Dillon Francis continues releasing singles from his upcoming Spanish-language. His new release is a collaboration with Jesse Baez, “Quiero Saber.” It’s a love song about Baez’ obsession for an unknown lover, for all the unanswered questions love might bring. The artist from Guatemala gives the song an emotional weight while Francis does his thing with soca rhythms, catchy ad libs, and emotive vocal chops.
This year, Francis’ released five Spanish singles and one official remix of J Balvin‘s “Machika.” This goes back to his 2011, Westside EP roots with singles “Masta Blasta” and “Que Que” with Diplo and Maluca. Even last year, he released an official remix of “Mi Gente” by J Balvin and a Spanish remix of his own single, “Say Less,” featuring Serko Fu.
Diving deeper, Fancis’ played with the soca rhythm on a lot of his English-language songs too. This next album will be his second studio album. He’s commented about looking for excitement in music again. It seems he’s going back to his moombahton roots.
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