Steve Aoki Net Worth

Steve Aoki is an American electro house musician, record producer, DJ and music executive. Steve Aoki Net Worth according to the 2022 updates is around $120 Million. Explore more about Steve Aoki‘s earning, income, salary, career and other details. His yearly income 12 million and monthly income 1 million.

Steve Aoki Full name Steven Hiroyuki Aoki. His nick Name was Steve Aoki. Steve Aoki now 44 Years old .

Steve Aoki Father Rocky Aokiand his Mother Chiruru Kobayashi.

Steve Aoki Spouse  was  NA.

He was born in 30 November 1977  in Miami, Florida, United states of america.

Steve Aoki complete his graduation. Here are the best highlights of Steve Aoki’s Career

Aoki began his music career by joining the Los Angeles based band ‘Moving Units’. He later joined ‘MC5’ bassist Michael Davis’s ‘Music Is Revolution Foundation’ in 2006. The foundation is a non-profit organization that provides music education support in public schools.

He released his debut mix album, ‘Pillowface and His Airplane Chronicles’, in 2008. He continued to make remixes of various artists, which he made popular through his ‘YouTube’ channel and his ‘Twitter’ account.

His remix of the song ‘Forever’ originally sung by Drake, Lil Wayne, Eminem, and Kanye West, peaked at the top of ‘Hype Machine’s chart in December 2009.

He released his debut solo album, ‘Wonderland,’ in January 2012, and it was nominated for the ‘Best Dance/Electronica Album’ at the ‘55th Annual Grammy Awards.’ His first EP, ‘It’s the End of the World As We Know It,’ followed shortly.

Aoki released his fourth studio album, ‘Steve Aoki Presents Kolony,’ in July 2017. He then produced a number of singles with artists from around the world, including the Korean group ‘BTS.’

Lately, he has announced the release of his five-track EP, ‘5OKI,’ which is a cross-genre project, featuring Quintino, Laidback Luke, Hardwell, and other artists from around the world.


Here are some of the best highlights of Steve Aoki’s career:

  • Ladi Dadi (Song, 2012)
  • Neon Future I (Album, 2014)
  • All Night (Song, 2017)
  • Kolony (Album, 2017)
  • Azukita (Song, 2018)