Just yesterday Skrillex finally dropped his highly anticipated remix of GTA's "Red Lips" along with an insane movie like music video in signature Skrillex fashion.
Now just one day after its release, it appears none other than Dillon Francis is already working on a rebirth version of the song. Dillon’s Moombahton styled version takes "Red Lips" into his signature style of bouncy slow paced rhythms for a hard hitting while still danceable version of the song that may end up being bigger then the long awaited version from Skrill himself. Watch the preview below and keep your eyes peeled for more info on this exciting release. Enjoy!
GTA – Red Lips (feat. Sam Bruno) (Skrillex Remix) (Dillon Francis Rebirth)
Kill The Noise & Dillon Francis – Turkey On Wheels : Hilariously Awesome Collaboration [Free Download]Posted in Bangin by nick | Tags: Dillon Francis, Free Download, Kill the Noise, OWSLA
It’s a very special Thanksgiving gift from our friends Dillon Francis and Kill The Noise who’ve carved up and presented a holiday edit to their humorous collab “Dolphin on Wheels”.
“Turkey On Wheels” runs in same structure as its predecessor, but the two producers stuff added layers of electro synths and put an extra bass garnish over the production that propells the rework into newfound playability full of turkey calls, South Park samples and more.
Bless your family and friends this holiday season by jamming this playful rework at the function and grabbing a free download too. Happy Thanksgiving from TSIS! Enjoy
Kill The Noise & Dillon Francis – Turkey On Wheels | Free Download
New Dillon Francis music tends to never let us down, and today we have one of the most exciting things we've heard all year from him. He's surprised by uploading his official remix of Disclosure's "Omen" featuring Sam Smith. It's a melody driven sexy anthem of a remix. He adds layers of new energy and works his signature sounds throughout while keeping things more tame, in the same vein as his "Coming Over" track with Kygo. Hey says this is his favorite tracks he's made since then- which shows. This is what Dillon had to say about the track:
“heres my brand new remix of disclosure's song omen! This is my favorite song that i have produced since "coming over." I wanted it to have the same vibe as coming over and i deff think i nailed it with this one…so you can expect way more stuff like this from me in the coming future 😊”
Listen below and look out for an iTunes release later this week. Enjoy!
Disclosure – Omen (Dillon Francis Remix)
Dillon Francis is no stranger to the screen or the world of comedy, when he isn’t producing bangers about Dolphins and Butter, he is often poking fun at one thing or another with a camera close by. Well recently Dillon has shifted his acting focus from Donuts to Zombies appearing in the upcoming “zom-Com” film “A scouts Guide to the Zombie Apacolypse”. On top of appearing in the film Dillon has taken full advantage of his zombie make up with a campaign of hilarious social media posts, dubbing his zombie character appropriately as "Dead Dillon." Today we see his campaign come to a climax with his latest official music video for his Money Sucks, Friends Rule single "All That" Ft. Twista, The Rej3ctz, and now his new moniker Dead Dillon.
The Video Features a Dead Dillon joined by rappers Twista & The Rej3ctz as they find them selves on a quintessential music video set filled with beautiful women, lights, cameras, the works. While shooting the video "Dead Dillon" looses control of his inner zombie and bites one of the models on set, leading to a hilarious scene of zombie chaos perfect for a Halloweek music video. Watch for yourself below. Enjoy.
Dillon Francis – All That ft. Twista, The Rej3ctz (Music Video) | iTunes
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My story has changed quite a lot since moving to Boulder, Colorado and starting Thissongissick back in 2010. My name is Nick Guarino and this is Thissongissick.com. We've grown a lot since, but the original goal has always stayed the same: making it easier for you to discover sick new music that you've never heard before. In high school I would make mix cd's for my friends to show them all the new music I was discovering. Now, through TSIS, we work with musicians and record labels from all over the world to showcase a variety of the freshest electronic, hip-hop, indie, and alternative music to a global following that is comprised of millions of music lovers in over 110 countries - every single month. So, make yourself at home while enjoying countless amazing musicians from a variety of genres and let the sick sounds fill your ears! - Nick