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Sometimes I get to write headlines that make my own head spin. This is one of those times. In the most unlikely of scenarios, which proves that we live in a broken simulation, Dillon Francis is teaming up with T-Pain for a new single that will be featured in The Lego Movie 2. T-Pain made
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Dillon Francis has rapidly expanded his production portfolio in his move to being an independent artist and dabbling in Latin music that ultimately led to a Latin Grammy nomination. T-Pain has actively expressed his desire to collaborate with more EDM producers on his social media channels. The two have come together synchronously in the name of Lego, creating a track for the upcoming movie sequel due on February 8.
Aptly titled “Catchy Song,” the tune shows that the meta humor from the first LEGO Movie will still be highly present in the next edition. The A-list collaborators certainly created something infectious, mixing together T-Pain’s signature auto tune with Daft Punk-inspired funk elements and hilarious lyrics that advise “This song is catchy” and that it’s “gonna get stuck inside your head.” That Girl Lay Lay provides her own rich verse, making one wonder how deep the lyrics are actually meant to be.
It’s definitely looping indefinitely inside our heads.
— The LEGO Movie 2 (@TheLEGOMovie) January 18, 2019
Just this week, Electric Forest finally released their full lineup. The festival also explained its decision to scale down to take place over only one weekend in 2019. The lineup was the perfect example of what Forest has become synonymous with – quality electronic music, some of the best jam and funk in the world,
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T-Pain is creating a new album and wants to modernize his sound, so the auto-tuned voice of a generation took to Twitter to find himself a future bass producer. The hip-hop artist recently released a compilation mixtape, Everything Must GoVol. 2.
Man. I need some future bass on this new album. Who do I need to holler at?
— T-Pain (@TPAIN) November 13, 2018
This, of course, caused a stir of responses from big hitters who’ve dabbled in future bass production such as Whethan, TroyBoi, Giraffage, and more. ETC!ETC! offered to produce a moombahton track on his behalf, and San Holo looked inward for spiritual guidance.
Let me Buy U a drank and we can talk about it
— Whethan (@whethanmusic) November 14, 2018
what is life https://t.co/DhorCNX3lE
— San Holo [album1 out now] (@sanholobeats) November 13, 2018
Teddy Pain later clarified, giving an example of Louis The Child to which the duo from Chicago expressed interested in collaborating.
Louis The Child – It’s Strange feat. K.Flay https://t.co/BbxUc2iqrz via @YouTube I want some shit like this drop. That shit that’s right behind the pocket, synth is side chained to hell, drums punching you in the goddamn chest, but with church chords.
— T-Pain (@TPAIN) November 14, 2018
Let’s do this shit
— T-Pain (@TPAIN) November 14, 2018
DJ Nitti Gritti seemed to have secured a positive response from the hip-hop legend as well. Now, the electronic community simply has to sit and wait for this dream crossover to reach our speakers.
WE DID IT https://t.co/oQ6mpot6Pw
— Nitti Gritti (@DJNittiGritti) November 14, 2018
Photo Credit: Chandler Easley
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