Dillon Francis‘ highly anticipated debut album, Money Sucks, Friends Rule is available to stream in full courtesy of MTV.com. You’ve probably heard parts of the album already, like his collab with DJ Snake on ‘Get Low,’ or the very recently dropped banger ‘Set Me Free’ with Martin Garrix. In fact, of the twelve tracks on album, nine of those are collaborations, along with Major Lazer, The Presets, TJR and more.
Did you know ESPN has a song of the month? I didn’t either, until today, and it turns out that “When We Were Young,” a collaboration with Sultan + Ned Shepard featuring The Chain Gang Of 1974 is ESPN’s song of the month for October. Check out the video below, which captures Dillon’s 3rd birthday celebration, and features all the collaborators eating cake and playing the song on children’s instruments, as well as a hot mom.
I work, live and play in Minneapolis.
I try to tell the story of the people that create music and experiences through pictures as well as through words.