As one of the biggest names in House and EDM, Steve Aoki is no stranger to chart topping hits and masses begging him to be caked (a technique he uses when onstage where he throws cake at attendees). While being covered in confectionary sounds offputting to some, when the king of Electronic does it, people enjoy every crumb. He has collaborated with everyone from Taking Back Sunday and Rise Against to Fallout Boy and Iggy Azalea. He has his own label, titled Dim Mak Records, which he began back in 1996. He’s remixed songs that span every genre, including Jackson 5 selections and favorites from Snoop Dogg. He became well-known for his all out appearances while on tour, incorporating everything from cake to champagne to engage crowds.
While his rise to fame might have taken a few years and a lot of Betty Crocker, hits like Night Call and Big Balling (featuring Migos, Lil Yachty, and Lil Uzi Vert) catapulted him to stardom. His willingness to blend every genre to get the most out of his music has made him a favorite across every club demographic, combining Hip Hop, House, Rock, and everything in between to create his sound. Find this legendary DJ at Omnia Nightclub in Caesars Palace, living up to his name and reputation, cake and all.