Dillon Francis hasn’t had the best time releasing his new album WUT WUT, produced with 95% artists from Latin international locations and sporting a predominantly Spanish aptitude. It’s alienated a big portion his unique fanbase that he cultivated with songs like “Bruk Bruk,” “Masta Blasta,” and “Get Low.” But in trade, he’s been nominated for 2 awards on the Latin Grammys and gained publicity with an extremely huge new fanbase. Despite the challenges offered by WUT WUT, Dillon Francis is stronger than ever.
Fans may have already heard a quantity singles from the album, together with the addictive “Sexo” and “Look At That Butt.” The 11-track remix is completely in Spanish apart from the opening observe “White Boi” with Lao Ra, which serves as a thematic introduction to the rest the album.
The relaxation the album continues in a language majority Dillon’s largest fanbase gained’t perceive, which isn’t essentially Dillon’s fault, per se, however it little doubt poses a problem to his listeners’ means to interact with the fabric. I say this as an enormous fan KPop and JRock again within the day (thanks, anime), however then once more, I by no means listened to these bands’ English songs for years beforehand just for them to all of the sudden begin singing in one other language.
All that being stated, Dillon’s trademark manufacturing is noticeably on each tune. And although that is an album completely collaborations, it nonetheless belongs to Dillon on the finish the day, so we’d count on nothing much less.
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