How much is Porter Robinson worth? - Wondering how wealthy & rich is Porter Robinson? Or maybe you\u2019re just curious about Porter Robinson's age, body measurements, height, weight, hair color, eye color, bra & waist size, bio, wiki, wealth and salary?\n\n\n\n\n\n Porter Robinson (No. Chapel Hill, North Carolina, July 15, 1992) is an American DJ and producer of electronic music. It is mainly oriented to the genre electro house and synthpop. Currently occupies the position # 96 in the survey conducted by DJ Mag in 2017 down 6 positions compared to the previous year. In 2014, thanks to his debut album "Worlds", Porter Robinson was named "Artist of the Year" by Thump (Vice) and "Best Record of the Year" in the Beatmash Magazine ranking. \n \n\nPorter Robinson's Biography\n Porter Robinson starts producing at the young age of 12, using Sony ACID Pro emulating sounds thathear in video games. Next, produce Hands Up under the alias of Ekowraith using FL Studio. \n In the beginning he started using Lennar Digital Sylenth1, Native Instruments, 3xOsc, Sytrus and several commercial sound editors. \n He graduated from high school in his hometown of Chapel Hill, North Carolina. \n Musical career\n He released a variety of singles for Glamara Records and Big Fish Recordings. His first single, "Say My Name", was a huge success, reaching first place in the digital portal Beatport, on his Electro House list, and in the summer of 2011, he signed with OWSLA, the record label commanded by Skrillex. , to make his first EP titled Spitfire, which reached the first location in the list of dance music in iTunes, and Beatport. In it, the track Unison stands out, which had great reception in the electronic scene. \n Porter released his single, "Language", on April 10, 2012 through the Big Beat Records label in the United States, and by Ministry of Sound, editing it in much of the world. The song would again occupy the first location in Beatport as well as in the lists of dance music in iTunes. The single was premiered exclusively by BBC Radio 1 on the Essential Mix radio show on January 27, 2012, in a recording of a live performance by Robinson himself. \n Porter has been in charge of official remixes of artists like Lady Gaga (Interscope Records) and Avicii (Ministry of Sound), \n Tours\n As a DJ, he has toured internationally and shared the stage with artists such as Deadmau5, Ti\u00ebsto, David Guetta, Skrillex, Diplo, Zedd, Madeon, Moby, Afrojack, Above & amp; Beyond, Dada Life, A-Trak, Gareth Emery, among others. \n Performed at numerous major music festivals during 2011 including Ultra Music Festival, Electric Daisy Carnival (held in 3 cities), Electric Zoo, South by Southwest, Global Dance Festival, Virgin Mobile FreeFest, Beyond Wonderland, Electric Forest and Nocturnal Festival., Imperial Festival (Costa Rica). \n In February 2011, he made an appearance on The Project Blue Book Tour with Skrillex and Tommy Lee & amp; DJ Aero. \n Between June and July 2011, he was the opening act for Skrillex on the OWSLA Tour. \n Between September and October 2011, this time,act as the opening act for the Dutch singer Ti\u00ebsto with his College Invasion tour through the United States, Mexico and Canada. A mini-documentary focused on the entire Porter tour , was broadcast on MTV, and uploaded on his YouTube channel. Subsequently, he began a tour as a principal artist for the most important nightclubs in the United States as part of his "The Spitfire Tour." \n Porter performed his first Essential Mix for BBC Radio 1, performed live at Hull City Hall on January 28, 2012 during his first trip to the United Kingdom. Shortly after announcing his first great European tour that took the title "The Spitfire Tour Europe", he was able to perform in several clubs in various cities of the European continent for 6 weeks. In April 2012, he released the single "Language" and made his debut in the ninth position in the United Kingdom. In June 2012, he embarked approximately 30 days on a bus tour of North America named after him from The Language Tour, which was supported by Mat Zo and The M Machine. \n In 2012 he also played at major festivals around the world including Tomorrowland, Coachella, Creamfields, Future Music Festival, Ultra Music Festival, Electric Daisy Carnival and Lollapalooza. At the end of 2012, "Easy" launched a co-production with Mat Zo for the Anjunabeats label and remained for several days as the best-selling track on the Beatport digital portal. \n In 2014, for the debut of his album Worlds, he started the Worlds tour \n In 2016, he started the Shelter Live Tour with Madeon and launched together with Madeon "Shelter" which became a success. \n In 2017, Porter spoke about a problem of depression and existential crisis that he had for almost 2 years, which forced him to not make more music but his tour with Madeon renewed it and he is making new music for 2017, for this he said he was not going to make many presentations and will focus more on what he loves most, make good music and that all his fans feel happy. \n\n\n\nMore Facts about Porter Robinson\n\nThe Porter Robinson's statistics like age, body measurements, height, weight, bio, wiki, net worth posted above have been gathered from a lot of credible websites and online sources. 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