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.
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.
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 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.
Platinum-selling artist, DJ and producer Dillon Francis is back at it again with a brand new single and music video.