Dillon Francis and Eptic release energetic moombahton collaboration on Monstercat, ‘Let It Go’
Dillon Francis and Eptic have proven to be quite the pair on their latest joint release on Monstercat. The IDGAFOS label head and Belgian producer are already coming off two massive collaborations this year, with the former working with Alison Wonderland on “Lost My Mind” and the latter teaming with DJ Snake on “SouthSide.” Now the pair bring everything to the table with “Let It Go.”
Initially debuted at EDC Las Vegas, “Let It Go” is an upbeat moomahton track with mainstage energy. Marked by deep melodies and distorted vocal chops, bouncy percussion, and a rolling moombah bassline, funny guy Francis and Eptic take listeners on a booming dancehall ride that contrasts nicely between elements. At times smooth and soft, at others wonky and wild, the track is sure to grace dancefloors and pool parties for the rest of summer.
Previously, Eptic delivered a filthy remix of Dillon Francis and G-Eazy’s “Say Less,” which arrived in an official two-track remix pack alongside Gorgon City. Starkly different in design, “Let It Go” displays the two producers’ stylistic diversity and range.
Stream the track and watch the vizualizer below.
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