Date of birth
30th November, 1977
The producer is giving proceeds from the remix to charity.
Chester Bennington gets another sensational musical tribute, this time from his friend and collaborator Steve Aoki who has dropped a new mash-up of two songs featuring the Linkin Park singer entitled 'Darker Than the Light That Never Bleeds' (Chester Forever Remix). All profits from the song's sales will go to charity.
The new song is a medley of Aoki's 2015 single 'Darker Than Blood' featuring Linkin Park from 'Neon Future II', and 'A Light That Never Comes' which was his first collaboration with the band released for their 2013 remix album 'Recharged'. All proceeds from the single will be donated to Music for Relief, a charity the band set up back in 2004.
The video drops ahead of the remix EP.
Steve Aoki and Louis Tomlinson have joined forces to release a video for their song 'Just Hold On'; the latter's first 'solo' venture since One Direction took a hiatus. New remixes of the single are soon to follow as Steve continues his world tour.
He might be in the news with less than positive headlines at the moment, but Louis Tomlinson certainly distracts from that with his new collaboration with Steve Aoki. The song was released in December last year, but is now accompanied by a sensational video which follows the innocent wordly adventures of a young couple deeply in love.
Steve Aoki , Tiernan Cowling - Musician Steve Aoki hold hands with his fiancee Tiernan Cowling as they cross a street in Beverly Hills at beverly hills - Los Angeles, California, United States - Wednesday 25th November 2015
Aoki is alleged to have broken the neck of a female fan after stage-diving into the crowd at a gig three years ago.
Steve Aoki’s famously unhinged on-stage antics may have just landed him in deep trouble, as reports have emerged that a fan has accused him of breaking her neck after a stage dive at a California gig in May 2012.
The EDM star, who was the highest grossing dance artist in North America during the year in question, launched himself from a raised platform into the crowd at the show in the Hard Rock Hotel in San Diego, landing on an inflatable pool raft and crowd-surfing across the assembled fans in this manner.
Continue reading: Steve Aoki Being Sued By Fan Over Broken Neck
After initially cancelling all August tour dates, the band intend to play the last one at Made in America.
Finally some good news from Kings of Leon – the alt-rock foursome are to play their first gig since drummer Nathan Followill went under for a rib injury. They’re making their return a big event, playing the second night of Jay Z and Budweiser’s Made in America Festival in Philly. The band are in good company, after Kanye West and Steve Aoki headlined the fest’s opening night on Saturday.
Kings Of Leon will go onstage in the evening on August 31, following a recent update from frontman Caleb Followill on his brother’s improving condition. On Friday, the elder brother explained that Nathan was “doing well” after his injury. Despite not being fully recovered, Nathan will take the necessary precautions to perform at Made in America.
Budweiser Made in America is coming soon, but what's it like to be made in Denver, Colorado?
We explore the diverse Denver music scene as Budweiser unveil the latest in their series of documentaries ahead of the fast-approaching Budweiser Made in America festival.
When Jay-Z embarked on his Budweiser Made in America project, the ethos he wanted to represent was simple; bringing together bands and artists of all genres to celebrate the rich variation that has become the US musical community. And where better to enjoy this multi-genre theme than Denver, Colorado, home to the likes of everyone from gentle folk rock crooners The Lumineers to industrial Goth collective Velvet Acid Christ?
Iggy Azalea Set To Perform At Jay-Z's Made In America Festival, Joining The Likes Of Kanye West And John Mayer
Iggy Azalea is set to perform at the Los Angeles based part of the Made in America Festival. She is joining the likes of Kayne West, Rita Ora, John Mayer and Kings of Leon who are also performing at the Philadelphia-Los Angeles festival produced by Jay-Z.
Iggy Azalea will be joining the likes of Kanye West, Rita Ora, Kings Of Leon and John Mayer at the Made in America Festival at the end of August. The festival, produced by Jay-Z, will celebrate its third anniversary in Philadelphia and the first time it has also been held in Los Angeles over the last weekend in August.
Budweiser Made in America festival is on its way and, to celebrate, the beer brand unveil a series of music documentaries in different States: this week we explore Minnesota!
Being such a huge part of the world, America has always borne a massively diverse music ethos. In almost every part of the country you can come across a different musical culture and it's with this idea in mind that world famous rap star Jay-Z decided to create Budweiser Made in America festival. It's sole purpose is to bring together a choice selection of both up-and-coming and well-established artists spanning all genres including rock, hip hop, R&B, electronic, punk... the list goes on.
The two-day music festival will deploy chip-containing wristbands that allow concert-goers to load funds onto it, before or during the event.
Concertgoers will absolutely love the latest announcement for this year' Mysteryland USA festival. Attending a festival over several days can sometimes prove problematic in terms of what to bring and how to keep it safe, as thefts occur very frequent at these types of events.
Well the organisers of this year's Mysteryland USA music event have managed to solve this problem as it is set to become the first festival that doesn't require you to bring money.
Continue reading: Mysteryland USA Will Not Require Cash For Two-Day Musical Festival
Following the death of Japanese restaurant mogul Hiroaki Aoki, his children are in court against their former mother-in-law after she was awarded his fortune in 2013.
Devon Aoki (model and actress) and her brother Steve Aoki (DJ) are currently embroiled in a bitter fight with their father's widow over his leftover fortune. Hiroaki 'Rocky; Aoki, father of Devon and Steve, was a Japanese restaurant founder before he died in 2008. His widow, Keiko Ono Aoki, has stated that his six children stole 3 million USD from him while he was dying in the hospital.
Keiko was the third wife of Hiroaki, and received his 35 million USD estate in 2013, although, according to the 'New York Post', she now wants to take back the money she accuses his children of stealing. All of the six children disagree, though, stating that the money came to them from a trust-fund which Keiko had no control over.
Continue reading: Devon And Steve Aoki Battling Their Father's Widow Over Estate
Posted on 05 September 2013