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For every Swedish hopeful to emerge amid the age of global hysteria towards Electronic music, few can boast of the heights attained by fast rising duo Nause. Both in their early twenties and united by the same vision and passion for House music that consumed their teenage years, their inauguration to Universal music and the global Dance scene alike has marked a journey of intensely focused talent and considerable enthusiasm for all-embracing music.

In a short but sharp sweep, the budding duo has already proven their worth on many levels. Debuting for Universal Music with ‘Made Of’ – their first essential stab a the charts and airwaves alike – double-barreled label follow-up ‘Mellow’ and its vocal remodel ‘Hungry Hearts’ for 20...

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Otto Knows (US)

Otto Jettmann better known as Otto Knows is a Swedish DJ and music producer who has had a number of hits in Sweden, Belgium and the Netherlands and has collaborated with a number of artists including Tim Berg (Avicii), Sebastian Ingrosso, Alesso and has made remixes from ATB, Imogen Heap and others. His break came in 2010 on the electronic scene with "Hide and Seek" (Otto Knows bootleg) by Imogen Heap. This caught the attention of Tim Berg (Avicii) that used his production in "Hide & Seek (Avicii Remix)".
He has had a number of chart successes including his single "iTrack" credited to Tim Berg vs Sebastian Ingrosso & Otto Knows and with his production of Dada Life's "Kick Out the Epic Motherf**ker". His biggest hit is his 2012 Europ...

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Tinie Tempah (UK)

Patrick Junior C. Okogwu (born November 7th, 1988 in Plumstead, South London), better known by his stage name Tinie Tempah, is a BRIT Award-winning rapper, MC and CEO of Disturbing London Records. Tinie gained national acclaim and chart success upon the release of his major label debut single Pass Out which debuted at #1 on the UK Singles Chart in March 2010.

According to the Pass Out Songfacts, Okogwu came up with his stage name at the age of 13. He looked up 'anger' in the thesaurus and found himself staring at 'temper.' Concerned it might be overly aggresive he added 'Tinie.'

Tinie Tempah first gained recognition in the underground music scene with the track Wifey, taken from his first official mixtape Hood Econ%...

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