Hardwell Net Worth|Wiki|Bio|Know about his Musics, Albums, Dutch DJ, Age, Personal Life, Wife

Hardwell Net Worth|Wiki|Bio|Know about his Musics, Albums, Dutch DJ, Age, Personal Life, Wife

Facts of Hardwell Net Worth|Wiki|Bio|Know about his Musics, Albums, Dutch DJ, Age, Personal Life, Wife

Net worth$23 million
Date of Birth:1988 January 7
First NameRobbert van de
Last NameCorput
Age:36 years old
Birth Nation: Netherlands
Height: 5 Feet 8 Inch

Robbert van de Corput better known by his stage name Hardwell is a music producer and Dutch DJ. In 2014 and 2014 he got voted for world's number one DJ by DJ Magazine. He is best known for his sets at music festivals, including Ultra Music Festival, Sunburn, and Tomorrowland. Hardwell's net worth is estimated to be $25 million.


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Hardwell's Net worth and Assets

Hardwell is the electro house DJ and music producer who has a net worth of $25 million. His main source of income is music. He earns from his album sales, concerts, and music streaming. His monthly salary is around $200K, and his annual is $2-$3 million. 

Hardwell House

He owns different luxurious cars which include BMW 3-Series Convertible which cost around $59,800, Audi A7 worth $88,900, and Range Rover which is $135,670. He also owns a $1.2 million house which is a 3,000-square-foot, four-bedroom house in the US. 

hardwell Car

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Early Life of Hardwell

Hardwell was born on January 7, 1988 in Breda, the Netherlands, to Anneke and Cor van de Corput. His parents work with a foundation that assists young artists in dealing with contracts, managers, and record labels. 

Young Hardwell

At the age of twelve, he began performing as a hip-hop DJ and recording his first electro songs. He was heavily influenced by the Breda-born DJ and producer Tisto, and he rose to prominence by competing in various local DJ competitions.

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Career and Achievements of Hardwell

At the age of 14, he signed a record deal with Dutch producer duo Klubbheads for Digidance. Three weeks later, he released his first official two-disc album, Bubbling Beats 1. In 2006, he released his first official single, Play It Around, which was well-received in German clubs. He combined his own style with the most popular musical genres for the track. He co-wrote the song Never Knew Love, which was released at the end of 2007 and became his first Top 40 hit on the official German single-charts, peaking at No. 32. His remixes of Gregor Salto’s and Chuckie’s Toys Are, with which he collaborated on with Dutch DJ and producer R3hab, and You Do Not Love Me, by Sidney Samson and Skitzofrenix, both topped the dance charts for weeks. He created a mash-up of ‘Be’ by Steve Angello and Laidback Luke and ‘Show Me Love by Robin S., which was released in December 2008 as an official cover version of Show Me Love. He gained more exposure in the Netherlands after performing on stage with Tisto, after which he produced the official anthem of the Dancevalley Festival titled Twilight Zone.

In 2010, he launched his own record label, ‘Revealed Recordings,’ which served as a new electronic dance music artist. Each year, he released a compilation album containing his new songs and tracks released by the label, and for its fifth anniversary, he released 100 of the most popular tracks chosen by fans on his website. In 2011, he signed a distribution deal with the German record label Kontor Records. In March of that year, he launched his one-hour podcast ‘Hardwell On Air’, which is broadcast on Slam! in the Netherlands and Sirius XM in the United States. In 2011, he co-produced the track Zero 76, which was named after the telephone prefix ‘076’ of their hometown Breda. The single Cobra topped dance charts around the world and was chosen as the official anthem of the ‘Energy, The Network’ festival. He followed up his success with Encoded, his first major release that dominated the festival scene, putting him among the world’s top DJs. The song Spaceman, which was released on July 31, 2012, sold over 500,000 copies in the United States and was one of the songs that helped to establish the Big room house genre.

He performed at a number of festivals in 2012, including Creamfields, Electric Zoo Festival, Electric Daisy Carnival, Ultra Music Festival, and Nature One. He also performed at the Tomorrowland festival. In January 2014, he released the documentary I Am Hardwell, which had been in the works for two and a half years and focused on his most successful moments. In 2014, he performed alongside Tisto at the Tomorrowland festival in Belgium, where he maintained his position as the top DJ. On January 23, 2015, he released his debut studio album United We Are from which the single ‘Sally,’ released one week earlier, became his first song to enter the German single charts. In 2016, he gave his final ‘I Am Hardwell’ performances. He released the song Being Alive on January 4, 2019. He debuted at No.24 on DJ Mag’s ‘Top 100 DJs’ list in 2011, as the second-highest entry newcomer after Skrillex, and topped the chart in 2013 and 2014. In 2012, he was named ‘Best Break-Through DJ’ at the International Dance Music Awards.

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Personal life of Hardwell

Since 2014, he was in a relationship with one of the beautiful Dutch event manager Yanicke Agnes. They met in a bar in his hometown of Breda in 2013. As of today, there is no information about them being married.

hardwell Wife

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Engagement in Online World 

Hardwell has a huge fan following around the Globe. He has 4.9 Million followers on Instagram. Similarly, he has 7.1 million followers on Twitter. And on Facebook, he has 8.5 million followers. He posts and shares his works and events on these social media. 

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