DŸLN unveils melancholic club record “ADDICTED” blurring the lines between Future Bass and Soul1 min read
When it comes to club music, DYLN is a staple for the function, stepping onto thescene in 2016 with heavy jersey club edits and a mixtape on Soundcloud thatinitially catapulted him into internet virality. Alongside over 60 Million plays, multiple cosigns, and two world tours including an appearance for EDC Las Vegas,
DYLN has shown his gutter sound since his debut with genre bending records for the masses.
Through his new album BoomTown, DYLN pays homage to various experiences inhis hometown. The album paints a longform story and includes Bay Area and LA heavyweights such as 1TakeJay, Rucci, Priceless Da Roc, Dmb Gotti, and more. It
recounts DYLN’s initial rise to internet fame, heartbreak, and overall development as an artist and person. “ADDICTED,” features Bay Area’s Mari Taylor and DCMBR shining a light on their personal experiences which is then accompanied by a massive jersey club switch- up halfway through the track. The record is soothing, melodic, and grows in intensity as the listener continues on. It is truly a one of a kind experience.
Fans will recognize DCMBR from his appearance with Mozzy and Too $hort on “Excuse Me” and Mari Taylor from her collaboration with Larry June.