Garrix net worth is estimated $12 million.
The “King of EDM” has earned millions by selling merch and tickets to his concerts; but the major milestone that has changed his life is his music; and for this, he receives $10 Million per track.
If you go into any major electronic dance music festival, you can see Garrix is everywhere. He’s been dubbed the golden boy of the scene, with his career spanning over five years now. He’s currently one of the top 30 DJs in the world right now, and this year, he has three shows.
Martijn Garritsen was born on the 14th May 1996, in Amstelveen, Netherlands. From a young age, he was very interested in music. He learned the guitar when he was 8 years old and became a part of the Dutch band The Young Kings of England, where he played the guitar.
He made his first big splash by making the popular hit “Silence”, the official Anthem for the FIFA 2014 World Cup.
I was discovered by Tiesto and since I was 10 years old I’ve been into music, playing all the instruments I can get my hands on. I started producing when I was 12, I’ve been producing since I was 13, and I’ve produced a lot of tracks since then. I started producing when I was 12, I’ve been doing it for some time now but I always made music on the side with friends and my family.
The years after his first appearance on the DJ Mag Top 100 DJ list saw him gain more and more success in Europe where he started to conquer the charts and get on to bigger stages such as the Tomorrowland Festival and the Ultra Music Festival.
He is one of the biggest names in the EDM scene right now and he is also one of the biggest DJs in the world.
Today, Martin Garrix has $30 million dollars in net worth.
Martin Garrix got started by remixing songs and making his own tracks.
[Commentator]: He won the Red Bull Music Academy in 2016.
Favorite Quotes from Martin Garrix
Martin Garrix says that it is difficult to say what exactly made him become a successful DJ. It depends on so many different things. If he were given an award, he would thank his family, friends, Tiesto and the great team behind him for all their hard work. Without them, he wouldn’t be where he is today.
____________ is a “coward” hiding behind a computer. I would argue he is being an egotist. If you’re talking about something that isn’t true, that’s egotism.
When I started, it’s all about doing a lot of work. I always try to stay in the gym doing yoga or playing football. But I always knew that I had to study a lot. I like the feeling of putting knowledge into practice. That’s what I like.
People should stop complaining about the ticket prices at EDC and Ultra Music Festival. They are paying attention to who the lineups are put together for. They’re coming back to EDC, and going to see my sets.
This interview took place in 2017 and I heard it at the time and I’m repeating it here just for the hell of it, but Martin Garrix said that when he went to Mexico, a lot of people would come up to him on the street and go crazy, and not like a group of people going crazy, but like a mob or something.
Martin Garrix Motivational Video
After launching his own record label, he’s been making a name for himself as a DJ and producer. His debut single, “In the Name Of Love”, has been doing exceptionally well and is already in the Top Ten worldwide.
The Dutch DJ has earned over $30 million from his DJ gigs.