New York, NY, May 10, 2018 --(PR.com
)-- IDGAFOS and Big House Recordings have partnered on release “BABABA” – a Spanish, electronic reggaeton record - with artists Dillon Francis and Young Ash, released May 9th, 2018. The record and video "hot drop" and is poised for global reach on radio and in clubs. Joel Strong directed the accompanying music video for the track.
Dillon Francis first gained recognition by American producer Diplo and eventually collaborated on the song "Que Que," with featured Latin-pop artist Maluca. His song "Masta Blasta" was edited after inspiration from Dutch musician Munchi and eventually ended up as the moombahton track that broke his career internationally. Francis has performed at many popular music festivals such as Camp Bisco, Electric Daisy Carnival, Coachella, TomorrowWorld, Ultra and Electric Zoo. Francis has worked with the likes of Bro Safari, Calvin Harris, Chromeo, Diplo, DJ Snake, G-Easy, Kygo, Martin Garriz, NGHTMRE, Party Favor and Skrillex. This track is the third single from his forthcoming album due out later this year.
Young Ash hails from Bronx, NY. Her audience embraces the fact that she can switch from dancehall to trap, from R&B to rap and that her music is as suited to a hyper-crazy party as it is to chilling at home or driving in your car. She also approaches her writing as one of a conscious youth, acknowledging that how she feels now might not be how she feels in five years, five months or five minutes and she revels in the notion that she has every right to change her mind. Young Ash states, “My influences are strong women such as Trina and Nicki Minaj and heavy-hitting legends such as Biggie and Jay-Z. I admire the no-nonsense attitude of all of these artists – honest, daring characters with independent minds.”
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Founded in 2012 by Christian Cedras and Krista Retto, Big House Companies has become known as an artist-centric development house purpose-built for the digital age. BHC has earned the nickname “today’s Motown,” with emerging and named writers and artists nesting in its 3-studio loft for collaborations and growth. BHC believes music is a collaborative art form, and prides itself on being one of a truthful, hard-working and scrappy partner. We are the music industrious, sleeves up.