You didn’t know this about EDM star Skrillex

DJ Skrillex

Early Life

Sonny John Moore, popularly known as Skrillex was born in the United States on January 15 1988, is an American DJ, record producer & also musician, singer, and songwriter. Skrillex height is 1.64m. He was brought up in Los Angeles and has recorded two studio albums with the band before starting a solo career in 2007. Skrillex age was 19 when he started his career.

After the release of the Gypsyhook EP in 2009, Moore scheduled to record his debut studio album with producer Noah Shain. Also, Skirllex songs Scary Monsters & Nice sprites, both of which have become a moderate commercial success. Skrillex received five Grammy awards for the best new artist and also won three “Best dance electronica album”, “Best dance recording”, and “best mix recording non-classical” for the performances. The BBC world recorded that he was nominated as the Sound of 2012. Skrillex was also named electronic dance music artist of the year.

Skrillex Songs has won eight Grammy awards, other than any electronic music artist. Skrillex has collaborated with Diplo and Boys Noize to form Jackie and dog, blood groups. Skrillex featured another solo artist, Poo bar. Skrillex net worth is a whopping $70 million.


  • From first to last: Skrillex’s genre from first to stay is an American post-hardcore band based in Los Angeles and Tampa, Florida. The band comprises the lead vocalist Moore, lead guitarist Matt Good, rhythm guitarist Travis Richter, and drummer Derek Bloom.
  • Dog blood: Songs by Skrillex ,dog blood and boyz noise was formed in 2012. Their debut consists of songs like “Next order” and “middle finger”, released in August 2012.
  • Jack U: In San Diego on September 15, 2013JackU’s debut performance took place at the mad decent block party, a nationwide tool Mad decent puts together to showcase different artists signed to the show’s label.

Skrillex’s tour

In February 2008, Press Magazine announced the second annual AP Tour, with an All-time Low, The rocket summer, The Matches, Forever the Sickest Kids, and also Sonny Moore. During the tour, Moore’s line-up consisted of Sean Friday on drums, Christopher Null on guitar, and Aaron Rothe on keyboards. On April 7, 2009, he released Gypsyshook, a digital EP which featured three songs and four remixes. Also, Japanese version of “Mora” is included. Skrillex had also performed on Bamboozle Left’s Saints and Sinners stage. Moore stated that the album bells would not be released.

That’s all about one of the most highest paid DJs in the world, Skrillex. Hope you liked this blog. Stay tuned for more such blogs at GrooveNexus!

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