It has been announced that one of the world’s most popular DJs Avicii net worth reaches an estimate of 12 million dollars. Avicii is also known as a music producer from Sweden, which is also an important source of Avicii net worth. He was born in 1989 and although in the music industry he is mostly referred to as Avicii, his real name is Tim Bergling.
He became a phenomenon in music industry when he was only 18 years old. It was because of his involvement into making the video game called Lazy Jones. His involvement in it resulted into him signing a record deal with “Strike! Recordings”. His first musical release was entitled “Lazy Lace”. Since his first musical release, Avicii rose to the fame while finally he became one of the Top DJs and music producers in the industry.
His involvement into music industry has been appreciated and rewarded. Avicii is known as a nominee of the Best Dance Recording Grammy for his production called “Sunshine” which was created with another popular DJ, David Guetta. In 2010, Avicii started to tour across the world. It also has been reported that he receives approximately 500 thousand dollars for every performance. Thus, such amount of money increases the overall amount of Avicii net worth a lot.
Probably the most popular track of the DJ is known to be “Levels”, which also features parts of the song “Something’s Got a Hold on Me” which was performed by Etta James. The sales of it also increased the overall amount of Avicii net worth a lot. Also, this single of Avicii has also been mixed by other popular DJs in the world, including Skrillex and Cazzette. Thus, Avicii’s production is also loved by other important figures in the music industry, as well.
Also, Avicii is considered to be as one of the most prominent figures in the electronic music. In 2011, Avicii landed in the 6th position in the list of the Top 100 DJs, which was created by the DJ Magazine. One year later, the DJ landed in the third position of the same list. When he was 18 years old, Avicii started experimenting with mixing tracks in his room in Sweden. He was advised by his friends to put his creations online, which attracted a lot of attention and instant following and he was also noticed by a popular DJ, Tiesto. Tiesto also was the one who invited Avicii to play in Ibiza.