Alexander Zane Reid Lowe (born 7 August 1973) is a radio DJ, live DJ, record producer, and television presenter from New Zealand.
After a career in music creation, production, and DJing in New Zealand, he relocated to the United Kingdom in 1997.
where he rose to prominence as a presenter on XFM and MTV Europe (MTV Two), before hosting a new global music show on BBC Radio 1 from 2003 to 2015.
He now hosts his own show on Apple Music 1, the company’s international radio station. Lowe has also established a DJ career, performing at various concerts and serving as a warm-up act for touring bands.
Lowe was born in Auckland and attended Auckland Grammar School before becoming a presenter on local music station Max TV.
Zane was a member of Urban Disturbance, a hip hop group from the early 1990s whose biggest hit was “No Flint No Flame,” as well as Breaks Co-Op, alongside Andy Lovegrove and Hamish Clark.
Lowe and Clark founded Breaks Co-Op in Auckland and released the electronic album Roofers in 1997 before departing for travel and other endeavors. Both would eventually advance their careers in the United Kingdom.
Zane Lowe Net Worth
Zane Lowe is a wealthy DJ who is also a popular DJ. According to Wikipedia, Forbes, and Business Insider, Zane Lowe’s net worth is around $5 million.