Dillon Francis

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Dillon Francis

Dillon Francis

 

Origin:

Dillon Hart Francis better known as Dillon Francis on the show is a worldwide known American music producer and DJ. The man is also recognized from another name DJ Hanzel. He was born on October 5, 1987 in Los Angeles, California of United States.

He worked under various labels as Columbia Records, Dim Mak, Fly Eye, Fool’s Gold, Mad Decent and OWSLA.

Francis first rose to distinction in the wake of picking up the consideration of American maker Diplo and inevitably teaming up on the track “Que Que“. His tune “Masta Blasta“, initially a 130 BPM house track, was altered after enthusiasm from Dutch artist Munchi and ultimately ended up as the moombahton track that brought him to the stage of fame.

 

Achievements:

In February 2012, Francis became the first moombahton artist to attain the number-one spot atop the Beatport releases chart with the release of his extended play Something, Something, Awesome.

In October 2013 he was reported as number 73 in the DJ Mag Top 100 poll.

Francis was characterized by MTV as an “artist to watch” dated September 9, 2013. The rising artist is on his way to becoming one of the most renowned faces in the EDM panorama of music. In the past year, Francis carried out his performances at various popular music festivals such as, Electric Daisy Carnival, Coachella, Camp Bisco, TomorrowWorld, Ultra Festival & Electric Zoo.

 

Dillon Francis

 

Success Tale:

The local of Los Angeles Dillon Francis, 24, scaffolds American dubstep’s aggro rumblings and Moombahton’s brilliant tribalism. Also in spite of relentless visiting with EDM titans like Nero and Skrillex, he keeps on racking up remixes and joint efforts (A-Trak, Doctor P, Diplo). The child of an entrepreneurial botanist and Yugoslavian foreigner, Francis properties his Puritan hard working attitude to a strict adolescence. “I had to watch two hours of Sesame Street and study Hooked on Phonics consistently,” he says. “I didn’t even know any curse words until I was 15.”

Francis had no interest in electronic music until he heard the Bloody Beetroots in 2008. From there he had started to have a thought that he wants to be an big music producer and wrote the story of success finally.

In 2010, Francis released his Swashbuckler EP on Play Me Records.

In late 2012, he left on his Wet & Reckless visit crosswise over North America, and also supporting the English electronic-music trio Nero on their Welcome visit and English musical performer Flux Pavilion on his Standing on a Hill visitImage By: www.worldredeye.com

Francis is likewise one a large portion of the satire creation duo Meowski666 flanking Kill The Noise. His single “Get Low” with DJ Snake which was released on 11 February 2014.

On March 22, 2014 Francis advertised by means of his authority Twitter account that his introduction collection, entitled “Cash Sucks, Friends Rule” that will be released on October 28, 2014 on Mad Decent and Columbia Records.

As quizzed by DJ Mag on the future of moombahton and moombahcore Dillon said: “If I knew it… I would do it. I’m just going to keep making music and hopefully that becomes the future of it”.

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