Skrillex net worth

Sonny John Moore is an American electronic music, DJ, singer, producer, and songwriter. Better known as SkrillexMoore began his career in 2002. At first, he worked with different bands however in 2007, he began his solo career. At present, Skrillex net worth is estimated to be $ 45 million.

In 2009, he released Gypsyhook EP, after which he planned to work on his debut album “Bells”. However, soon Moore decided to cease the production and change his name to Skrillex. Subsequently, he released the track “My Name is Skrillex” and made it free on his official page. Thereafter he released other successful hits such as “More Monsters and Sprites EP” and “Scary Monsters and Nice Sprites EP”.

Skrillex net worth
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BornHighland Park, Los Angeles, California, U.S.
Birth nameSonny John Moore
Years active2002–present
LabelsAtlantic Big, OWSLA, mau5trap
Age29 years

 

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Born in Northeast Los Angeles, Skrillex spent his formative years in San Francisco. He was homeschooled after he turned 14. The reason behind it was bullying due to his stature.

Moore began his career in 2002, however, his first album “Dear Diary, My Teen Angst Has a Body Count” was released in 2004. Back then Moore and his bandmates worked under the label “Epitaph Records”, which is a Hollywood-based independent record label. Together they did a couple of successful tours and then released their second album in 2006. Again their second album “Heroine” was commercially successful with high record sales. This resulted in many more tours being scheduled. However before the band could perform, Moore suffered from some vocal issue. Due to it, their shows were canceled.

After recovering, Moore permanently resigned from the band and decided to work solo.

Skrillex net worth

YearSkrillex net worth
2017$ 45 million
2016$ 42 million
2014$ 38 million
2013$ 36 million

In 2012 and 2013 Skrillex was also included in Forbes list featuring the “Highest paid celebrities.”

 

Income

YearEarnings
2016$ 3 million
2015$ 4 million
2014$ 2 million
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