Dillon Francis' Moombahton EP and Skrillex Collab are Almost Finished

April 15, 2015 -

Milli Encarnacion

The face of moombahton, Dillon Francis, had booties shakin' at EDC Vegas last year when he opened his set with a then-unheard track, which featured Skrillex. He announced via Twitter yesterday that the four-track EP is in its finishing stages, just in time for festival season. And what's included on that EP? The fabled Skrillex collaboration.

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The mysterious track, which seems to represent his quintessential moombahton sound, can be heard in this short snippet that Dillon posted late last year.

Rumors abound that the EP will also include a collaboration with tropical house vet, Kygo. But we're just ready for 110 BPMs of summertime anthems, no matter whose name joins Dillon's on the tracklist.

And of course, Dillon will be making the festival rounds starting next month. You can catch Dilly, and hear the full new EP in all its live glory, at GO HARD Miami on May 16, CounterPoint on May 23, Mysteryland USA on May 24, and GO HARD Toronto on May 30.


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