Feeling good starts with looking good! Steve AokiInvited Use Weekly to tag along for a typical day in his life — which all begins by working up a sweat.
“Wherever I am in the world, I always find time for [an] #AllOutWithAoki [workout],” the DJ, 44, exclusively told Us He enjoys his early morning routine.
Aoki — who frequently tours the world performing his DJ mixes — has previously been candid about how he keeps up his workout motivation and stamina.
“I love creating challenges to obtain and reach goals,” the Florida native told Men’s Health April 2020. “One challenge I recently did was to drop to 10 percent body fat. By doing that I had to change a lot of the structures of my life, when it comes to my diet and how hard I was working out.”
He continued at the time: “Because I like to share my workouts with my fans and the people that follow me on social media, I like to do as much bodyweight workouts as possible. … [My go-to advice is] never skip leg day.”
After completing his daily training, the Blue: The Color of Noise author focuses on his work, including checking out an upcoming photo shoot for his collaboration with Natural Light Vodka.
“We teamed up to bring my next residency right into one lucky fan’s house and give them the greatest weekend of their lives,” he told Use This partnership.
By the end of the day, it’s all about music for Aoki. A Grammy nominee, Aoki warms up in his studio before his nightly sets.
“I like to give the fans something extra special,” he explained to Use. “I often prep edits and remixes of my songs that you’ll only hear if you come out to see me.”
The Charming Voice actor, who rose to fame as a record producer and launched Dim Mak in 1996. By March 2010, he debuted his “I’m in the House” track with Will.I.Am. Aoki has since released six albums and was nominated for his first Grammy Award in 2013.
“I mean, it’s my life,” Aoki told Billboard in March 2021 of the electronic dance music genre. “It’s my core of everything I’m doing. I might produce different sounds. I did. KolonyMy hip-hop album,, was produced entirely in the hip hop world. I was doing straight-up hip -hop beats that you may not have known were me. But the core of what I make now is EDM.”
Scroll down for a complete account of how Aoki spends his free time.