Otto Orlandi is another bright, upcoming music producer from Italy with an undeniably promising career ahead of him. Supported by some of the industry’s most prominent names, including Hardwell, Nicky Romero, and W&W, the Como-native has successfully showcased his talents and prowess to the world and has continued to do so with his remarkable streak of releases.
While the world is only just starting to take notice of Otto, the chances are that they’re already well aware of some of his work as he’s ghost produced hits for multiple names in mainstream dance music. Speaking on the topic he had this to say:
“I’m mainly a ghost producer now and i’m producing some great music for artists behind the scenes. I graduated from the Music Academy (conservatory) in sound design in my home town, Como (Italy) and this allowed me to take the next step into my music career. In the last two years I’ve produced for a lot of people, some of whom have daily shows in very good clubs! Unfortunately i can’t mention their names but I saw some of them climbing the charts and for this I am very grateful!”
Within the past year, Orlandi astonished numerous listeners from across the globe with such masterfully produced tracks. Beginning with his collaboration with Dutch powerhouse Thomas Newson titled “Bells at Midnight”, which once climbed to Beatport’s Top 3, Orlandi kept the ball rolling with his uplifting progressive house tunes “Sail Away” and most recently, “Dissolution”.
After his steady emergence within the electronic music scene, the Italian producer has now returned for another stunning track. Titled “Can You Hear Me”, this brand new single is a collaboration between Orlandi and San Francisco-based singer, songwriter and DJ Sabrina Signs, who has teamed up with other EDM talents in the past, including Lucky Date and JAGGS. With Orlandi’s brilliant sounds and Signs’ well-renowned vocals, this track is quite captivating to hear from the first beat to the last.
The lovely melodies first progress in a lavish fashion topped with Signs’ striking vocals. While building up, a flurry of synths and beats then enters and increases the amount of pizzazz. The majestic drop soon ensues and brings out an immense amount of energy, which would most certainly excite a crowd of any magnitude at any festival or club atmosphere.
“Can You Hear Me” is out now on Beatport and you can grab your copy here.