Sebastian Ingrosso Net Worth – 2022

Sebastian Ingrosso

Net Worth $40 Million
Height Disc jockey, Record producer, Electronic musician, Remixer
Profession Sweden
Gender Male
Date of Birth Apr 20, 1983 (39 years old)

Sebastian Ingrosso Net Worth:

$40 Million

How Much Is Sebastian Ingrosso Net Worth?

Swedish DJ and producer Sebastian Ingrosso has a net worth of $40 million. Ingrosso has been recognized many times as one of “DJ Magazine’s” Top 100 DJs, ranking in the top 20 in 2010 and 2013. In 2004, Sebastian released the EPs “Mode Machine,” “Stockholm Disco,” and “Hook da Mode,” and his songs “Calling (Lose My Mind)” (with Alesso and Ryan Tedder) and “Reload” (with Tommy Trash and John Martin) were certified at least Double Platinum in Sweden.

Additionally, he has released the albums “More Than You Know” (2017) with Axwell & Ingrosso and “Until One” (2010) and “Until Now” (2012) with Swedish House Mafia. In 2003, Ingrosso launched the record label Refune Music.

Early Years

Sebastian Ingrosso was born Sebastian Carmine Ingrosso in Nacka Municipality, Sweden on April 20, 1983. His mother Marie and father Vito (a choreographer) raised him in Stockholm, and his cousin is the musician Benjamin Ingrosso. Sebastian learnt how to produce music in Vito’s studio when he was a teenager. At the age of six, Ingrosso met his future Swedish House Mafia bandmate Steve Angello.


In 2004, Sebastian released the EPs “Mode Machine,” “Stockholm Disco,” and “Hook da Mode,” as well as the song “Yo Yo Kidz.” Sebastian published his first remix through Mega Records in 1999. (with Steve Angello). In 2008, he created Swedish House Mafia alongside Axwell and Steve Angello, and they quickly produced the Platinum-certified compilation albums “Until One” and “Until Now” “Don’t You Worry Child” was rated 9x Platinum in Sweden and 7x Platinum in Canada.

Swedish House Mafia disbanded in 2013, and during one of their final performances, Ingrosso smashed the sound barrier with his drums. In 2018, the band reunited at the Ultra Music Festival in Miami and began recording their third studio album. In 2013, “Reload” by Ingrosso topped the Scottish Singles Chart and the UK Dance Singles Chart, and it peaked at number three on the UK Singles Chart. In 2014, Sebastian and Axwell released the EP “X4” as the combo Axwell & Ingrosso. They released their debut studio album in 2017 titled “More Than You Know,” which peaked at number 12 on the Swedish music charts. In Sweden, the songs “Something New,” “On My Way,” “Sun Is Shining,” “I Love You” (with Kid Ink), and “Dreamer” have all achieved Platinum certification or higher. The single “More Than You Know” was certified ten times platinum in Sweden and four times platinum in Italy, and it entered the top ten in over 20 countries.

Personal Life

Sebastian married singer/songwriter Kinnda (née Kinda Vivianne Hamid) in 2011. The couple has two kids; their names are Melina and Miranda.

Honors and Candidatures

Ingrosso has received two Grammy nominations for Best Dance Recording with Swedish House Mafia, for “Save The World” in 2012 and “Don’t You Worry Child” in 2013. He has been nominated for six DJ Awards and won Best House DJ in 2010. He has also been nominated for the International Dance Music Awards for Best Progressive Track for “Calling (Lose My Mind)” (2012) and Best Electro / Progressive House Track for “Reload” (2014). Swedish House Mafia has received several accolades, including the European Border Breakers Award for “Until One” (2012), the MTV Europe Music Awards for Best Swedish Act (2010 and 2011), and the Grammis Awards for Best International Success (2012) and Best Electronic/Dance Album for “Until Now” (2013).

Best House/Garage Track for “Leave the World Behind” (2010), Best Electro/Tech House Track for “One (Your Name)” (2011) and “Don’t You Worry Child” (2013), Best Progressive Track for “One (Your Name)” (2011), Best Breakthrough Group (2011), Best Group (2011, 2012, and 2013), and Best Music Video for “Save the World” (2012) and “Don’t You Worry Child” (2013) are among the group’s 10 International Dance Music Award victories (2013). Sebastian has received a Grammis Award for Best Electronic / Dance for “More Than You Know”/”I Love You” (2018) alongside Axwell & Ingrosso, as well as International Dance Music Awards for Best Group (2015) and Best Song for “More Than You Know” (2018).

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