Backstage at Philly’s recent Mad Decent Block Party, DJ Beatstreet chatted up Dillon Francis on his upcoming debut album called “Money Sucks, Friends Rule.” Dillon reveals the singles he will release leading up to the album drop — singles which include a bunch of collaborations with artists across different genres — and shares how his collaborations with DJ Snake and Sultan & Ned Shepard came about. Viewers also get to see a more serious and humble side of the prankster-producer as he talks about playing for a small turnout, and how he grew from modest beginnings to playing for a crowd of 30,000. Watch the full interview below: