Dillon Francis Sticks to Moombahton Roots With 'BaBaBa (Vete Pa'Ya)': Listen


The release will be part Francis’ upcoming Spanish language studio LP.

Following “Ven” and “We The Funk,” Dillon Francis fers up “BaBaBa (Vete Pa'Ya),” the third single to be released from his upcoming Spanish language studio album. The LP, which has yet to receive an exact release date, will arrive later this year on Francis' IDGAFOS label and explores his moombahton roots.

“BaBaBa” in particular was influenced by the producer's 2011 collab “Que Que” with Diplo. “For my album I really wanted to make a song reminiscent 'Que Que', but an elevated version it that was fun yet tough sounding,” Francis says in a press release. “Young Ash's flow on this is exactly that. It's truly one my favorite tracks from the project. Her voice is so strong and striking which makes for such an incredible gritty moombahton song.”

The record comes paired with a vertical, stop-motion music video directed by Joel Strong who is known for his cardboard cutouts celebrities in real life settings. Watch the video for Francis' latest release with Young Ash, out today (May 9) below.