Debuting an EP that hits top 10 on Billboard, iTunes and Radio is very difficult task but Party Favor accomplished that with his hit EP ‘Party and Destroy’. Now Party Favor is back with a great remix to GTA’s “Lil Bit Of This”, which was featured on their album several months back. The remix hits right at home with some great 808 slaps, melodic pitch synths and a downtempo’d ending that would make anyone yell “Aye” about 30,000 times.
On the 8th day of Christmas, my true love gave to me… A new Party Favor music pack!
Party Favor has had one hell of a year, so it’s only right that he gives back to the people that helped get him where he is today – the fans! The new music pack features his highly anticipated “Thought It Was A Drought” remix, but also contains bap u VIP, Blessings (PARTY FAVOR Flip), Beans Greens Potatoes Tomatoes, See Her Out There (PARTY FAVOR Remix), and Booty Workin.
We’ve always known Dillon Francis to be the class clown of EDM, but Party Favor can keep up pretty well. In the new music video for their collaboration “Shut It Down,” from Party Favor’s EP Party And Destroy, Dillon and Party Favor play two hilariously hated coworkers in a clearly hostile work environment.
After misfortune befalls them at work, the two get to planning their revenge in an absolutely ridiculous fashion, bringing pain and terror to the office. Check it out below:
In addition to the video above, Party Favor also recently released the music video for “In My Head” with Georgia Ku from the same EP.
In August, Dillon Francis and Party Favor released “Shut It Down,” a raucous tune which equitably blends the buoyant moombahton and twerk stylistic traits of the respective producers. Yesterday, December 5, the pair released a music video for the track that is, for lack of a better word, cathartic. The video sees the two producers as coworkers in the fictitious, generically corporate office “Goetzman Group” — an entity which they liken to a “soul-draining succubus.”
By donning thick-framed glasses, pen protectors, and affecting awkward lisps, Francis and Party Favor seemingly channel Milton, Stephen Root’s nerdy, antisocial Office Space character. Like Milton, the producers’ characters are the office’s pariahs; for the music video’s first half, the gauche duo are systematically harassed and humiliated, before eventually being fired in an over-the-top corporate measure to purge the office of unattractive employees.
The video’s second half sees the unfortunate protagonists exact revenge on their coworkers by defiling various office fixtures and colleagues’ possessions. For example, TJR makes a cameo appearance as an employee who unwittingly drinks a cup of coffee from a pot in which Party Favor has…relieved himself. Though the video isn’t Ibsen, it’s a cheeky accompaniment to a revelrous song — and very in line with Francis’ bombastic sense of humor.
Destructo has been killing the game in 2016, especially with his new track “Catching Plays” with Wax Motif, featuring Pusha T & Starrah. The intensely groovy tune has had wide play in sets across the country and is regularly featured in Destructo’s own hype sets.
Now, the track has received a lit remix from the one and only Party Favor. While maybe not appropriate to listen to while you have family over for Thanksgiving dinner, it’s perfect for the night after when you’re out trying to burn off those calories. With three distinct drops and a never-ending intensity, you’re sure to hear this remix in sets well into next year.
Few trends prove to be as infectious, wide-spread, and dominating as the Mannequin Challenge has turned out to be. The challenge requires its participants to freeze in place while in a variety of positions while a camera swoops in and out capturing the arrested mayhem. The accompanying track is always Rae Sremmurd‘s “Black Beatles” and has popped up in the mundane, such as local high schools, to the extraordinary, with multiple professional sports teams taking their crack at the challenge.
Perhaps the most impressive iterations, however, have come from the world of electronic music. With massive crowds of willing participants, videographers on hand, and an easy way to connect with fans, the trend has truly taken off. Numerous artists from a wide variety of genres have taken their swing at the mannequin challenge, with the following standing (frozen) above the rest.
Unless you’ve been living under a rock, you’re probably familiar with the Mannequin Challenge. The latest viral challenge, participants are required to freeze in place to Rae Sremmurd’s “Black Beatles” while waiting for the drop. The latest internet trend has made its rounds everywhere and now, dance music rising superstar Marshmello has done the biggest one yet.
With a run of three sold out LA shows this past weekend, Marshmello wrapped up his massive event with one of the largest Mannequin Challenge crowds to date. Mello joins others like Diplo, Party Favor and more who have all enlisted audiences to help them with the Mannequin Challenge. You can check the videos out below!
Holy shit, it’s been a long time since I’ve thought about “Scumbag” by Bro Safari. It’s an absolute classic in trap from all the way back in 2012, and it’s still played at a lot of shows year-round, albeit perhaps in different forms. Now DJs have another remix to throw into their mixes as Party Favor enters the fray.
The tempo is pumped up and given a distinct Party Favor flavor that we’ve come to know and love. After the recent release of his Party & Destroy EP, this is definitely one of the biggest remixes he’s come out with. Unfortunately, it’s rather short, but damned if it isn’t sweet.
Check it out below!
Also check out the new lyric video from Party Favor’s incredible collaboration with Georgia Ku, “In My Head.”