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Electronic dance producer and award-winning DJ Steve Aoki built his brand around raucous live sets, high-profile remixes and collaborations, and his indie label, Dim Mak Records. Active since the mid-’90s, his official debut album, Wonderland, received a Grammy nomination for Best Dance/Electronic Album in 2013, while subsequent releases remained a steady presence in the Top Five of the U.S. dance chart, including a pair of chart-toppers with Neon Future, Vol. 1 (2014) and Neon Future, Vol. 3 (2018).
Born in Miami in 1977, Steven Hiroyuki Aoki grew up in California — the Japanese-American son of former wrestler and restauranteur Rocky Aoki — where he balanced academics, athletics, and social activism with his love of music, double-majoring at University of California, Santa Barbara while also playing secret shows from his college apartment. In 1996, Aoki took his D.I.Y. record production hobby and made it official with the formation of indie label Dim Mak Records. On the side, Aoki continued to perform in bands and solo sets.
On latest news, on June 24, 2020, he co-released “Ninja Re Bang Bang Steve Aoki Remix” with Japanese artist Kyary Pamyu Pamyu. This is a remix of Kyary’s 2013 hit song of the same name. This song is used as a theme song for free-to-play video game Ninjala, released the same day. On May 8, 2020 he performed in the Fortnite Party Royale Premiere with Dillon Francis and Deadmau5. On August 21, 2020, Aoki remixed several songs by the anarcho-punk band Crass under a 12″ single “normal never was III” with all purchases going towards domestic abuse charity “refuge”. ~Jason Birchmeier (Allmusic.com), Wikipedia
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