Steve Aoki Plans to Be Cryogenically Frozen

Steve Aoki in New York City
Larry Busacca/Getty Images for the 2016 Tribeca Film Festival 

Steve Aoki poses at the Tribeca Film Festival Getty Images Studio on April 15, 2016 in New York City.  

The one thing certain in life is death – unless you're Steve Aoki, and then that might simply be a temporary hiccup.

In a Rolling Stone interview, the electro god of cake and cooky antics revealed his plans to be posthumously cryogenically frozen. He's betting $220,000 technology can save him from that final good night, and in the meantime, he can stay chilly at the Alcor Life Extenstion Foundation headquarters in Arizona.

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The interview details how the death of his larger-than-life father, Benihana founder Rocky Aoki, effected him to make such an expensive and idealistic decision.

"He had tubes all in him, but he'd grip my hand tight,” Aoki tells Rolling Stone. “He was still there, fighting. His brain was not ready to die."

More light-hearted tidbits include Steve Aoki's admonition of a total tea obsession and a fun peak at the amusements hidden inside his multi-million dollar fun-house in Las Vegas. Read the full article via Rolling Stone.