Alan Walker

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Alan Olav Walker
Walker in 2016
Walker in 2016
Background information
Birth nameAlan Olav Walker
Also known asDJ Walkzz
Born (1997-08-24) 24 August 1997 (age 25)[1]
Northampton, England
OriginBergen, Norway
Years active2012–present
YouTube information
Years active2012–present
Subscribers43 million
(March 2023)

Alan Olav Walker (born 24 August 1997) is a British-Norwegian music producer and DJ primarily known for the critically acclaimed single "Faded" (2015), which was certified platinum in 14 countries. He has also made several songs including "Sing Me to Sleep", "Alone", "Darkside", and "On My Way", all of which attracted millions of views on YouTube.

In early 2017, Walker's channel emerged as the most subscribed YouTube channel registered in Norway, with 6 million subscribers. As of March 2023, his channel is still most subscribed in Norway, achieving 43 million subscribers on 11 March 2023. He also has the most views of any Norwegian creator, with approximately 12.1 billion views as of 21 January 2023.

Early life[edit]

Alan Olav Walker was born on 24 August 1997 in Northampton, England, to Anglo-Scottish British Philip Alan Walker, and his Norwegian wife Hilde Omdal Walker. As a result, by his international parental inheritance, he was granted dual citizenship from both the United Kingdom and Norway.[4][5][6]

He grew up with two siblings, an elder sister named Camilla, who was also born in England; and a younger brother named Andreas, who was born in Norway. At the age of two, he and his family moved to Bergen.[2][7] Walker later found interest in computers, a hobby which has driven him deeper to computing graphical design, and musical programming. He initially had no musical background, but was able to teach himself by watching YouTube tutorials based on musical production.[8][9]


2012–2016: Career beginnings and breakthrough[edit]

In 2012, Walker was listening to a song by Italian DJ David Whistle (also known as DJ Ness) and reached out to him to find out how he produced his music. He was inspired by EDM producers K-391 and Ahrix, and by film composers like Hans Zimmer and Steve Jablonsky.[10] He started producing his music on his laptop using FL Studio. In July 2012, with the help and feedback from his fans online, he began pursuing his music production career and slowly began posting his music to YouTube and SoundCloud. Starting as a bedroom producer, he was better known as DJ Walkzz before signing a record deal and releasing his debut single in 2014.

Walker released the track "Fade" on 17 August 2014.[11] The track gained attention after its re-release via the record label NoCopyrightSounds on 19 November 2014.[12] Walker stated that the creation of the track was inspired by K-391 and Ahrix, whose tracks were also picked up by the record label. The track has over 400 million views on YouTube,[13] 115 million plays on Spotify,[14] and 41 million streams on SoundCloud.[15] The tracks "Spectre" and "Force" followed in 2015.

Walker signed with MER Musikk under Sony Music Sweden and released his next single, "Faded", a remastered vocal version of "Fade". It was released on 8 December 2015 and featured uncredited Naustdal pop singer Iselin Solheim.[16] The single topped the year-end charts in Austria, Germany, Switzerland and Sweden, iTunes charts in 33 countries, as well as entering top 10 in Spotify Global Chart. The music video on YouTube has over 3.4 billion views and 26 million likes,[17] placing it among the top 10 most-liked YouTube videos. It has over 1.7 billion plays on Spotify,[18] and is also one of the Top 10 Most Shazamed tracks of 2016.[19] The single also received official remixes from Tiësto,[20] Dash Berlin, and Hardwell. He later released an acoustic "restrung" version of the song, with all the EDM elements taken out.[21]

Walker performing at the Stavernfestivalen in 2016.

