Read interview on TRACKRECORDS.MX — Originario de España, Novato es uno de los artistas jóvenes de la música urbana que está en una constante búsqueda de los sonidos del futuro. Inspirado en el dancehall y el afrobeat, el productor ha logrado introducir una nueva forma de componer trap y reggaetón.
Luego de editar tres álbumes (Space Level, Poco a Poco y Minimalist) bajo la disquera Chronic Ting , Novato se unió a Big House Recordings para darse a conocer a nivel mundial.
Este 7 de junio, en exclusiva para TrackRecord México, Novato presenta su más reciente sencillo, un cover a la exitosa canción de Camila Cabello, “Havana” y cuenta su experiencia como uno de los nuevos representantes de la música urbana.
New York-based Big House Companies (home to Big House Labs, Big House Publishing, Big House Recordings) gives an update on acquisitions, alliances and business deals.
Big House has penned a two album and one documentary deal with the still-current legendary producer duo, Sly & Robbie. A studio album is in the works with heavyweight featurings and co-production.
Big House Recordings and Big House Publishing, has inked a deal, terms undisclosed, with Bronx-based rapper Young Ash. Big House Recordings, an indie development label re-launched in 2016 and has been working with Young Ash since summer 2016. The A&R teams at Big House Publishing and Big House Recordings and her team have focused mainly on writing for her upcoming project, alongside talent such as Dillon Francis, Black Caviar, Shamtrax, Cody Bars, Corey Chorus, REO, Ben Alessi, Stavros, Jon Moodie, Direckt, Brandi Solomon and Abstrxkt among others. Her first release under Big House’s roof will be a hot drop to be announced day of release – a Spanish, electronic reggaeton record.
Big House Publishing has also inked a deal with Greek NY-based producer and songwriter Stavros Tsarouhas. The four year deal has had Stavros in the studio almost non-stop since fall 2017, working with roster mates on the publishing arm, as well as acts signed to sister-company Big House Recordings, Universal, Warner, RCA and Republic Records. Since September, Stavros has more than 20 potential song cuts, many advancing to release this summer.
Notably, Big House Recordings has signed another Greek artist, DJ Mossel, an electronic producer/DJ who is a rising festival and touring performer, and Ahsha, a NY/Russia-based artist who’s first featuring, “Fancy Things,” dropped in 2017.
Three other signings are in final negotiations, to be announced in the summer.
Alliances and Business Deals:
Initiated by Doug James, Sync-LA for Big House and ex-Head of Film/TV sync at EMI and Capitol, Big House Publishing (BHP) has signed a pre-cleared deal with NBC. This deal gives the indie publisher a continuous opportunity for their growing roster for placement in any and all of NBC’s programming, including subtitled, international programming with global visibility. NBC’s shows include hits such as 30 Rock, Chicago Fire, Chicago Med, The Good Place, Law and Order, Shades of Blue, This Is Us and Will & Grace.
Big House Recordings has signed a non-exclusive distribution deal with InGrooves, and a cross-property promotional deal with Univision for its newest publishing and label artist (to be announced in May, 2018 at the time of record-drop).
Finally and currently, Big House Publishing is in contract stage with a yet-unnamed international music company to bolster their offerings to their publishing roster and to handle the administrative portion of their catalog worldwide. Details will be announced by the administrating publisher soon.
BILLBOARD // Dillon Francis Sticks to Moombahton Roots With ‘BaBaBa (Vete Pa’Ya) feat. Young Ash’: Listen
The release will be part of Francis’ upcoming Spanish language studio LP.
Following “Ven” and “We The Funk,” Dillon Francis offers up “BaBaBa (Vete Pa’Ya),” the third single to be released from his upcoming Spanish language studio album. The LP, which has yet to receive an exact release date, will arrive later this year on Francis’ IDGAFOS label and explores his moombahton roots.
