Dillon Francis – I Can’t Take It (Original Mix)
As Dillon Francis continues to slowly spoon feed eager fans music off of his debut studio album, Money Sucks, Friends Rule, our patience for its October 28th release date is running thin. “Get Low,” “Set Me Free” and “When We Were Young” are just a few of the highly-anticipated records off of his forthcoming project that have been circulating the internet over the past few months. But in giving listeners fair warning, Dillon has increased the dosage of sounds he wishes to share with his latest original mix entitled “I Can’t Take It.”
Tomorrow @BuzzFeed is gonna be premiering a new song off my album! Its called “I can’t take it” & it’s crazy awesome Moombahton goodness
— DILLON FRANCIS (@DILLONFRANCIS) August 22, 2014
Pure moombahton enthusiasts will find solace in the “crazy awesome Moombahton goodness” that Francis released into the virtual world earlier today. Unlike its more emotionally-driven counterpart, “When We Were Young,” “I Can’t Take It” leans toward the lighthearted style fans initially fell in love with during Dillon’s “Masta Blasta” and “Bootleg Fireworks” days. New yet pleasantly familiar, distorted vocals partner with swelling synths and fluttering basslines to create a 100% danceable track conducive to letting loose – a concept that Dillon has pioneered throughout his career.
“This song is about everyone needing to stop pigeonholing producers into one genre,” Francis explained to BuzzFeed. He jokingly added, “And also about that fucking Taco Bell on Beverly constantly running out of Fire Hot Sauce because I can’t fucking take it no more!”