Dillon Francis debuts long awaited album ‘Wut Wut’
After a long-awaited spell, Dillon Francis has finally debuted his Latin-infused album ‘WUT WUT.’ With Latin music skyrocketing amongst the global charts with hit acts such as J Balvin, Ozuna, Bad Bunny, leading the charge, so too has its influence amongst producers. It’s no surprise dance music’s heavy hitters like DJ Snake, David Guetta, Marshmello, and more are hopping on the trend and helping spur on the cross-cultural movement. Now, Dillon Francis is the latest in the spur of producers who applied their stamp on the influential Latin genre.
The 11-track album ‘Wut Wut’ showcases a brilliant blend of pop and experimental electronic production. Not only is the albums attention drawing production quality one of its strong suits but the album also includes a slew of features from Lao Ra, De La Ghetto, Happy Colors, Ximena Sariñana, Young Ash and more. In fact, the only tune on the album that doesn’t include a vocal feature is Francis’ high energy production, ‘Get It Get It.‘ Unlike many of Dillon’s previous albums in the sense that it has a much more pronounced theme and direction, ‘Wut Wut‘ fits more into a Latin-pop genre than a dance album – which for Francis is a refreshingly pleasant realm.
The album’s overall ambiance is simply enjoyable, catchy and rhythmic. Whether you’re a natural Spanish speaker or not – the LA native’s album feels more like an extremely genuine injection of Latin culture. Rather than simply capitalizing on a trend, Dillon Francis has accomplished something extremely unique with ‘Wut Wut.’ Even more unique than the album was Francis’ release party, taking place in LA, the star was the focal point of one of the more legendary b2b sets including Diplo, The Chainsmokers, Party Favor, Valentino Khan, Wax Motif, What So Not, JSJTR, Louis The Child & Happy Colors. Yes, you’re reading that correctly.
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While his awesome album release party is now a part of the past his album is here and now, so take a listen to Dillon Francis’ ‘Wut Wut‘ for yourself below: