Continuing his exploration into Latin music, platinum-selling DJ/producer Dillon Francis has released his latest hit.
Featuring Puerto Rican artist De La Ghetto, "Never Let You Go" is a bilingual summer jam that Francis quickly got to work on after meeting the urban music star and Spanish artist El Guincho at the 2016 Latin GRAMMY Awards. The song follows previously released singles "We The Funk" (ft. Fuego), "Sexo" (ft. Residente), "Look At That Butt" (ft. Jarina De Marco), and "Ven" (ft. Arcangel & Quimico Ultra Mega) as one of 11 tracks that will comprise his upcoming Spanish language studio album Wut Wut, which is due out in September.
"The whole thing started from the Westside EP in 2011. I had just discovered moombahton and began experimenting with Latin styles," Francis said. "For my second album, I wanted to create one cohesive vision, since I now have a better understanding about what that means. Latin music is very close to my heart, and I knew this would be fun. I was trying to go back to the super-duper roots of where I came from. I feel like I could've put this out right after the EP, but I'm glad I did it now because of everything I've learned and the people I've met."
Watch the colorful music video for "Never Let You Go," directed by Austin Peters, below.
Francis will perform at various music festivals this summer and will also resume his residency at the Wynn Las Vegas for the third year in a row.
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