How rich is Simon Harris? Net Worth, Money


Simon Harris Net Worth

How Much money Simon Harris has? For this question we spent 26 hours on research (Wikipedia, Youtube, we read books in libraries, etc) to review the post.

The main source of income: Celebrities
Total Net Worth at the moment 2024 year – is about $108,5 Million.



Simon Harris information Birth date: November 29, 1960 Birth place: London, England, UK Profession:Editorial Department, Sound Department, Editor

Height, Weight

:How tall is Simon Harris – 1,88m.
How much weight is Simon Harris – 54kg


Simon Harris Net Worth
Simon Harris Net Worth
Simon Harris Net Worth
Simon Harris Net Worth


Summer vacation, 1978 and he was half way through studying for his A levels at the Royal Grammar School, High Wycombe, England when he took his first steps within the film industry. Johnny Jympson (Editor) and Eunice Mountjoy (First Assistant Editor) found him a small job at Pinewood Studios assisting the Producer Michael Currer-Briggs who was …
Biography,Originally from London, (UK), Harris is a British producer of sample-based breakbeat and house music. As a remixer, music label owner and producer, Harris has worked with Simon Cowell (American Idol), James Brown, Prince, Joyce Sims, Norman Cook (Fatboy Slim), Paul Oakenfold, Tony! Toni! Tone!, War, Arthur Baker, Boyz II Men, Heatwave as well as (Steve Silk Hurley, Prince, Bass).Originally a DJ, Harris started selling professional audio equipment in Londons Tottenham Court Road, then became a club promoter. In 1983 Harris was invited to become one of the original remixers for Tony Princes DMC (now the worlds largest DJ association). Harris then joined forces with the late BBC Radio 1 DJ Froggy (1949–2008) and produced remixes for major labels including Polydor (James Brown, Roy Ayers), Chrysalis (Doug E. Fresh), A&M (Jeffrey Osborne), EMI, BMG, Columbia, Island, London and eventually PRT for The Real Things You to Me Are Everything remix (UK number three pop hit). In 1986 Harris and Froggy started their own independent label Music of Life. The label was initially distributed by Morgan Khans Streetwave group and the first releases were from Cerrone (Supernature) and Michael Jacksons sister La Toya.Within a short time Froggy left to pursue other projects and Music of Life became one of the UKs first rap/hip-hop labels, initially licensing US products, and then with Harris producing many British rap artists including Derek B (the labels A&R executive), followed by Daddy Freddy, MC Duke, Tenor Fly, Hijack, Demon Boyz (Million Dan), and Einstein who later rapped on Supermarioland for Harriss Ambassadors of Funk project. Sister label Living Beat, releases include Samantha Fox (A Song for Europe), Rolf Harris (BBC TV), Dina Carroll, Jocelyn Brown and Joyce Sims. Also, via Germanys Edel Group, Simon remixed The Most Beautiful Girl in the World by Prince.Harris has produced many breakbeat albums designed for DJs and producers, including Beats. Breaks and Scratches in 12 volumes. Other artists who produced similar albums for Music of Life include Paul Oakenfold, George Clinton and Norman Cook (Fatboy Slim).Harris continued to remix and produce many artists. Simon Cowell commissioned him to remix Sinittas Window Shopping for his Fanfare label, and shortly thereafter Pete Tong (BBC Radio 1) signed Harris as an artist to his Polygram FFRR label. The first release was a rap version of Michael Jacksons Bad (Bad on the Mike). This was followed by Bass (How Low Can You Go?) which achieved US Billboard Dance Number One status. FFRR released Harriss Bass album next followed by more singles including Marshall Jeffersons (Ive Got Your) Pleasure Control (with Lonnie Gordon) and Here Comes That Sound.SummaryProducer/Performer of Billboard Number 1 hit Bass (How Low Can You Go?).Producer of a 1992 Supermarioland dance music release and other Nintendo related releases with the involvement of Marios creator Shigeru Miyamoto.Founder of British Hip Hop label Music of Life with hundreds of productions involving new British, US and Jamaican rap and reggae artists, released in over 70 countries. Music of Life was founded in 1986 with vinyl single and album releases followed by CD releases.Remixer for many artists and music companies and commissioned by Simon Cowell (American Idol) for Sinitta remix, projects with Norman Cook (Fatboy Slim), Arthur Baker, War, James Brown, George Clinton, the first Elvis Presley dance mix (Bossa Nova Baby on RCA), Tony! Toni! Tone! and for Princes (The Most Beautiful Girl in the World).Produced fusion of reggae and hip hop with Asher D and Daddy Freddy, Ragamuffin Hip Hop in 1987 with the initial release on US label Profile (Run DMC) followed by Chrysalis.Recipient of gold and silver discs[which?] awarded by the British Phonographic Institute in recognition of high sales volumes.Guest speaker and judge at dance music seminars and conventions including DMC world DJ championships.Producer of Beats Breaks and Scratches series of albums – breakbeat and sample album series.DJ/demonstrator of JBL speaker systems at Londons APRS (association of professional recording studios).Member of British industry organisations BPI, PRS, MCPS, PPL, VPL and AIM.Work featured by the BBC and other British broadcasters. Samples and segments from Harriss work appears on many releases including Yeah Yeah vocal sample on Get Ready for This by 2 Unlimited and Take me to the Hospital featured on The Prodigy album Invaders Must Die (EMI).


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