Dillon Francis Likes Big Fake Boobs, Has A Hurt Butt And A New Album

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By: Andy Bishop

Dillon Francis Likes Big Fake Boobs, Has A Hurt Butt And A New Album

Mad Decent’s King of Twerk Dillon Francis' new album is called Money Sucks, Friends Rule. He announced it in an interview with Miami’s Power 96  during Ultra Music Festival 2014. The album is slated for a July release at the moment but will definitely be out this summer, making it one of the most anticipated EDM albums of the year!

Three words Dillon Francis used “random, anthem-y and cool,” and if his recent sets at Ultra and Coachella are any indication of what’s to come, we’re in an album that has no boundaries. The album will include the hugely popular jump track “Get Low” with DJ Snake and Dillon Francis’ new single “Set Me Free” with Martin Garrix.

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Money Sucks, Friends Rule also includes what Francis is calling “one of the most random records ever,” featuring Brendon Urie of Panic at the Disco.But what collaborator is Dillon Francis most excited about? The man with a million words a minute, Twista!

But Francis says it best about Money Sucks, Friends Rule, “It’s some pop stuff, some Moombahton stuff, some 100-BPM hip-hop stuff. It’s everything.” If we have learned anything about Dillon Francis since the release of IDGAFOS, it is to expect the unexpected. Dillon Francis has been constructing a very eccentric image – whether its from his wild Instagram account, his “complicated” relationship with Taco Bell, or playing to crowds of twerking fans at festivals.

While we may not know much about the album at this moment, there is one thing we know: brace yourself for an album that is just as out there as Dillon Francis himself. The diversity of collaborators is a good indication of where Dillon Francis’ sound is headed with the release of Money Sucks, Friends Rule. Prepare to twerk all day and all night. Get low when the whistle go!

While you wait for Money Sucks, Friends Rule, enjoy Dillon Francis’ fresh spin on the Daft Punk classic, “Harder, Better, Faster, Stronger.”

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