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Following in the footsteps of David Guetta and Calvin Harris, EDM's new sensation, Dillon Francis, is as much populist as hedonist. On his debut full-length, he mixes neon pop anthems with surging EDM bangers. His collaboration with Martin Garrix, "Set Me Free," features the kind of drop that sends dancefloors into conniptions, while "When We Were Young" and "Love in the Middle of a Firefight" are crossover tracks aimed squarely at pop radio. Those looking for the moombathon sound Francis made his name with will find it on "I Can't Take It" and the raucous DJ Snake team-up "Get Low."

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Only know one song, and it's a 5 Star album

I've heard one song on this album. It's called Get Low. That song alone is worth 17 stars. Unfortunately, Apple has a 5 star max. Step up your game, iTunes.

Dear Dillon,

Great job on the album.
- Dad


Saw him play at the Skrillex concert. He got the people going! This man is awesome!


Born: October 5, 1987 in Los Angeles, CA

Genre: Dance

Years Active: '10s

Attacking the dancefloor with speaker-ripping electro and a snarky sense of humor, Los Angeles-based DJ and producer Dillon Francis kicked off his career with some Moombahton hits before he landed on the perfectly suited Mad Decent label. Francis debuted in 2010, going willingly "dumb" from the beginning with his collaboration with rapper Dirty Nasty and the duo's cover of "Sandwiches" by the Detroit Grand Pubahs. He released the solo Swashbuckler EP on the Play Me label before joining Diplo's Mad...
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Money Sucks, Friends Rule, Dillon Francis
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  • $9.99
  • Genres: Dance, Music, Electronic
  • Released: Oct 24, 2014

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