True to his New York roots, Buffalo bred DJ Big Will’s larger than life personality is backed up by his skills as a producer-dj and entertainer. His ability to rock any demographic from deejaying for Burning Man to Howard University’s Yardfest validates his position as a must watch upcoming National Attraction. On stage he has supported some of the industry’s biggest artists such as Snoop Dogg, Wiz Khalifa, Future, Gucci Mane, 2 Chainz, DJ Thomas Jack (Tropical House EDM), Thievery Corp, and many more.
Constantly surrounded by music, production, and DJ equipment growing up, Big Will started deejaying at 14 and booked his first party at 17, in which to his peers and own surprise, a star was born. “I remember my first activity that was considered play-time to me… it was dancing with my mother to my boom box.” DJ Big Will is the third generation of deejays from his family, with his mother and grandmother previously practicing the craft for a period of their lives.
DJ Big Will can spin for all crowds of all age, race, or creed, in any part of the world, with an unbelievable intensity. He is known for being able to touch each patron with a tailored set to various audiences, being able to play any genre of music while maintaining the attention of the crowd. Though his first loves are Electro Dance Music Trap and Hip Hop’s Sub Genre known as Trap, best suited for festival appearances, his flexibility extends to all genres of the Top 40, including R&B, Pop, Latin, Gospel, House, Dancehall, Soul, Country, Trance, and many more.
DJ Big Will, who is both “FBG DJ” under Multi-Platinum Artist “Future” and a returning deejay for the largest sub-culture festival in the United States, Burning Man, has performed all over the country and now is expanding his basis. He has performed at NFL’s Superbowl 51 Experience, NFLPA’s President’s Party, Burning Man 2015 & 2016, The Olympic Committee 2016, The Huffington Post, Fox News, BET, AT&T’s National Classic, Howard Homecoming 2009-2012, CNN’s 2008 Election Coverage at Howard University, ESPN’s College Network, and many more.