Trendsetter is thrilled to be working with Platinum selling producer, DJ, and artist Dillon Francis again on the release of the highly anticipated official video for “Say Less” featuring G-Eazy. The comedic video, which was featured today on Billboard, features Francis as an undercover DEA agent raiding a drug-fueled, pill-popping underground club alongside Luke Hemsworth, disguised as G-Eazy.
Watch the video here
Trendsetter has worked with Dillon Francis in the past on songs like “Shut It Down” with Party Favor and “Anywhere” with Will Heard, which has over 23 million streams on Spotify. Dillon Francis has made his mark in the EDM world collaborating with other iconic names like Skrillex, DJ Snake, and Calvin Harris. Additionally, he is credited with leading the Moombahton genre movement—a genre fusing together House and Reggaeton. He has also headlined major music festivals such as Electric Daisy Carnival, TomorrowWorld, Coachella, Ultra, and Electric Zoo. His most recent EP, This Mixtape is Fire, managed to secure a top spot on the Billboard Dance/Electronic Chart. Dillon Francis has released several EP’s on Diplo’s Mad Decent label, Skrillex’s OWSLA, and Columbia Records; however, this will be the first release off his very own label, IDGAFOS. The label is named after is 2011 song IDGAFOS, which is not only the name of his clothing line but a tagline for everything Dillon Francis.
The idea for the collaboration with G-Eazy was nearly four years in the making after a fan suggested the two pair up on twitter in 2013. They finally announced studio time in a Twitter exchange back in November. G-Eazy says: “Dillon’s been the homie forever and we’ve always talked about collaborating, so this song was inevitable.”
Be sure to catch Dillon Francis on tour this summer. Tour dates can be found here.