2018 is sure to be full of musical goodies, and Dillon Francis‘ new album is going to be one of them. The electronic music DJ, producer, and comedian took to social media to announce his anticipated album. He stated that he’s currently finishing the album, and it will be out next year. Unfortunately, he hasn’t provided any further details.
We can possibly expect to see the rumored “Spanish language EDM album,” an album that Francis had mentioned a few months back. This could also be a follow-up album to his debut 2015 Money Sucks, Friends Rule album. Unfortunately, we’re going to have to wait until next year to know for sure.
Francis has released a handful of tracks during 2017. Most recently, he’s collaborated with Flosstradamus on “Tern It Up.” He has also released “Hello There,” “Anywhere,” and “Say Less” (ft. G-Eazy).
Dillon Francis is an American DJ, record producer, and founder of the IDGAFOS label. He was born in Los Angeles, California. A few of his most notable releases have been released on labels such as Play Me Records, Columbia Records, Dim Mak Records, Fool’s Gold, Mad Decent, and OWSLA among others. He continues to play a role in the forward movement in a plethora of electronic genres, including moombahcore and moombahton, electro house, trap, and deep house.
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