We don’t usually post radio rips but felt the need to make an exception for this one. Dillon Francis takes Chuckie’s “Who Is Ready To Jump,” one of the top tracks of November, and turns it into an even bigger tune. Dillon drops the moombahton sound he’s best known for in favor of the more traditional dubstep vibe. Huge buildup and a giant wompy drop sure to terrorize dancefloors. Give this a listen and wait for the full length release on Monday Big Beat/CR2 records.
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