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Back Where I Belong (feat. Avicii) - Single

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Customer Reviews

Awesome music

Amazing Song, gonna get big real soon!

Disappointed

It's ok. A little disappointed because Avicii is my favorite artist but this song is lacking soul and its just a lot of noise. Also I found the vocals very annoying. Avicii is the best electronic/dance artist out there and this is no disrespect to him but was kind of expecting something better. Otto on the other hand is just getting his feet wet. You have to make a couple of songs to get the experience to make #1 hits.

Ok

Has good parts to it but the whole loud trumpet or whatever makes it not as goodb

Biography

Genre: Dance

Years Active: '10s

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...
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Back Where I Belong (feat. Avicii) - Single, Otto Knows
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  • $1.29
  • Genres: Dance, Music
  • Released: Jun 03, 2016

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