DJ Esco is the stage name of William Seay Moore, an Atlanta-based DJ, record producer, and record executive born on November 12, 1979. He was a DJ for Future, a rapper. With his radio smash ‘Too Much Sauce,’ he broke into the mainstream in 2016. In 2018, he released “Kolorblind,” his first full-length album, which debuted in the Top 20 in the U.S. Moore has worked with Yo Gotti, Rae Sremmurd, Jim Jones, Young Scooter, Gucci Mane, and Waka Flocka Flame. “No Sleep” and “Ball Like Me” are two of his most well-known mixtapes. Let’s celebrate him today.
William Seay Moore
DJ Esco, EscoMoeCity
November 12, 1986
DJ Esco is an Atlanta-based producer that creates trapped-out, Dirty South music in the style of Zaytoven, Mike WiLL Made-It, and Metro Boomin. His full name is William Moore, and he was born on November 12, 1979. After years of mixtape releases, he broke into the mainstream in 2016 with his radio smash ‘Too Much Sauce,’ which he co-wrote with Future and Lil Uzi Vert. In 2018, he released “Kolorblind,” his first full-length album, which debuted in the Top 20 in the U.S.
Moore rose to fame as a DJ for Future, a musician he met in 2008. He has collaborated with Yo Gotti, Rae Sremmurd, Jim Jones, Young Scooter, Plies, Gucci Mane, and Waka Flocka Flame, as well as serving as Future’s A&R representative.
Two of his most well-known mixtapes are “No Sleep” (2014) and “Ball Like Me” (2012), but the most well-known is “56 Nights,” which he released with Future in 2015. “56 Nights” was conceived during his nearly two-month incarceration in a Dubai prison for marijuana possession in late 2014 and early 2015. It also has 808 Mafia production.
Moore and Future collaborated on “Project E.T.,” which was released in 2016. The tracks ‘100it Racks’ (with Drake, 2 Chainz, and Future) and ‘Too Much Sauce’ (with Lil Uzi Vert and Future) both charted on the Billboard Hot 200 in late 2016 as part of “Project E.T.” When the album was released in spring 2018, Young Thug, Rich the Kid, Nas, A Boogie wit da Hoodie, O.T. Genasis, ScHoolboy Q, Ty Dolla $ign, and Future were among the guests who performed on each of the album’s 11 songs. In 2020, he released the album “56 Birdz” with rapper Doe Boy, which featured the song ‘Pop It.’
Moore releases a mixtape on July 14, 2011, titled “Freshly Baked.”
Moore’s “Freshly Baked 2” mixtape is released.
Moore’s mixtape “56 Nights” is released featuring rapper Future.
Moore collaborates with big names in the music industry, including Future on “Project E.T.”
Moore releases an album “Kolorblind,” which includes successful hits.
Why We Love DJ Esco
He is very talented
Moore is very talented when it comes to his craft. He has done some masterpieces that will never be forgotten.
He’s a very loyal partner
Moore is very loyal to Future. He is always ready to speak his mind and wants the best for him.
People’s opinions don't get to him
Moore does his craft with so much dexterity. He puts himself to his craft and teaches himself not to care about the opinions of others as it can hinder him from believing in himself. A great lesson!
5 Surprising Facts
He learned Arabic
When Moore was held in prison in Dubai, he learned Arabic from fellow inmates.
He conceived a song in prison
‘March Madness’ was on Moore’s mind when he was in prison.
He zones out always after dropping music
Moore believes his songs are for the people and not blogs, so he removes himself from social media after dropping songs.
He serves as A&R for Future
Moore works as a talent scout and artistic and commercial development for rapper Future.
He worked in a nightclub
Before he met Future, Moore worked in a nightclub.
DJ Esco FAQs
Does DJ Esco make beats?
Yes, he does make beats.
Was DJ Esco the only one that produced Purple Reign?
No, he co-produced it with Metro Boomin.
Is DJ Esco still with Future?
Yes, he still works with Future.
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