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Asa Taccone was born on 21 September, 1983 in Berkeley, California, United States, is an American musician.
|Age||37 years old|
|Born||21 September 1983|
|Birthplace||Berkeley, California, United States|
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Asa Taccone Net Worth
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|Net Worth in 2020||$1 Million – $5 Million|
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|Net Worth in 2019||Pending|
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|Source of Income||Musician|
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Initially, Taccone found it difficult to collaborate with others creatively, after years of writing alone. He kept “grinding”, producing and writing music for projects that included Digital Shorts on comedy show Saturday Night Live, as well as scores for his father’s theatrical productions, making enough money to support himself and his own music. He wrote music for Lady Gaga’s episode on The Simpsons, Kanye West’s episode on The Cleveland Show, as well as Charles Bradley and The Weeknd’s episodes on American Dad. Taccone was a co-writer and co-producer on the Portugal The Man hit Feel It Still. The song became number one, and garnered the band a 2018 Grammy Award for Best Pop Duo/Group Performance.
In April 2018, Universal Music Publishing Group signed Taccone to a global administration deal.
Taccone had long been a fan of hip/hop music, and was influenced by Bay-area rappers like Souls Of Mischief, E-40, and Mac Dre. He moved on to synths and started producing hip/hop music, however, he eventually grew weary of the “bullshit” of the hip-hop world. One day—while visiting an incarcerated friend—another inmate recognized Taccone, requesting that they work together after his release. The incident rattled Taccone, and he left the genre for good. His already budding interest in 1960s music increased, and he began making music that stemmed from that era.
Taccone’s older brother, Jorma, joined the writing staff of Saturday Night Live in 2005, and enlisted Asa in composing music for the show’s Digital Shorts performed by his comedy group The Lonely Island.
Asa Taccone was born on September 21, 1983, the second son to Suellen and Tony Taccone (a theater director) in Berkeley, California. His brother is Jorma Taccone, former writer for Saturday Night Live and one third of the comedy music trio The Lonely Island. He is of mixed Italian and Puerto Rican ancestry. His interest in music began playing trumpet in his elementary school choir during religious holidays; the choir director included a bongo section where he and other children could sing and play the drums. During high school, he became interested in jazz, continuing to play trumpet in the band. Taccone was eventually kicked out of his high school, and sent to a boot camp that he could only leave on the weekends. While there, he began to frequent a local Dunkin Donuts. There, he met an elderly woman who remarked that he was “an electric guest of the universe.”