Fast Facts About 3LAU
3LAU is the performing alias of Justin David Blau, a DJ from Las Vegas. Blau was born on January 9th, 1991 in Syosset, New York. He started playing music at a young age, learning to play piano and guitar, as well as to sing. When he was thirteen, he moved with his family to Las Vegas. Blau went to Washington University in St. Louis, Missouri, and started his music career in 2011 after a vacation to Sweden.
Blau fell in love with EDM (electronic dance music) in Sweden at the age of 20. After returning to the United States, Blau started producing his own mashups of others’ sounds and posting them to his YouTube channel, where he first started using the name “3LAU.”
- Blau’s first success was on YouTube, where he had several viral hits, including “Girls Who Save the World” and “All Night Long.”
- 3LAU started DJing while he was still in college, doing nights at local clubs in the St. Louis area while attending Washington University.
- In addition to being a highly successful DJ, 3LAU has also done significant charity work. The artist has raised several hundred thousand dollars for Pencils of Promise, a charity that used his funds to build a school in a low-income area in Guatemala. He also formed a non-profit record label called Blume.
- 3LAU has released numerous singles, but he’s only put out one album so far – Ultraviolet. The record was released via his own label, Blume, and hit No. 1 on the iTunes Electronic charts and No. 7 on the Billboard Dance/Electronic charts.
- Blau has collaborated with numerous notable artists on his songs, including Bright Lights, Said The Sky, Yeah Boy, Justin Caruso, Iselin, Shaun Frank, Grabbitz, and many others.
- 3Lau’s star sign is Capricorn.
- The DJ is estimated to have a net worth of approximately $1.5 million.