Marshmello is one of the most well-known people in the music business, even though his face is always covered. He has made a name for himself in the music world. If you ask us, marshmallows go well with hot chocolate, but right now we're talking about a different marshmallow who wears a big helmet.
Marshmello's real name is Christopher Comstock. He works as a DJ and makes electronic music in the United States. He was born in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, in the United States, on May 19, 1992. When we talk about his style of music, we mean electronic dance music with a lot of synths and bass. Moe Shalizi is in charge of him.
Look at the Person's Face Behind the Mask
For a long time, people didn't know who Marshmello really was. But after a while, we figured out that Marshmello is actually Chris Comstock, ladies, and gentlemen. He is also known as “Dotcom.”
Skrillex deserves a lot of the credit for revealing his face because he posted a video on Marshmello's birthday, which was May 19, 2016, which was also Comstock's birthday.
Skrillex got a phone call in the middle of an interview with Katie Couric. Katie said, “It's Chris.” “Oh, Marshmello,” he said. So now it's easy to look at more pictures of Marshmello, whose real name is Christopher Comstock, on Instagram.
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Marshmello Has Already Played With Fans' Feelings
In 2016, “Marshmello” counted down for the crowd at EDC Las Vegas and took off his helmet to cheers. He wasn't the one, though. Tiesto, another DJ, had on the square-shaped face cover.
Marshmello shared the video of Tiesto on his own YouTube page with the title “Marshmello FINALLY reveals himself at EDC Las Vegas 2016.” This was another way for him to tease everyone.
In August of 2017, Marshmello tweeted, “So, I made a helmet.” “I don't take off my helmet because I don't need or want to be famous. I really want to make something good that people can relate to.”
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In a second post, he said, “The helmet turns me into Marshmello and turns you into Marshmello, too. We are all Marshmello.” So, if you want to see what Marshmello really looks like, maybe you should just look in a mirror. Hey, why not give it a shot?