Daniel Nitt

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Daniel Nitt
Birth name Daniel Mario Nitt
Born (1981-10-29) October 29, 1981 (age 35)
Origin Pegnitz, Germany
Genres Pop, dance-pop, pop rock, urban pop
Occupation(s) songwriter
producer
singer
composer
Years active 2005 – present

Daniel Nitt is a German recording artist, songwriter, music producer, and composer. Daniel Nitt was born in Pegnitz, Germany and currently resides in Berlin, Germany.

Songwriting And film composing career[edit]

Daniel Nitt co-wrote "不只有緣 (Lucky In Love)" with Roxanne Seeman for Jacky Cheung, China's #1 Pop Icon. "不只有緣 (Lucky In Love)" appears over the end-credits of "Crossing Hennessy", upcoming Hong Kong movie produced by William Kong. "Crossing Hennessy", starring Tang Wei (Lust, Caution) and Jacky Cheung, has been selected as the opening night film for the 34th Hong Kong International Film Festival March 21.

"不只有緣 (Lucky In Love)" is included on Jacky Cheung's "Private Corner" album which went platinum in less than a week.

Daniel co-composed and co-produced the score for the soundtrack to Til Schweiger's new German blockbuster movie, "Zweiohrküken (Rabbits Without Ears 2)" with Dirk Reichardt and Mirko Schaffer. Nitt, Reichardt and Schaffer wrote the original song, "Sleepless", which Nitt performs. The soundtrack went gold.

In January 2010, Nitt and Seeman attended the Jacky Cheung "Private Corner" Press Conference held by Universal Music in Hong Kong at the Kowloon Shangri-La. Jacky Cheung, Roxanne Seeman, and Daniel Nitt were interviewed by Guinness book world record holder Uncle Ray (Ray Cordeiro), a famous Hong Kong radio talk show host, on January 29.

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