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New Dillon Francis Music Video “Not Butter” Wins Internet

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Too often things have claimed to break the internet, or win at everything, or whatever ridiculous sensationalized term that can be used to get people to read an article.

Well, this is another one of those things.

Dillon Francis, the clown prince of Moombahton, has released a video for “Not Butter” that in addition to being amazing also satirizes the current state of EDM. “Not Butter” is a track off of Money Sucks, Friends Rule, which you should check out for no other reason than the fact that Dillon Francis put Twista and Brandon Urie from Panic! at The Disco on the same album.

Oh yeah, maybe don’t watch this at work. (NSFW)

So, that happened. Anyone familiar with the social media antics or prior videos of Dillon Francis probably wouldn’t be too shocked my this, but it doesn’t make the video any less enjoyable and is a nice complement to one of the only tracks off of Money Sucks, Friends Rule that didn’t feature another artist.

What’s actually going on in the video?

There’s a lot here to digest if you actually wanted to get into it. You could talk about how the video is showing the progression of  electronic dance music over the years.

But that’s boring.

You could talk about the implications that the over-exaggerated sex and romanticized drug use is actually a marketing ploy designed to trick people into believing that they are having more fun than the actually are.

But that’s lazy.

Honestly, there’s so much that you could talk about in this video. There’s so much to love about this music video. However, the best thing that you could say about this video is that it’s creator probably doesn’t care what you think about this video.

Check out Dillon Francis on Soundcloud, and Snapchat.

Or in real life, he’s pretty awesome.

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Watch Da Deacon’s New Video For Chance To Win $5000

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Meet Atlanta’s Da Deacon, a known producer for Hip-Hop heavyweights like Lil Wayne and Rick Ross. Adding recording artist to his resume, Da Deacon is ready to do his muthaf$ckin’ thing in the industry with his hot new video, properly-titled, “MuthaF$cka”.

Shot with fast cars, beautiful strippers, and a whole lot of cash, the song is a follow up to the catchy previous hit from the recording artist, “Call Me Michael Jackson”. Swimming in the money in the video, Da Deacon also gives viewers a chance to spend like the newcomer with a cash-prize challenge involved with watching the video.

Watch Above.

Along with the video release, Da Deacon is giving away $5,000 to a lucky fan on Valentine’s Day. All you have to do is do your Mutha F*****’ thing to his new song.

Watch Da Deacon Explain How You Can Win $5,000 Dollars on Valentine’s Day Below.

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Hear Shyland Flowers ‘Shyology’ [EP]

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Born in Washington D.C but Raised in Greenville, South Carolina it did not take very long for recording artist Shyland Flowers to find his calling in life. Shayland tells the based on a true story journey to the top in the new EP, entitled, ‘Shyology’.

Starting out as the neighborhood battle MC and slowing working into one of his city’s most revered wordsmiths. Shyland is best known for his impressive storytelling abilities because there is always a bigger picture within a bigger picture when it comes to a Shyland project. He’s honed his style to be completely his own, but it is easy when listening to rattle off a list of the many greats you can hear as his top-notch influences such As Jay-Z, Nas, Outkast, Bone Thugs N Harmony, Kanye West, And many more of the greats.

Setting up to his April album release, listen to the 6-track teaser below, courtesy of Spotify.

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Miami’s Steph Lecor Shares Hot New Song “Face”

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Steph Lecor returns with “Face”, a beat heavy single that kicks off in time for her appearance on Love and Hip Hop Miami.

Established prior to the show, as an artist on Poe Boy Records and We the Best Music, many are familiar with Steph’s music and her social outings in the hottest clubs within South Beach, Miami. As a native, Steph began in 2012 becoming 1/3 of the EDM/Pop trio Kulture Shock. This new song, takes us back to that trap heavy, Hip-Hop, EDM wave..

As part of We the Best Music, Steph released her first debut single “Saturday” charting on Billboard at #38. Steph was also the host of Complex’s show “Her Take.” This was a web series sponsored by Champs retail store.

Her debut album is slated to drop in a few months.

Listen.

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