Walker quit high school in January to pursue his music career.[22] On 27 February, Walker made his performance debut at the Winter X Games in Oslo, where he performed 15 tracks including the song "Faded" together with Iselin Solheim.[23][24] By March, Walker had produced 30 to 40 songs in total, but "Faded" marks his first single with Sony Music Sweden, and the first to achieve such global success.[19] On 7 April, Walker teamed up with Zara Larsson at the Echo Awards in Germany. Together they performed each other's songs "Faded" and "Never Forget You".[25] Four weeks previously, he achieved the first place on NRJ Euro Hot 30 for the first time, which only has been achieved by one other Norwegian artist, Kygo.[26]

The single "Sing Me to Sleep" was released on 3 June, featuring female vocalist Iselin Solheim, the same vocalist as in "Faded". The song topped iTunes charts in 7 countries. Its music video on YouTube has over 570 million views,[27] and it also reached 250 million plays on Spotify.[28] Another single titled "Alone" was also released on 2 December of that same year, incoperating uncredited Swedish singer Noonie Bao.[29] The music video on YouTube has over 1 billion views,[30] the track also gained over 390 million plays on Spotify.[31] The song was described as "the final piece of a trilogy consisting of 'Faded', 'Sing Me To Sleep' and 'Alone'" by Gunnar Greeve, Walker's manager and co-writer for the single.[32]

On 21 and 22 December, Walker held the concert "Alan Walker is Heading Home" in his hometown Bergen at USF Verftet, where he performed 16 songs and tracks together with Angelina Jordan, Marius Samuelsen, Alexandra Rotan, Yosef Wolde-Mariam, and Tove Styrke as singers.[33][34] The concert was officially live-streamed on YouTube.[35] He premiered several unreleased tracks, including a restrung version of "Sing Me to Sleep", as well as "Heading Home", the latter of which was first performed during his debut at Winter X Games. The song "The Spectre", a remastered version of his earlier track "Spectre", was also performed during the concert.

On 23 December, Walker released the video for the single "Routine", which premiered on his concert in Bergen two days earlier and on some concerts on the "Walker Tour". The track was made in collaboration with David Whistle. Its music video on YouTube has over 58 million views,[36] and 47 million plays on Spotify.[37]

2017–present: Different World, World of Walker and other projects[edit]

At the beginning of 2017, Walker's YouTube channel became the most subscribed channel registered in Norway, after passing about 4.5 million subscribers, and had the most views among Norwegian YouTubers at around 7.7 billion views as of 25 January 2020.[38][2] Between February and April, he toured around America including attending the Euphoria Festival in Texas.[39] In 2019, Alan's music video ''Diamond Heart'' received a nomination for Best Cinematography at the Berlin Music Video Awards.[40] His music video for ''Heading Home'' featuring Ruben appears on the festival's 2021 Silver Screenings selection list.[41]

On 26 November 2021, Alan Walker released his second studio album titled "World of Walker", which consists of 15 tracks, primarily made in electropop and EDM.[42] In 2022, he announced his new Walkerverse world tour, alongside his upcoming album of the same name that will be released in two parts. The first part was released on June 17, 2022, which consists of five tracks: a remix of "Adventure Time", originally written and produced by Philter, "Somebody Like U" with Au/Ra, "Blue" with Ina Wroldsen, and previously-released songs "The Drum" featuring uncredited vocals by Kristin Carpenter and "Hello World" with Torine.[43] The second part, "Walkerverse, Pt. 2" as of yet contains five songs: "Extremes" with Trevor Daniel, "Shut Up" with UPSAHL, "Catch me if you can" with Sorana, "Lovesick" with Sophie Simmons, and "Ritual".[44][45]

In late 2021, Walker's contract with NoCopyrightSounds expired, meaning that his releases on the label (namely Fade, Spectre and Force) were taken off of NoCopyrightSounds' catalogue and from streaming platforms.[46] The songs would then be redistributed in July of 2022, as part of his deal with Corite.[47]

In 2023, Walker signed with the Swedish website Corite, which allows fans to invest in a music project. Walker has already raised over $100,000 from fans for his next musical product. Walker already has two songs on the platform, the first called Origins and the second, a project with The Walkers, called Unity.[48][49]

