Do you know what names are among the most paid techno DJs? Some are in the game for decades now and their career is still going strong with fans from several generations.
Here are some of the highest-paid techno artists.
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Richie Hawtin – $11 Million
British-Canadian Richard Hawtin has been experimenting with techno sounds ever since the late 80s. An extremely popular presence in the Detroit scene throughout the 1990s, Hawtin began his career when he was only 17 years old, showcasing his skills at local bars and clubs. His popularity grew exponentially ever since.
Sven Väth – $14 Million
With dozens of singles, albums, and mixes to his name, in addition to three DJ Awards, Väth’s rise to fame has been nothing but extraordinary. Even though his career as a club owner flunked, according to Celebrity Net Worth, he can drown his sorrows on a net worth of $14 Million.
Carl Cox – $16 Million
Along with his countless award-nominations and four studio albums, Cox serves as a DJ for BBC Radio 1, and has hosted one of the most famous nights in legendary Ibiza for fifteen years in a row. With such an impressive resumé, it comes as no surprise that this techno artist has amassed a net worth of $16 Million, according to Celebrity Net Worth.
Dave Clarke – $30 Million
Dave has been very vocal about the hardship of the DJ live, but his love for the craft hasn’t stopped him from releasing music and taking on the role of entertainer for the hard-core techno fans with passion. Now 51 years old, Clarke is still active in the music scene. His hard work definitely paid off, with a reported $30 Million net worth by Net Worth Stats.