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Dillon Francis is Working on a Spanish-Language Album

In an interview with Billboard, Dillon Francis detailed his plans for a Spanish-Language album he is working on. Francis has been traveling all over the world and recruiting the help of some of the world's best Spanish-language musicians to help this album come to life. Dillon Francis explains the process of finding vocalists in the Dominican Republic:

"A couple months ago, I traveled to the Dominican Republic, because it's so hard to get vocals from a lot of the people there. You have to be in the place to get them into the studio, you gotta go there, and you have to have it ready – then they'll come in and do it, but if you don't have that, they're like 'nah."

As you may know, this is not the first time Dillon Francis has had spanish vocals on a track. One of his first releases "Que Que" with Diplo and Maluca featured Spanish and English vocals. He told Billboard his smash-hit "Say Less" was originally going to be a Spanish song, but it was easier to get G-Eazy's help. Although the main release is in English, he released a Spanish remix titled "No Diga Más" featuring Serko Fu.

We can't wait to hear what the moombathon master is cooking up! This album will be a real treat for our Spanish speaking friends. To our readers who don't speak Spanish, now is a better time than ever to get Rosetta Stone or Duolingo!

Check out the full interview over at Billboard and learn more about how Dillon Francis discovered Moombathon and pissed off David Guetta!

H/T: Billboard