Dillon Francis is all business. One of the most charismatic figures in electronic music right now, the LA-based DJ plays an energetic, rigorous set that seems to traverse reggaeton, hip-hop, pop, and house with a seamless, cohesive guiding hand. 

He made a name for himself as the king of moombahton and moombahcore on Mad Decent’s roster, but with a vast archive of influences and musical styles Francis attracts a massively diverse fan base that’s only growing by the minute. Pepsi caught up with him during the Mad Decent Block Party to rap about partying in NYC, peddling Atlanta clubs to let him play and his forthcoming album.

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