Dillon Francis

Dillon Francis Trolls DJ Snake With Fake Website & Drops New Track “Look At That Butt”

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We were all taken by surprise yesterday (June 19) when a cryptic message and countdown appeared on djsnake.com. Having launched his new label Premiere Classe back in March and announced his new album was on the way only last month, this supposedly “special announcement” from the Parisian DJ had the potential to be something huge. And now that the countdown has finished...we’ve all been trolled yet again by Dillon Francis.

It seems that this latest prank from the LA-based artist was an elaborate ruse to promote the release of his brand new track “Look At That Butt” (ft. Jarina De Marco). As Francis explains it, while “Look At That Butt” comes as part of the streak of releases leading up to his forthcoming album, this latest website scheme has apparently been three years in the making after DJ Snake flashed Francis’ phone number to a crowd of thousands at Ultra Music Festival in 2015. Although some DJ Snake fans might feel let down by the fake announcement, we did get a new, heavy moombahton banger out of it that’s sure to creep its way onto mainstages everywhere. Check out “Look At That Butt” (ft. Jarina De Marco) as well as Dillon Francis’ explanation of how the prank came to fruition below and enjoy!

Dillon Francis - Look At That Butt (ft. Jarina De Marco)

Dillon Francis Shares New Heavy Moombahton Single “BaBaBa (Vete Pa Ya)” Ft. Young Ash

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If there’s one thing we’ve learned about Dillon Francis recently, it’s that he doesn’t make empty promises. Having teased his forthcoming album back in December, assuring fans that 2018 would be wild, considering he’s dropped three new singles and remix of J Balvin's "Machika" since January, the man has definitely delivered. Yet today, he’s only continued upon his streak with a brand new single “BaBaBa (Vete Pa'Ya)” Ft. Young Ash.

Following up the Latin-inspired production we’ve already been hearing on previous singles “Ven”, “We The Funk” and “Sexo”, this latest offering only continues upon Dillon’s impressive multicultural-mashup of genres. Featuring wonky plucked melodies, heavy, booming bass and skittering vocals from Bronx-hailing rapper Young Ash, we couldn’t have asked for a better moombahton banger to start our summer off right. Check out “BaBaBa (Vete Pa Ya)” below and enjoy!

Dillon Francis - BaBaBa (Vete Pa'Ya) Ft. Young Ash

Dillon Francis Delivers Latin-Inspired Moombahton Remix Of J Balvin's "Machika"

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Dillon Francis has already dropped three Latin-inspired hits in 2018 and he’s just getting started. Our favorite moombahton producer announced in January that he had spent the past year and a half working on an album in the Dominican Republic, Mexico City, Miami and New York and the result is a unique mix of Dillon Francis’s deep bass-filled production with an extremely danceable Latin flavor. The first release in this new direction was “Ven”, a wonky heater of a track that he quickly followed up the seductively smooth “We The Funk”.

Dillon’s “Machika” Remix is certified fuego. The track begins with a rapid-fire beat that collapses into a bottom-heavy production leaving lots of room for J Balvin’s hard-hitting lyricism. The drop is a Dillon Francis classic with a heavy syncopated beat accentuated with a cutting lead synth and the occasional laser-esque synth stab. “Machika” is Papiamento for “smash,” which is exactly what this track will do to the dancefloor.

When he’s not churning out bangers, Dillon Francis has also been working on a Comedy Central show and put out a hot collaboration with GTA, Wax Motif and Anna Lunoe. We’re quickly learning that there’s no such thing as too much Dillon Francis. Enjoy!

J Balvin - Machika (Dillon Francis Remix)

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