Artistic image[edit]

Walker was originally known as "DJ Walkzz" or "Walkzz" when he started out. He ended up using his real name, Alan Walker, as his artist name after signing up with a record label. He designed his logo in 2013, a symbol consisting of intertwined letters "A" and "W" which are the initials of his name. He uses a hoodie and face mask when he performs on stage. When asked why he uses a mask during an interview with Norwegian public broadcaster NRK, he stated that "It is to keep a low profile while maintaining the mental image they have given me. I think it's pretty cool. A little twist that makes people ask themselves questions about who really is the person behind Alan Walker."[50] On an episode of his Unmasked series, he stated that "The mask is more of a sign and a symbol of unity and being alike each other, rather than me being different."[51][52]


Alan Walker has generally been well-received by critics. His music has been praised for its creative production, unique style, and melodic sound. Critics have also noted the strong emotional impact of his music. However, many have criticized Alan Walker's music for being too repetitive and lacking in lyrical content. Other critics have been divided on his use of vocal samples, with some praising it for adding an extra layer of emotion to his music while others have argued that it detracts from the overall appeal of the music. Additionally, Walker received criticism from a "walkthrough" video on the production of his song "Alone", via the YouTube channel Future Music Magazine. Due to his co-producer Mood Melodies's extensive involvement in the production of the song, the video was met with backlash from many of Walker's fans, who considered Mood Melodies as his "ghost-producer".[53]

Julie Bergan replacement[edit]

In 2022, Alan Walker created a song titled "Ritual" which had been played numerous times on his performances before release on November 2022, the same date as he released "Walkerverse. pt. II", an EP the song originally was part of. The song ended up being released as a single due to issues. Julie Bergan, a Norwegian singer-songwriter Walker collaborated with, before was allegedly part of the song's creation as she accompanied Walker as a singer for the song noticeably on performances. The song featuring her voice was frequently used in teasers for the second part of the Walkerverse album, but they were ultimately unused in the final song.

Upon release, many fans were critical of the new singer and deemed her vocals inferior to Bergan's. Bergan's manager Cecile Torp-Holte stated that there was no agreement between her and MER on using Bergan's vocals. According to Torp-Holte, six concerts were planned in the US where Bergan was to perform with Walker, including a performance of "Ritual" as part of a larger agreement. She also said that the song's original release date was October 28, and the negotiations on sharing rights collapsed shortly before.[54]




