Young Franco gets funky on Drop Your Love

Young Franco gets funky on Drop Your Love

The single, his first release of 2016, features vocals from LA three-piece DiRTY RADiO.

Young Franco is one of those artists who are continually able to pump out amazing tunes, time and time again. He kicked last year off with his collaboration-packed EP Franco & Friends, and this year, he's kicking it all off with an equally-strong single, Drop Your Love. Featuring vocals from LA-based trio DiRTY RADiO, Drop Your Love continues Franco's funk-filled domination of Australia, picking up where last year's Don't U Want Me left off. A funky disco-house bassline, an intoxicating synth melody and DiRTY RADiO's energetic vocals (amongst various vocal chops and samples) blend together with that signature Young Franco ease, producing one of the strongest pieces of work we've heard from the producer, despite a mountain of top-tier work already behind his name. Drop Your Love will be supported by what is said to be a massive Australian tour, hitting up the capitals and a heap of regional dates across yet-to-be-announced dates in April and May with species guests in tow. In the meantime, have a listen to the charming, energetic new single below, once you've heard some glowing endorsements from some of dance music's heaviest hitters via the Of Leisure lads.

My new single is OUT NOWI hope it helps you find true love <3Drop Your Love (ft DiRTY RADiO) <3 <3 <3LISTEN HERE: http://bit.ly/22cwZDSThanks to Hayden James, SPORTS, Set Mo, Cosmo's Midnight, UV boi فوق بنفسجي, DiRTY RADiO, Indian Summer and big man Tyrone for the testimonialsVideo by @sambratvideo

Posted by Young Franco on Sunday, March 13, 2016



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