53 Facts About Steve Aoki

1. In 2013, during his North American tour, Steve Aoki donated a dollar of every ticket sale to four charities: the Brain Preservation Foundation, the University of Rochester Medical Center—Memory Care Program, the American Brain Foundation, and Infusio.

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2. Steve Aoki has played lesser-traveled regions—in 2009 he played a show in Beijing, China, with Diplo at a night organised by promoters Split Works.

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3. In 2013, during his North American tour, Steve Aoki donated a dollar of every ticket sale to four charities: the Brain Preservation Foundation, the University of Rochester Medical Center—Memory Care Program, the American Brain Foundation, and Infusio.

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4. Steve Aoki has played lesser-traveled regions—in 2009 he played a show in Beijing, China, with Diplo at a night organised by promoters Split Works.

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5. In 2013, during his North American tour, Steve Aoki donated a dollar of every ticket sale to four charities: the Brain Preservation Foundation, the University of Rochester Medical Center—Memory Care Program, the American Brain Foundation, and Infusio.

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6. Steve Aoki has played lesser-traveled regions—in 2009 he played a show in Beijing, China, with Diplo at a night organised by promoters Split Works.

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7. In 2013, during his North American tour, Steve Aoki donated a dollar of every ticket sale to four charities: the Brain Preservation Foundation, the University of Rochester Medical Center—Memory Care Program, the American Brain Foundation, and Infusio.

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8. Steve Aoki has played lesser-traveled regions—in 2009 he played a show in Beijing, China, with Diplo at a night organised by promoters Split Works.

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9. In 2013, during his North American tour, Steve Aoki donated a dollar of every ticket sale to four charities: the Brain Preservation Foundation, the University of Rochester Medical Center—Memory Care Program, the American Brain Foundation, and Infusio.

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10. Steve Aoki has played lesser-traveled regions—in 2009 he played a show in Beijing, China, with Diplo at a night organised by promoters Split Works.

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11. In 2013, during his North American tour, Steve Aoki donated a dollar of every ticket sale to four charities: the Brain Preservation Foundation, the University of Rochester Medical Center—Memory Care Program, the American Brain Foundation, and Infusio.

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12. Steve Aoki has played lesser-traveled regions—in 2009 he played a show in Beijing, China, with Diplo at a night organised by promoters Split Works.

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13. In 2013, during his North American tour, Steve Aoki donated a dollar of every ticket sale to four charities: the Brain Preservation Foundation, the University of Rochester Medical Center—Memory Care Program, the American Brain Foundation, and Infusio.

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14. Steve Aoki has played lesser-traveled regions—in 2009 he played a show in Beijing, China, with Diplo at a night organised by promoters Split Works.

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15. Steve Aoki graduated from the Newport Harbor High School in 1995.

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16. Steve Aoki graduated from the University of California with a degree in Feminist Studies and Sociology.

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17. Steve Aoki portrayed himself on an episode of the hit CW series Arrow.

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18. Steve Aoki got the idea to throw cake at people after watching the video of 'Turn Up The Volume' by Autoerotique.

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19. Steve Aoki fans were invited to vote for their favorite charity, with the Brain Preservation taking the grand prize.

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20. In 2013, during his North American tour, Steve Aoki donated a dollar of every ticket sale to four charities: the Brain Preservation Foundation, the University of Rochester Medical Center—Memory Care Program, the American Brain Foundation, and Infusio.

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21. Steve Aoki was presented with the award at the International Dance Music Awards.

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22. Steve Aoki is the founder of the Steve Aoki Charitable Fund, which raises money for global humanitarian relief organizations and medical research.

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23. Steve Aoki earned the Guinness record for "most traveled musician in one year", with 161 shows in 41 countries in 2014.

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24. Steve Aoki appeared in an anti-fur ad for PETA, an organization he says he's supported since he was 14 years old.

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25. Steve Aoki was playing himself, spinning at the grand opening of Oliver Queen's fictional nightclub.

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26. On July 1, 2016, it was announced that Steve Aoki would make an appearance as both a musical contributor and non-playable character in the video game Dragon Ball Xenoverse 2.

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27. Steve Aoki was featured in the video games NBA 2K8 and NBA 2K9 as a special celebrity player, even though he admits to being terrible at basketball.

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28. In March 2010 Steve Aoki released "I'm in the House", a collaboration with Zuper Blahq—alter-ego of The Black Eyed Peas singer will.

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29. Steve Aoki has played lesser-traveled regions—in 2009 he played a show in Beijing, China, with Diplo at a night organised by promoters Split Works.

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30. Steve Aoki had an Essential Mix that aired on BBC Radio 1 on August 2, 2008, and again on October 27, 2012.

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31. In May 2006, Steve Aoki became a board member for MC5 bassist Michael Davis' Music Is Revolution Foundation, a non-profit organization that provides music education support within public schools.

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32. Steve Aoki was involved in student activism at UCSB, being the founder of a Revolutionary Anti-Imperialist League chapter on campus.

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33. Steve Aoki has two older siblings, sister Kana, and brother Kevin (owner of Doraku Sushi restaurant).

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34. Steve Aoki is of Japanese descent, the third child of Rocky Aoki and Chizuru Kobayashi.

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35. Steve Aoki graduated from Newport Harbor High School in 1995, where he was a player on the varsity badminton team.

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36. Steve Aoki is the founder of the Steve Aoki Charitable Fund, which raises money for global humanitarian relief organizations.

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37. Steve Aoki continues to break into new territory on the latest installment of his "Neon Future" series with "Neon.

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38. Steve Aoki is back with his third Neon Future installment.

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39. In 2014, Steve Aoki embarked on a musical journey that took him not only around the world, but into the future of music.

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40. Steve Aoki named his record label and subsequent fashion brand "Dim Mak" as a nod to.

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41. Steve Aoki named his record label and subsequent fashion brand "Dim Mak" as a nod to Bruce.

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42. Steve Aoki shared a brief tweet letting fans know they had exactly 24 hours.

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43. Steve Aoki has long awaited the moment he got to join the talented.

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44. Steve Aoki is one of the biggest producers in dance music today, with more than three billion streams across both Spotify and YouTube.

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45. In 2014, Steve Aoki was awarded two Guinness World Records, one for the "longest crowd cheer", and for the "most amount of glow sticks for thirty seconds.

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46. Steve Aoki appeared on Never Mind the Buzzcocks in December 2014.

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47. In January 2012, Steve Aoki released new tracks on Turntable.

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48. Steve Aoki made a cameo appearance in rapper Kid Cudi's video "Just What I Am".

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49. Steve Aoki is the central character in the documentary I'll Sleep When I'm Dead.

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50. Steve Aoki finished in 6th place in the 2013 America's Best DJ competition-a vote and promotion to find out the country's most popular DJ conducted by DJ Times magazine and Pioneer DJ.

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51. On December 11, 2012, Steve Aoki released his first EP, It's the End of the World As We Know It, which includes three songs.

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52. Steve Aoki teamed up with Blake Miller of the LA-based band Moving Units to produce remixes.

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53. Steve Aoki founded his own label, Dim Mak Records, in 1996.

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