It feels like DJs have been everywhere you turn for years. Probably because it's true. Superstar DJs can make millions of dollars every year.
Here are the 12 DJs who made the most in 2016, per Forbes reports.
Remember his collaboration with Coldplay on "A Sky Full of Stars"? Apparently that came right before his retirement. He's set to do his last show at 26 after earning $14.5 million.
The Dutch DJ earned $15 million.
10: Dmitri Vegas and Like Mike
Never heard of them? They're better known in Europe; their single "The Hum" hit platinum in Belgium.
9. Martin Garrix
He made $16 million. And he's only 20. What did you before you turned 21?
Meanwhile, this DJ is more than twice Garrix's age and made $19 million.
The DJ that arguably brought electro-house into the U.S. mainstream (even if you called it dubstep) raked in $20 million. He produced five songs on Justin Bieber's latest album.
This DJ is everywhere. He's worked with Gwen Stefani, M.I.A., Die Antwoord, Britney Spears, Madonna, Shakira, Beyoncé...the list goes on. That was good for $23 million last year.
5. Steve Aoki
He might be best known for throwing cakes at people in the crowd, but that didn't stop him from pulling in $23.5 million (over nearly 200 shows!) by Forbes' count.
Forbes reports Zedd pulled in $24.5 million, including a deal with Guitar Center for a contest to find the next EDM star.
3. David Guetta
When you have a DJ residency in Las Vegas' XS Nightclub, who can be surprised if you pull in $28 million a year?
He's 47 years old. And he's still a world-renowned DJ who can pull in $38 million a year.
1. Calvin Harris
What's the best way to console yourself after breaking up with Taylor Swift? Well, making $63 million probably doesn't hurt.