Mexican DJ and producer, Boombox Cartel, has had a musical output in 2019 that is nothing short of astonishing. His latest monstrous crossover hit “New Wip” with hip-hop maverick MadeinTYO was an astronomical success. Now, he returns with an even further impressive offering. This one sees him teaming up with EDM and trap royals Dillon Francis and Desiigner for “Drip“.
Track review: “Drip”
“Drip” features a myriad of unique musical stylings. Also, it truly puts on display the limitless talent of Boombox Cartel, Dillon Francis and Desiigner. As such, they cohesively bring together a great trap anthem. Desiigner lends his hip-hop mastermind and unmistakable bars in the form of catchy vocal chops. Then, EDM legends Boombox Cartel and Dillon Francis combine forces. They, effortlessly, deliver three unique drops. These drops sample from genres ranging from big-room, trap, moombahton, reggaeton and future bass. In order to craft a track this big takes every bit of theses artists equally big talent. The track’s undeniably catchy chorus, impeccable production, and monstrous soundscapes guarantee a mainstage feature at festivals around the world.
About the artists
Americo Garcia, better known as Boombox Cartel, is keeping busy this year. Kicking things off in February headlining his ‘The Cell’ tour, the Mexican talent has spent the year performing at venues and festivals across the globe, with notable appearances at EDC Las Vegas, Beyond Wonderland, Ubbi Dubbi and Bomfest 2019. Not content with simply touring, Boombox has also kept an active release schedule, dropping firebombs like ‘4U’ with stars Tory Lanez and Bad Bunny, and ‘Nothing To Hide’ with the inimitable Karra.
Platinum-selling artist, DJ, producer, and all-around nice guy Dillon Francis will continue to surprise fans worldwide in 2019. His catalog encompasses the #1 Dance Radio Airplay hit “Anywhere” [feat. Will Heard], “Candy” [feat. Snappy Jit], #1 Billboard Dance Club Songs chart-topper “Coming Over” with Kygo [feat. James Hersey], and the RIAA platinum-certified “Get Low” with DJ Snake—which surpassed 500 million worldwide streams. He initially landed in the history books during 2012 as “the first moombahton artist to achieve the number-one spot on Beatport” on the Something, Something Awesome EP. His 2014 major label debut, Money Sucks, Friends Rule [Mad Decent/Columbia Records], graced Rolling Stone’s “Top Electronic Albums of 2014” list as 2015’s This Mixtape Is Fire EP bowed at #1 on Billboard’s Top Dance/Electronic Albums Chart.
With absolutely no signs of slowing down and the summer festival season in full swing, you can catch Boombox Cartel performing at Lollapalooza 2019 and Dillon Francis at HARD Summer Music Festival where they will both undoubtedly drop “Drip”, solidifying its place as a 2019 festival anthem.