Matthew Koma Net Worth is
Matthew Koma Biography
Matthew Koma was born on 2nd June 1987 in Brooklyn, New York City USA and is a musician, singer, songwriter and producer, perhaps best known for multiple collaborations with Sebastian Ingrosso and Ryan Tedder Zedd, however, his collaboration with Zedd has been his most notable achievement to date with the release of the single “Spectrum” that reached number one on the Billboard Hot Dance Club Songs. Koma has been active in the entertainment industry since 2010.
How much is the net worth of Matthew Koma? It has been reported by authoritative sources that the overall size of his wealth is as much as $2 million, as of the data presented in early 2018. Music is the main source of Koma’s modest fortune.
Matthew Koma Net Worth $2 million
To begin with, the boy grew up in Long Island, New York, where he attended Seaford High School. As a child he was enthusiastic about, music and to this day he writes songs for himself and for artists of various genres.
Concerning his professional career, Koma signed his first recording contract at the age of 16, but his first efforts including tours did not bring him much success. Nevertheless, following more songs several house producers were aware of him, plus he started to co-write. The first success Matthew Koma had as a writer was with the song “Calling (Lose My Mind)” by Sebastian.
Shortly thereafter, when his relationship with Carly Rae Jepsen was announced, he produced and wrote all the songs for her album “Kiss” (2012), and was followed by writing requests from Far East Movement, Kat Graham and Black Cards. Among the songs written for Zedd was the song “Spectrum” (2012), which also helped Koma become more widely known as a singer, and was his first single chart placement. At the end of 2012, Koma released his debut single “Parachute”, in parallel with the eponymous EP, then accompanied the American singer Adam Young on his autumn 2012 tour, steadily improving his net worth.
Matthew Koma is also known as an artist who puts various vocal genre to instrumental pieces. Dutch DJs Fedde le Grand and Nicky Romero recorded a vocal edit for their instrumental track “Sparks”, and Dutch house project Showtek and Justin Prime made together with Koma the song “Earthquake” (2013), which achieved high chart placements in Great Britain and the Netherlands.
Later in 2013, Koma collaborated with Dutch house DJ Hardwell, together releasing the song “Dare You”, which became another chart success, in Scotland reaching the top 5. As a solo artist, Koma released the song “One Night” (2013), and concurrently his EP “The Cherry Tree Sessions”, then in 2014 his debut album was announced. Koma reached single chart placements in collaboration with the Dutch DJ Tiesto and the song “Set Yourself Free”, which was included on Tiesto’s studio album “A Town Called Paradise” (2014), reaching chart placements in many countries including Germany, the Netherlands and Sweden.
Also in 2014, the Dutch DJ Afrojack released his album “Forget the World”, on which Koma sings the songs “Illuminate” and “Keep Our Love Alive”. In 2015, he participated in the song “Hysteria” from the album “Neon Future II” by Steve Aoki, then in 2016 released the single “Kisses Back” which was certified gold in Poland, followed in 2017 by his singles “Hard to Love” and “Dear Ana” showed up. Koma also produced several tracks for “Now”, Shania Twain’s fifth studio album including “Life’s About to Get Good”, the lead single, certainly boosting his net worth.
Finally, in the personal life of the artist, he was in relationship with singer Carly Rae Jepsen from August 2012 to March 2015, but is currently single, and residing in Los Angeles.