Marshmello dons the cover of Forbes ’30 Under 30′ issue

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Just three years ago, Marshmello was dropping his first original tracks on SoundCloud. Today, he adorns the cover of Forbes Magazine’s 30 Under 30 issue. Ornamented and clad in a white suit, his $55,000 helmet smilies with ambiguous benevolence.

The smile is well-earned. Over the past two years, that head raked in $44 million. Marshmello now has a six-figure performance fee, a lucrative top YouTube channel, several top-chart singles with some of the biggest labels biggest stars – though, he is yet to sign with any of the industry goliaths. According to Forbes, his manager Moe Shalizi says the 26-year-old is due to make $50 million in the upcoming year.

Marshmello’s success is a candid indication of the power of branding. The mystic of the anonymity his helmet has generated paired with his natural gift of creating songs that surpass genre allow Marshmello to appeal to a pop audience on a global scale. His momentum is unprecedented, and still, the public doesn’t know the man’s face. What they see in his air-conditioned helmet is altruism; permission to have fun, the opportunity to listen, and to dance.

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It’s official: Calvin Harris is richer than Drake & Paul McCartney

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It’s official: Calvin Harris is richer than Drake & Paul McCartneyCalvin Harris Sourced From His FB

It’s common knowledge by now that EDM can be a lucrative field for certain artists, with high earners like David Guetta, Steve Aoki, and The Chainsmokers successfully making a crossover into the mainstream and earning tens of millions in the process. Calvin Harris, who’s forged countless number one hits to date and captured the hearts of millions through both his beats and his body (through high fashion campaigns), has dominated the DJ high-earner list for years now, and he’s just unlocked a brand new achievement: cracking the top 50 highest-paid celebrity lists.

In fact, Calvin Harris has raked in more cash thus far for the year of 2018 than “God’s Plan” rapper and Degrassi star, Drake. with an income of $48 million. Drake, and Paul McCartney — who rests at the 51st spot — have both brought in around a million less than Harris. Still, just over a third of the year remains, which could mean that Drake could end up with more by winter’s end.

Harris’ breaking of the top 50 highest-paid celebrities comes as little surprise. Recently, a report came out which discovered that the Scottish superstar more or less earns an average person’s wage in mere hours.

 

Via: Forbes

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Calvin Harris Beats Out Drake On Forbe’s List Of World’s Highest Paid Celebrities

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Forbe’s loves a good list, especially when ranking individuals based on their income. That being said, who doesn’t. Each year the outlet breaks down industries with what talks – the money. They have just revealed their list of World’s Highest Paid Celebrities. Obviously, the top spots were taken by those one might expect – Floyd

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Report: Calvin Harris earns an average job’s annual salary in as little as three hours

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Forbes2017 report outlined the world’s 100 top-grossing celebrities, who collectively raked in $5.15 billion. Although various artists appeared at the very top of the list—Diddy notably occupied the #1 slot with $130 million—electronic artists too enjoyed representation on the list of the highest-paid personalities, with Calvin Harris then emerging as the highest earning DJ, boasting an income of $48.5 million. Tiësto and The Chainsmokers followed Harris with $39 million and $38 million, respectively.

In January 2018, Oxfam International released its annual inequality report, indicating that “In the US, it takes slightly over one working day for a CEO to earn what an ordinary worker makes in a year.” This claim would be the impetus for Magnetic Magazine to examine the income differentials between the world’s “top musicians and ordinary job workers.”

Magnetic enumerated the median annual salaries of five common jobs: truck drivers ($41,340/yr), elementary school teachers ($59,020/yr), registered nurses ($68,450/yr), real estate brokers ($79,340/yr), and software developers ($100,080/yr). Magnetic set out to determine “how long it would take the world’s best-paid musicians to earn annual salaries in these jobs,” and the mag’s findings, reflected in Magnetic’s infographic, prove astonishing.

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It would take Harris a little over seven hours to accumulate what a truck driver makes in a year, slightly over ten-hours to collect a teacher’s yearly salary, and just over 12 hours to match the yearly pay of a registered nurse.

Tiësto would garner a truck driver’s yearly salary in nine hours and 17 minutes, a teacher’s in 13 hours and 15 minutes, and a nurses’s in 15 hours and 22 minutes. Hardly far behind, The Chainsmokers would follow suit in nine hours and 32 minutes, 13 hours and 36 minutes, and 15 hours and 48 minutes, when it came to earning the equivalent of a truck driver, teacher, and nurse’s salary, individually, leaving presumably all readers of Magnetic’s report with one question: is it too late to learn how to DJ?

H/T: Magnetic Magazine

These Were The Highest Paid Women in 2017

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Forbes has released the list of the ten highest paid women for the 2017 year. While there’s not quite any DJs on the list there year, Beyoncé “Queen B” topped the list with a staggering $105 million income. After releasing her album Lemonade, Beyoncé is unstoppable especially with her recent Formation World Tour. Following Beyoncé’s

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Industry Round-up: Lil Peep’s Passing, Forbes 30 Under 30 & More

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The music industry saw both good and bad news this week, including Lil Peep’s passing, Forbes’ 30 under 30 list, Google investing $70 million to counter major labels, and more.

Forbes Officially Exposes Marshmello As Chris Comstock ‘Dotcom’

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Around two years ago, a music producer launched into the dance music culture as an anonymous DJ called Marshmello. While there have been quite a few slip ups from the DJ and producer, Marshmello’s identity has never been fully revealed. For Forbes’ 30 Under 30 list, they revealed that Marshmello, “born Chris Comstock” aka Dotcom

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Zedd Featured On The Cover Of Forbes’ 30 Under 30

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Before reguarly scoring six-figure DJ gigs, Zedd got his start in music at the age of just four years old. Throughout the years, Zedd has gained world-wide popularity for his music and live shows. “I see myself as an artist who presents a show,” says Zedd, who earned $19 million this year and $85 million

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Steve Aoki Teams Up with Zumba to Bring “STRONG” Workout Music

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In similar fashion to other artists before him, Steve Aoki has always been more than a DJ, he’s an entrepreneur. He built a brand with Dim Mak, he’s molded the careers of many and he’s made the right business ventures throughout his career. Aoki’s most recent venture being revealed in an interview with Forbes as

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