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Steve Angelou is a Greek-Swedish DJ, record producer and record label owner who has a net worth of $40 million. He is perhaps best known for his activities within the Swedish House Mafia, a group he formed with Axwell and Sebastian Ingrosso. In addition to his activities with the Swedish house mafia, Angelo is a successful record producer, remixer and record label owner.
Steven Patrick Josephson Fragogianis was born on 22 November 1982 in Athens, Greece. Raised in Stockholm, Sweden by a Greek father and a Swedish mother, Steven began DJing at the age of 12. His brother Antoine also grew up to become a DJ, later performing under the stage name AN21. During his early years, Steve performed in various Scratch competitions and was influenced by hip-hop and breakbeats. However, he later transitioned more towards electronic music by his late teens. At the age of six, Steven first met Sebastian Ingrosso, and childhood friends would later go on to form the Swedish House Mafia.
Steven Angelou first arrived on stage in the early 2000s, producing tunes under the name “Who’s Who”. One of his early songs during this period was “Not So Dirty”. During this time, he began collaborating with Swedish DJ Sebastian Ingrosso, and the pair recorded tracks together under a variety of monikers. Steve also recorded his own records through labels such as Subliminal and Cr2. However, he also established his own record label in the early 2000s called Size Records, which is based in Stockholm.
In 2004, Angelou started buzz with the release of her remix of Eurythmics’ famous song, “Sweet Dreams”. In 2006, he teamed up with Axwell for the first time, and the pair released “Tell Me Why”. It became a major club anthem and is still popular today. This success put Angelou on the map, and he followed up the following year with “Baby When the Light”. It was his first solo hit. During the next few years, he once again collaborated with Ingrosso and Laidback Luke. His next big hit was Robin S. came up with a remake of the 90s song “Show Me Love”. It was a collaboration with Laidback Luke, and it became a number one hit in the UK.
By 2008, Steve was set to form the Swedish House Mafia with Angelo Axwell and Sebastian Ingrosso. Although Eric Pryde was invited to join, he declined over concerns over creative control. To kick-start this new collaboration, Swedish House Mafia released early hits such as “Get Dumb” and “Love the World Behind”. Angelou continued to collaborate with artists such as David Guetta on songs such as “Everytime We Touch” during this period. In 2010, Swedish House Mafia released their debut album, entitled “Till One.”
The album contained hits such as “One”, which featured Pharrell Williams. This debut album also included “Miami 2 Ibiza”, featuring Tiny Tempah. Angelou also contributed solo tracks to the album, including the track “Tivoli”. During the rest of 2010, Angelou collaborated with artists such as Max Wangeli and released “Open Your Eyes”, which later became part of the “FIFA 12” soundtrack. During this period, the Swedish House Mafia also toured extensively, appearing in Tomorrowland.
During the 2010s, Steve Angelou’s popularity peaked. In 2010, they achieved their highest ranking within DJ Mag, reaching 14th place in the world rankings. By 2011, Swedish House Mafia had begun work on their second album. They first released the single “Save the World” featuring John Martin. Then, they once again performed at Tomorrowland and later went on with two more tracks: “Antidote” and “Greyhound”. After a third consecutive performance in Tomorrowland, the group gave several additional live performances and released their most commercially successful track to date, “Don’t You Worry Child”.
The track reached the number one spot in Sweden, Australia and the UK, and achieved multi-platinum status in several countries. Later, “Don’t You Worry Child” would be featured on their compilation album, “Till Now”, released in 2012. Also, in 2012, Steven Angelou began allowing a camera crew to walk around him and document his personal and work life. He teamed up with AN21 (his brother) and Max Wangeli to release an album titled “People of the Night”. Swedish House Mafia ended 2012 by touring one last time, announcing that they would all go their separate ways following the conclusion of the Ultra Music Festival in Miami the following year.
In 2013, Steve Angelou began to focus more on his record label, working with Junior Sanchez to distribute Brobot Records. They only entered Tech House with a sister label called “X”. During this period, Steve worked with artists such as Trent Cantrell and Matisse & Sadko. Although he was focused on building his record label, Angelou also released his own solo tracks, such as “Payback”. Over the next few years, Steve continued to expand his record label and explore new genres such as indie rock.
By 2017, Angelo had returned to center stage, performing at Coachella. He also released six new singles that year in preparation for his next solo studio album, which was released in 2018. The album was titled “Human” and it coincided with the Swedish House Mafia reunion that year. The group returned during 2018’s Ultra Miami, and they later confirmed that they would tour the world in 2019.
His brother Antoine Josephson is known by the name AN21 and is also a DJ and producer. The two have worked together and toured. Angelo has two daughters and is married to Swedish model Isabel Adrian.
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