  • Walker Tour (2016–2018)
  • The World of Walker Tour (2018)
  • Different World Tour (2018–2019)[55]
  • Aviation Tour (2019)[56]
  • Walkerverse: The Tour (2022–2023)[57]
The World of Walker Tour (2018)
Date Country Nation Venue
Leg 1
February 21, 2018 Antwerp, Belgium TRIX
February 22, 2018 Hamburg, Germany Docks
February 23, 2018 Frankfurt, Germany Batschkapp
February 24, 2018 Berlin, Germany Huxleys
February 28, 2018 Zurich, Switzerland Halle 622
March 1, 2018 Strasbourg, France La laiterie
March 2, 2018 Munich, Germany Tonhalle
March 3, 2018 Milan, Italy Fabrique
March 7, 2018 London, United Kingdom Electric Brixton
March 9, 2018 Manchester, United Kingdom 02 Ritz Manchester
March 11, 2018 Paris, France Le Trianon
March 29, 2018 Tallinn, Estonia Kultuurikatel
March 30, 2018 St.Petersburg, Russia A2 Club
March 31, 2018 Moscow, Russia Stadium Live
Leg 2
June 1, 2018 Gothenburg, Sweden Summerburst
June 15, 2018 Stockholm, Sweden Summerburst
June 16, 2018 Landgraaf, Netherlands Pinkpop
June 22, 2018 Ljubliana, Slovenia Tusev Tek Barv
June 23, 2018 Lille, France North Summer Festival
June 24, 2018 Skopje, Macedonia Skopje Calling
June 28, 2018 Sopron, Hungary Volt Festival
June 30, 2018 Odense, Denmark Tinderbox
July 5, 2018 Constanta, Romania Neversea Festival
July 6, 2018 Sundsvall, Sweden Sensommar 2018
July 6, 2018 Turku, Finland Ruisrock
July 7, 2018 Ostrava, Czech Republic Beats For Love
July 8, 2018 Figueira da Foz, Portugal RFM SOMNII
July 13, 2018 Neustadt-Glewe, Germany Airbeat One Festival
July 14, 2018 Tysnes, Norway Tysnesfest
July 19, 2018 Tønsberg, Norway Slottsfjell
July 20, 2018 Boom, Gelgium Tomorrowland
July 23, 2018 Zrce Beach, Croatia Aquarius
July 26, 2018 Odesa, Ukraine Ibiza Beach Club
July 28, 2018 Vienna, Austria Electric Nation Festival
July 29, 2018 Ibiza, Spain Ushuaia w/KYGO
July 30, 2018 Lloret de Mar, Spain Disco Tropics
August 3, 2018 Chicago, United States Lollapalooza Chicago
August 4, 2018 Montreal, Canada Osheaga Festival
August 5, 2018 Toronto, Canada VELD
August 8, 2018 Lloret de Mar, Spain Disco Tropics
August 10, 2018 Malaga, Spain Dreambeach
August 11, 2018 Saalburg, Germany SonneMondsterne
August 13, 2018 Zrce Beach, Croatia Aquarius
August 14, 2018 Venice, Italy King's club
August 15, 2018 Mykonos, Greece Cavo Paradiso
August 16, 2018 Parnu, Estonia Weekend Festival
August 17, 2018 Aalesund, Norway Jugendfest
August 18, 2018 Bodø, Norway Parken Festivalen
August 24, 2018 Bergen, Sweden B-day Bash at Bastionen
August 25, 2018 Reading, United Kingdom Reading Festival
August 26, 2018
September 1 New York, United States Electric Zoo
Different World Tour (Europe 2018)
Date Country Nation Venue
November 23, 2018 Stockholm, Sweden Nobelberget
November 24, 2018 Gothenburg, Sweden Pustervik
November 30, 2018 Berlin, Germany Columbiahalle
December 1, 2018 Poznan, Poland Hala NR 2 MTP
December 3, 2018 Munich, Germany Zenith
December 4, 2018 Paris, France Olympia
December 6, 2018 Amsterdam, Netherlands Paradiso
December 7, 2018 Luxembourg City, Luxembourg Rockhal
December 8, 2018 Cologne, Germany Paladium
December 13, 2018 London, United Kingdom The Roundhouse
December 14, 2018 Manchester, United Kingdom Albert Hall
December 15, 2018 Belfast, United Kingdom Limelight 1
Different World Tour (North America 2019)
Date Country Nation Venue
February 2, 2019 Seattle, Washington State Showbox SoDo
February 3, 2019 Vancouver, British Columbia Commodore Ballroom
February 5, 2019 Portland, Oregon Roseland Theatre
February 6, 2019 Eugene, Oregon McDonald Theatre
February 7, 2019 Oakland, Washington State Fox Theatre
February 8, 2019
February 9, 2019 Los Angeles, California Belasco Theatre
