Dillon Francis

Dillon Francis Drops Epic "Say Less" Video Ft. G-Eazy

Dillon Francis G Eazy

It’s been a busy year so far for Dillon Francis. The artist has dabbled in a little bit of everything during 2017, including performing at Coachella, making an appearance on Bro Safari’s newest EP, sharing his hilarious ‘One Deeper Talks’ series and, most notably, teaming up with G-Eazy for their high energy single “Say Less.”

The official “Say Less” music video dropped today, and it’s everything we could have expected from the two artists and more. The video features a vibrant cast of characters rapping G-Eazy’s vocals, partying and an unexpected ending that makes for a whole lot of Dillon Francis smashing bottles over people’s heads. Perhaps the best part is the absolutely hysterical dialogue between Dillon Francis and Luke Hemsworth after the song ends. Altogether, the video is a perfect match for the track. Check it out below and enjoy!

Dillon Francis - Say Less (feat. G-Eazy)

Lunice Drops Remix Of Dillon Francis' "Say Less" Ft. G-Eazy & Cryptic Video Teasing Potential New TNGHT Project

Lunice TNGHT

It seems like Lunice is constantly teasing us with new music. He's just dropped new remix of Dillon Francis’ “Say Less" and made some cryptic announcements. The Montreal-based producer stopped in at Red Bull Music Academy a few days ago to reveal that he’s currently working on new TNGHT music with Hudson Mohawke. Today, only increasing the hype, he’s shared a cryptic video simply titled “A special announcement…”.

While the video comes with little context, it seems that there are only two possibilities of what it may mean: either Lunice is releasing new music himself or TNGHT has something on the way. Throughout the Steve Jobs keynote-inspired video, Lunice talks about the five senses, the meaning of “passion” and a “ multi-sensory experience” he calls 360 (also referred to in roman numerals - CCCLX). We’ve seen his 360 logo before on the artwork for his most recent single, “Mazerati” and following the video, new artwork for 360 has popped up with a dead-end link on Lucky Me’s website. A TNGHT logo even pops up when he says the word tonight....

Infomercial-style subtitles continuously show up at the bottom of the screen, one of which, 1-808-CCCLX-LM045LP, caught our eye at the 50-second mark. Obviously the number 808 is a reference to the Roland drum machine/frequently used bass drum and CCCLX is another reference to 360, but LM045LP eludes us. It seems to be the catalog number for Sevendeaths’ ‎most recent release, Remote Sympathy on Lucky Me, but could possibly hold another meaning.

Watch Lunice’s cryptic special announcement video below and hear his new remix of Dillon Francis below. Enjoy!

Dillon Francis - Say Less (Lunice Remix)

"A special announcement" Video

[PREMIERE] Bro Safari Drops Diverse 7-Track EP ‘Collisions’ Featuring Dillon Francis, UFO! & More

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Bro Safari is undoubtedly one of electronic music’s biggest bass producers. From huge collaborations with Boombox Cartel and Dion Timmer, to classic, almost viral singles like “The Drop” and “Scumbag”, the Atlanta-based artist has spent his career delivering speaker-shaking tracks across the entire bass-music spectrum. Now, having been quite some time since he last released a full project, we have the pleasure premiering Bro Safari’s brand new EP, Collisions.

With this latest offering comes a variation in Bro Safari’s sound that couldn’t be more apparent. From highly-detailed trap and dubstep to chilled-out hip-hop, this 7-track EP is packed full of diverse production. Although included on the EP are the previously released singles “Follow” and “Reality”, Bro Safari’s has linked back up with UFO! (who he released full album with in 2013) and Dillon Francis (who he collaborated with on This Mixtape Is Fire) for some fresh, bass-heavy bangers. Also featured on the EP are Portland-based rapper Dodgr and Swedish producer Salvatore Ganacci, who both bring something different to the project, adding to Bro Safari’s complex, signature sound.

Stream Bro Safari’s Collisions EP below and catch him at Trapfest, EDC Las Vegas and more over the summer (tour dates below). Enjoy!

Bro Safari - Collisions | Purchase

Tour Dates:

6.10 - Trapfest - Salt Lake City 

6.16 - EDC - Las Vegas 

6.25 - Escapade Music Festival - Ottawa  

7.15 - The Greatest Day Ever! - New York

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