While music is great for relaxing and unwinding after a long day. There is more underneath the surface, than just entertainment.
After I watched the documentary "I'll Sleep When I'm Dead" I learned about Steve Aoki, whose real name is Steven Hiroyuki Aoki is an American entertainer, DJ, record producer and music executive!
In the 80-minute documentary starts with footage of screaming crowds, stage sets, people partying with iconic Steve Aoki rafts crowd-surfing and several cakes flying through the air. And the first spoken words of the firm, by DJ/producer Tiesto: "You can't compare Steve to any other DJs. He has his own role in the DJ world. Although this film is long, it's worth it for the visual component, the music and the incredible editing. In this film you'll see a story of talent, success, and loss unfold, and learn about a fascinating human being who did not ask whether he should or could, he just did it.
ON THE ROAD
All things considered, between 230 to 250 shows every year. At the point when we do, suppose, 250 shows were including 50 additional dates of simply travel dates. So I'm in a real sense out and about for 300 days of the year. I train my brain to accept that the road is my home, instead of the road is not my home. It's just a mental thing everything’s mental.
He’s also known for getting very little sleep and even has “I’LL SLEEP WHEN I’M DEAD” tattooed on his neck.
Steve Aoki RELATIONSHIPS
Steve Aoki has performed solo at pretty much every field and celebration stage you can consider. Preceding his exhibition, the narrative "I'll Sleep When I'm Dead" (debuting at the Tribeca Film Festival) will zero in on the unstoppable and whimsical tycoon organizer of the Benihana eatery network, and his mind boggling relationship with his 38-year-old child.
"He was not the sort of father to put you down and educate you regarding life," Aoki reveals to The Post of his playboy pop. "He'd take you under his arm and show you the daily routine he was experiencing. I didn't see him constantly, yet all things considered, I felt ruined by those encounters."
“His father didn’t give him a dime,” says documentary director Justin Krook.
In addition to this documentary, I recommend watching; Amy which is about Amy Winehouse, in addition to this, if you enjoy listening to Hip-Hop I recommend you watching Hip Hop Evolution.