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And the anticipation level for Dillon Francis' forthcoming debut album Money Sucks, Friends Rule is at an all-time high. Today he announced via Twitter that he's signed a deal with Columbia Records, making him label mates with the likes of Daft Punk and Steve Angello. While that doesn't sit well with some of his fans (who are apparently already calling the producer a "sell out"), he made sure to mention that the deal is a Columbia x Mad Decent thing. Should be a great look for all of the parties involved, and has us wondering what kind of pop appeal some of these tracks have. It's going to be a VERY interesting summer.