James Otto, who had a No. 1 hit with "Just Got Started Lovin' You" in 2008, has exited the roster of Warner Bros. Nashville after two albums. He announced the news via Twitter. "Hey y'all Warner Brothers Records & I have mutually agreed it's time to part ways. More news to come shortly," he tweeted Tuesday morning (March 1). In a message aimed at his fans, he later added, "No worries Ottomaniacs this is not the last you've seen/heard from me. Just a new chapter. Thanks for all the support & well wishes." Otto's debut album, Days of Our Lives, was released on Mercury Records in 2004. A founding member of the Muzik Mafia, Otto's second album, Sunset Man, was released on Warner Bros. and featured tracks produced by John Rich and Rascal Flatts member Jay DeMarcus. His most recent project, Shake What God Gave Ya, was released in September. Otto's Warner Brothers singles include "For You," "These Are the Good Ole Days," "Groovy Little Summer Song" and "Soldiers & Jesus."
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