France defeated Croatia in the World Cup finals on Sunday by a score of 4-2, marking their 2nd ever world cup victory. Countless French DJs took to social media to share their support and excitement. Below are reactions from some of them.
DJ Hanzel, aka Dillion Francis, has brought popular DJ, Kaskade, back with a Director’s Cut episode of One Deeper Talks. This video contains a large amount of hilarious yet awkward moments. Truthfully, it’s so random that it makes the interview 10x funnier than it actually is. You can catch the almost 9-minute director’s cut video
2018 has seen Dillon Francis as a very busy man. Outside of music, he’s confirmed a new show on Comedy Central, Living The Dream, where he’ll be writing, acting and producing, as well as contributing new music. He successfully pulled off a stunt for his upcoming Verizon Go90 series Like and Subscribe by putting up a security-fronted, “influencers only” mural in LA. In the studio, he’s been unstoppable, from remixing Cardi B’s #1 hit, to his slew of sharp Latin-influenced dance singles from a long awaited moombah-inspired project starting with “Ven” earlier this year. Now the hotly anticipated album, WUT WUT, finally has a release date via his newly minted label IDGAFOS, on September 28.
Not stopping there, Francis has released a 1980’s Miami-themed video for the album’s next single, “Never Let You Go.” The Latin-pop track features De La Ghetto on vocals, roping in the all satirical charm we’ve come to expect from Francis for the new video. The “Hello There” producer continues to be the gift that keeps giving, debuting the new video along with a WUT WUT sample EP comprised of his previously released singles.
EDC Orlando will descend upon its historic host venue Tinker Field from November 9-10, and as in all past years of production, the Insomniac festival will bring a slew of stars to the Sunshine State. After last year’s record turnout, the events giant had to follow with a special billing, and suffice it to say they’ve delivered with their 2018 lineup.
At the end of June, Dillon Francis introduced the world to his latest venture: a series called Like & Subscribe. The show, which he’s been developing over the past year, comes out July 9 on go90 and will tell the satirical story of a group of influencers.
In preparation for the show’s debut, Francis took to comedy podcast “Yeah, But Still” with fellow cast members and hosts of the podcast Brandon Wardell and Jack Wagner to talk about everything from Fortnite to llamas to, well, Like & Subscribe.
Without giving away too much, the three talk about the concept of the series, along with what’s in store for the first episode. The trio begin discussing the show and its characters around the 25-minute mark. Listeners can find a preview segment from the series itself at 27:23.
A mural in Los Angeles that only allows verified influencers and people with more than 20,000 social media followers to pose in front of it has been a considerably hot topic and widespread reason for online outrage recently.
Located on Melrose Avenue in West Hollywood, the mural is flanked by security guards, covered with a white sheet to limit the access to the hallowed work, and most importantly accompanied by a sign that reads, among other things, “INFLUENCERS: PLEASE TAG US ON SOCIAL MEDIA. INSTA: @LIKEANDSUBSCRIBE.”
Enter Dillon Francis. The artist’s just taken a page out of the Diplo playbook and developed and produced his very own television series, using the influencer mural to generate hype. The modern moombahton maven recently took to Twitter to share the news of his own original series, announcing that the show would divulge on a topic “near and dear” to the artist’s heart — influencers.
Over the last year Ive been developing my own show called @likeandsub. Its about a topic very very dear to my heart…influencers. Its out July 9th…I am starring in it & also I executive produced it.. A lot of work went into this & i am so excited for you all to finally see it. pic.twitter.com/Y1DtzD6Ril
Dillon Francis took to Twitter earlier today to announce the official release date of his new original series titled ‘Like and Subscribe.’ The series, according to Francis, is set to focus on a “topic very very dear to my heart…influencers,” and has been a project that the producer has been working on over the past year.
While Dillon Francis has sampled a variety of production styles over his career, many remember him for his spastic and energetic moombahton tracks that put him on the map. Now, the Mad Decent protégé turned DJ superstar has released a continuous 15 minute Moombahton Mix as a tribute to the genre on which he built his name.
Dillon Francis reaches to his many past collaborators to fill out this mix, as tracks like “Bun Up The Dance” with Skrillex and “Need You” with NGHTMRE showcase the producer’s skill for making the bouncy and vibrant genre that is moombahton. The DJ and producer continues to show an interest in fusing the worlds of dancehall and electronic music, with tracks like “Never Let You Go,” featuring De La Ghetto, and “Ven,” featuring Arcangel and Quimico Ultra Mega, putting the spotlight on some of the world’s top reggaeton talent.
With a Spanish-language album on the way, Dillon Francis’ movement back into the realm of Caribbean rhythms may cement him as one of the most popular and relevant producers of the time.
Dillon Francis and his alter ego DJ Hanzel are one of EDM’s most beloved memes. His digital series aired on TBS’ digital streaming services, One Deeper Talks, brought on some of the world’s best artists to be ruthlessly roasted by DJ Hanzel himself. Now after the series has ended, Dillon has started to upload the
While chronic jokester, Dillon Francis, has had the EDM world’s ribs tickling as he claimed his prank-fueled vengeance against DJ Snake earlier this week, he’s turned right around and shown he hasn’t skipped a beat in the studio. A celebrated remixer, Francis is known for trying his hand at widely popular tracks like Passion Pit‘s “Carried Away” and Halsey‘s “Bad At Love.” This time around, he’s re-envisioned Cardi B‘s latest single, “I Like It,” with Bad Bunny and J Balvin, which, so far, has topped out at No. 3 on the Billboard Hot 100.
In this sweltering rendition, Francis gasses up the tempo, as well as Cardi’s forceful raps. The remix further accentuates the original’s titillating Latin fervor, and introduces a trap drop that is likely to spice up legions of festival sets this summer.
The remix comes ahead of Francis’ 2018-scheduled Spanish-language album release, from which so far, he’s released a number of tracks, including “Ven,” “We The Funk,” and “Sexo.”