“BaBaBa” in particular was influenced by the producer’s 2011 collab “Que Que” with Diplo. “For my album I really wanted to make a song reminiscent of ‘Que Que’, but an elevated version of it that was fun yet tough sounding,” Francis says in a press release. “Young Ash’s flow on this is exactly that. It’s truly one of my favorite tracks from the project. Her voice is so strong and striking which makes for such an incredible gritty moombahton song.”
The record comes paired with a vertical, stop-motion music video directed by Joel Strong who is known for his cardboard cutouts of celebrities in real life settings. Watch the video for Francis’ latest release with Young Ash, out today (May 9) below.
Read on: https://www.billboard.com/articles/news/dance/8455235/dillon-francis-bababa-vete-paya-new-song
A week ago, Dillon Francis was asking fans which song he should drop next: “BaBaBa” or “Look At That Butt.” It turns out, “BaBaBa” featuring Young Ash was the winner here, as the song just dropped on Spotify with a full music video already available via YouTube.
The music video is filmed in stop motion, entirely in vertical orientation; it used a combination of paper cutouts and Young Ash and Dillon themselves, comically acting out various dance moves and silly motions. The song itself is pure, classic Dillon Francis moombahton, calling back to his styles years ago, before his debut album and tracks like “Need You.”
Dillon’s brand has become so solidified, and it’s something we love about him. We can always count on him to be fun and silly, and for his music to reflect that. Check out “BaBaBa” below!
Read on: https://www.youredm.com/2018/05/09/dillon-francis-bababa-music-video/
This morning Dillon dropped his latest single “BaBaBa” featuring Young Ash. The record turns back time to the contagious Moombahton sound we all fell in love with Dillon for back in his early days. The climatic drop stands out and will easily make an impact this upcoming festival season.
Dillon Francis – BaBaBa (Vete Pa’Ya) (ft. Young Ash)
Read on: https://runthetrap.com/2018/05/09/dillon-francis-bababa/
Dillon Francis has been on a tear with Spanish infused music since the turn of the new year. Dropping “Ven”, “We The Funk” and “Sexo” thus far in 2018, he has continued to keep the world dancing and loving every second of these tracks (though many of us find ourselves on Google Translate trying to figure out what the hell the message is though it is pretty apparent in “Sexo). Over the past few weeks, Uncle Dill has been teasing another vibed out track set to drop in May. He has taken to Twitter to make announcements in recent days. Most recently he announced the release of a Moombahton track to be delivered to fans this week. Also, there was this inspirations tweet.
Dillon Francis – “BaBaBa (Vete Pa’ya)” featuring Young Ash
This morning Dillon dropped the Moombahton gold “BaBaBa” featuring Young Ash. The track brings to the spotlight everything we grew to love about Dillon, individuality, diversity, Latin flare and some rad vibes. It is a jumpy track with strong roots in Moombahton and vocals from lyricist Young Ash. The drop is equally as rad as the build and delivers a super funky feel making it the perfect track to grind on the beach to or rage at your favorite festival stage. Dillon is continuing to innovate and bring to us sounds that cannot be found through listening to other Electronic Music DJ/Producers (maybe Diplo and Deorro).
The track is accompanied by a rad music video that will have you dancing even if you listen to it with the volume off. Dillon is in for a massive 2018 and it continues to be seen through his production. Big ups Uncle.
Read on: https://www.edmsauce.com/2018/05/09/dillon-francis-drops-moombahton-track-bababa-vete-paya-featuring-young-ash-music-video/
Dillon Francis has been hyping up his new Spanish language album that is expected to be released in 2018. He has been dropping singles from it — the latest being “BaBaBa (Vete Pa’Ya).” The high-energy track integrates elaborate synth combinations with drums, shaping the background around the vocalist.
Francis decided to create a Spanish language album as his second studio album after stating he was “uninspired” and looking for something to make him excited again. Francis began production on the Spanish language LP well over three years ago as a continuation of his Diplo and Maluca collaboration, “Que Que.” 2018 has proved to be a big year for Francis as his experimentation between styles and genres continues.
Read on: https://dancingastronaut.com/2018/05/dillon-francis-drops-new-single-upcoming-spanish-language-album/