an artistic take on a intimate jam session between Otto, Lindsey and Alex. Most recently Otto performed the track live at the P3 Gold Awards, the second biggest award show broadcasted across Sweden and Norway.

“Dying For You” continues to demonstrate where the Swedish heavyweight is pushing beyond the comfort zones of his craft. Calling upon the talents of viral YouTube violin star Lindsey Stirling, “Dying For You” – which she’s a feature, alongside Alex Aris – seamlessly fuses Otto’s finely tuned melodic dance sound with Stirling’s renowned instrumental skills: (LINK). Together, the duo forges an emotionally charged landmark in the young Swede’s already impressive discography.

Buy Otto Knows’ “Dying For You” Feat. Lindsey Stirling & Alex Aris Online HERE

With more than 150 million streams globally to his name, 2015 was another marker year for Stockholm-based talent Otto Jettman. Garnering triple platinum status in Sweden and gold in all Nordic countries for his single “Next To Me,” the summer saw Otto make landmark appearances at Tomorrowland, Creamfields, Summerburst Festival, and Ushuaia Ibiza, adding to the announcement of his signing to At Night Management in a co-management deal alongside Sebastian Ingrosso. Propelled into the spotlight by breakthrough smash hit ‘Million Voices’ back in 2012, Otto would go on to co-write and produce Britney Spears‘ returning hit “Work Bitch,” marking an early indicator of where dance music’s next generation were naturally finding a voice among pop music’s elite. 2014’s “Parachute” (Cheryl Cole) and “Can’t Stop Drinking About You” (Bebe Rexha) continued to spotlight Otto’s unique hold on electronic music, paving the way for his on-going stand of quality dance music with mass appeal.

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