Dillon Francis debuts at #2 on Billboard’s Dance/Electronic chart
Despite immediately climbing to the top of iTunes’ Dance charts upon its release, Dillon Francis‘ debut album has been halted on Billboard’s charts. Debuting behind Disclosure’s “Settle,” the Mad Decent and Columbia Records album sold approximately 9,000 copies according to Nielson SoundScan. Sparked by “Get Low” and five other original mixes on “Money Sucks, Friends Rule,” six of the album’s originals have broken into Billboard’s Hot Dance/Electronic charts. As one of the year’s most anticipated electronic music albums, “Money Sucks, Friends Rule” has lived up to the hype among the year’s plethora of full length projects.