PYTI – The Ace Music Producer From Belarus

With the endless opportunities the world of music has created, individuals alike were bound to find unique ways to create music to grow their presence. Music has opened many doors for music artists to help them create an audience and make the most of their followings.

PYTI is a talented musical artist and producer from Belarus, has already taken it upon himself to use music to his advantage. In 2021 he released a total of five songs. His songs reached over a million streams across platforms like SoundCloud, Apple Music, TikTok, Spotify, and Instagram. The most recent release “Tell me” was in early November. 


PYTI found that many music artists lack the experience and means to create meaningful, impactful, and lasting music. Born as Alexey Nikitin on November 18th, 1995 in Belarus. He started learning music at the age of six.

His mother helps him to try the button accordion and Alexey began to study; after, he graduated from the Belarusian Academy Of Music in button accordion. He is the winner and laureate of various international and national competitions and festivals. Alexey has received a President’s Award, and he is a member of the Bank for Gifted Youth. 

While many traditional music artists and producers focus on creating music, Alexey has taken a different approach. At the age of just 26 years, he has performed at many well-known concert venues.

A few include the State Kremlin Palace, Moscow International House of Music, the Gnessin Russian Academy of Music, the Moscow State Conservatory. Concerts were given in Europe too. He shared that he likes to focus on creating music, direction, credibility, and appeal first for his audience. 

As a music producer, PYTI started messing around with different synthesizers and literally became in demand in show business in three years. This is how a love for edm music and especially dubstep developed.

Night Wish and Multiband: (edm / dubstep)

These tracks were created a long time ago. The first pieces of the melody appeared back in May 2017. In the beginning part of “Night Wish” Alexey tried to convey this feeling of falling in love, which intensifies when the sun goes down.

Gradually, adding different melodies and pieces, it all resonated with what was inside him. That’s how “Night Wish” was created. “Multiband” is another step in edm genre. Both tracks were released with Blanco y Negro (spain). These songs were a success with over a million streams.

Get High

Gradually, closely following the influence of modern trends, listening more and more often to Justin Bieber and other pop artists, Pyti’s music began to transform into a pop genre.

“Get High” became such a track. This track was written in a very short time. It became the dance-pop banger that brought fame to Alexey in just a day. This song has broken over million streams and has become a pop hit.

Move on, Tell me and future plans

After the huge success of “Get High”, Pyti started to create Electro Pop tracks. Both “Move on & Tell me” are pop bangers. That was a challenge to make a couple of electro pop songs. 

Now Alexey is creating new tracks. He spoke to an interviewer recently, explaining, “I compose music with great experience and education behind my back. I am a very experienced classical musician, who still performs on stage. No matter how we sing, dance and play, it is important what kind of emotion we feel at the same time. My emotion is just happiness, that someone needs it, that I succeed, that I take places in competitions. That’s great.”

As the digital climate continues to evolve it is clear that it will require initiative and hard work from those who wish to stay on top. One thing is for sure, however the space changes, it is certain that PYTI will be there, leading the charge. Anyone can listen to his songs on

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