DJ/music producer Dillon Francis first stepped onto the scene in 2010, taking over dancefloors across Los Angeles with his speaker-ripping electro music and his snarky yet endearing sense of humor. Francis rose to prominence with the release of several Moombahton hits before finally landing a deal with Diplo’s Mad Decent Label, dropping his debut single “I.D.G.A.F.O.S.” later that same year. 2011 saw the release of his collaboration “Que Que” with Diplo and Maluca, placing Francis on the map and becoming a massive Moombahton hit. In 2012, he switched gears and began exploring trap style music with the release of his single “Masta Blasta.” Francis is credited with popularizing the Moombahton genre. He has released two studio albums to date, including 2014’s Money Sucks, Friends Rule and 2018’s Wut Wut.