Dillon Francis making a tongue-in-cheek video? No, never. Not Him!
It's been a couple weeks since he and Cuco shared their unorthodox collaboration, "Fix Me." Now, the unlikely duo have shared the official music video for the single.
Before the wavering synths of the song's opening find their way into the video, viewers are treated to a brief dialogue between Francis and Cuco (real name Omar Banos). Still images of their heads are superimposed over the bodies of people in a car, and during Banos' vocals his head is placed on the bodies of people in various clips of stunt footage.
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Francis' career exploded shortly after Mad Decent label boss Diplo discovered him in 2010, and since then he's collaborated with the likes of NGHTMRE, G-Eazy and Calvin Harris. Comparatively, Banos' career has been much shorter. He began releasing music in 2016 at the tender young age of 17, garnering renown for his lovelorn style of hip-hop.
After a performance at The Anthem in Washington D.C. tomorrow evening, Dillon Francis concludes the Lost My Mind tour alongside Alison Wonderland with a performance at Stage AE in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania.
H/T: Dancing Astronaut