February 10, 2019 Pomona, California Fox Theatre
February 12, 2019 Tucson, Arizona Rialto
February 14, 2019 Houston, Texas Stereo Love
February 15, 2019 Austin, Texas Emo's
February 16, 2019 Dallas, Texas Crush: Southside Ballroom (Festival)
February 17, 2019 New Orleans, Louisiana Metropolitan
February 18, 2019 Atlanta, Georgia Buckhead Theatre
February 19, 2019 Raleigh, North Carolina The Ritz
February 20, 2019 Charlotte, North Carolina The Fillmore
February 21, 2019 Philadelphia, Pennsylvania Theatre Of Living Arts
February 22, 2019 Brooklyn, New York Great Hall At Avant Gardner
Aviation Tour (2019)
Date Country Nation Venue
October 27, 2019 Chengdu, China Huaxi LIVE·528 M Space
October 29, 2019 Shanghai, China Mercedes-Benz Arena
November 2, 2019 Foshan, China GBA International Sports & Cultural Center
November 9, 2019 Oslo, Norweigen Spektrum Arena
December 6, 2019 Bengaluru, India Ozone Urbana
December 7, 2019 Mumbai, India Mahalaxmi Racecourse
December 8, 2019 Delhi, India Backyard Sports Club
Walkerverse: The Tour (2022-2023)
Date Country Nation Venue
September 28, 2022 Manchester, United Kingdom MANCHESTER ACADEMY
September 28, 2022 London, United Kingdom O2 ACADEMY BRIXTON
October 1, 2022 Merksem, Belgium LOTTO ARENA
October 6, 2022 Hamburg, Germany SPORTHALLE HAMBURG
October 7, 2022 Düsseldorf, Germany MITSUBISHI ELECTRIC HALLE
October 8, 2022 Krakow, Poland TAURON ARENA
October 12, 2022 Vienna, Austria ST MARX HALLEN
October 14, 2022 Zürich, Switzerland HALLE 622
October 15, 2022 Milan, Italy FABRIQUE
October 19, 2022 Amsterdam, The Netherlands AFAS LIVE
October 20, 2022 Paris, France ZENITH
October 21, 2022 Esch-sur-Alzette, Luxembourg ROCKHAL
October 22, 2022 Frankfurt, Germany JAHRHUNDERHALLE
November 3, 2022 Dallas, Texas SOUTH SIDE BALLROOM
November 4, 2022 Austin, Texas CONCOURSE
November 5, 2022 Houston, Texas BAYOU MUSIC CENTER
November 8, 2022 Atlanta, Gergia BUCKHEAD THEATER
November 9, 2022 Washington, D.C. ECHOSTAGE
November 11, 2022 Brooklyn, New York GREAT HALL
November 15, 2022 Boston, Massachusetts HOUSE OF BLUES
November 16, 2022 Montreal, Canada MTELUS
November 17, 2022 Montreal, Canada MTELUS
November 18, 2022 Toronto, Canada REBEL
November 19, 2022 Chicago, USA RADIUS
November 25, 2022 Vancouver, BC, Canada HARBOUR EVENT & CONVENTION CENTRE
November 26, 2022 Portland, Oregon ROSELAND THEATER
November 29, 2022 Denver, Colorado MISSION BALLROOM
December 2, 2022 Los Angeles, California HOLLYWOOD PALLADIUM
December 3, 2022 San Francisco, California BILL GRAHAM CIVIC AUDITORIUM
January 6, 2023 Hong Kong ASIA-WORLD EXPO



Walker was nominated for a wide variety of accolades. He won most of them including Årets Musikk Music of the Year from Gullsnutten; Best Norwegian Act at MTV Europe Music Awards, European Border Breakers Award and Public Choice Award from EBBA Awards '17; Best New Talent at WDM Radio Awards and Swiss Music Awards; Eksportprisen '16, The Export Prize '16 at Spellemannprisen and Music Norway; Best Norwegian Act from MTV Europe Music Awards; Best Breakthrough Artist as awarded by International Dance Music Awards; Best Norwegian Act by MTV Europe Music Awards; as well as Årets Spellemann Spellemann of the Year from Spellemannprisen '18. His song, "Faded" was awarded The Cannes Lions Award at Cannes Lions International Festival of Creativity, Best International Hit from Eska Music Awards, and Spellemannprisen '16's Årets Låt Song of the Year, and the Best Western Artist of the Year. At the NRJ Music Awards Norge, the song "Sing Me to Sleep" won the Årets Norske Låt Norwegian Song of the Year.[61]


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