BIJOU represents his city with the release of debut album Diamond City
July 31, 2020
July 31, 2020
Few acts have the innovative color and diverse repertoire of Party Favor, one of the fastest rising names in Dance Music. His edgy style helped pioneer the festival trap genre, exhilarating audiences and turning heads across the globe. Party Favor, AKA Dylan Ragland, has created chart topping original records such as “Bap U” (Mad Decent) and “Booty Loose” (Mad Decent). Party Favor’s highly anticipated Party and Destroy EP released the summer of 2016 and included collaborations with Dillon Francis, Gucci Mane, Sean Kingston, Rich The Kid, Gent & Jawns and Georgia Ku. The EP received rave reviews in the industry debuting at #2 on iTunes Dance album charts. The EP’s lead single “Give It To Me Twice” has garnished over 6 million plays on Spotify while the follow up “In My Head” hit #1 on US Dance Radio, #7 on Billboard’s dance radio airplay charts and was the #1 most requested song for 5 weeks in a row on BPM (Sirius XM). Party Favor has already racked up a total of over 35 million streams on Spotify and 27 million plays on Soundcloud and the numbers are continuously growing. His infectious music has created massive demand across the globe, leading to consistent headlining tours around the world at some of the best and most iconic venues. His high energy sets and infectious stage presence have allowed him to sell out venues in the US, Asia, Australia, New Zealand, Mexico, Canada, Europe and more. His success in the states and abroad has lead to licensing deals with major companies such as; T-mobile, Mountain Dew, Truth Anti Smoking Campaign, Silk Milk, Samsung and more. His music has also been featured on television and major motion pictures such as; Vacation, How To Be Single, Neighbors 2, Ballers, Silicon Valley, NCIS Los Angeles, and NBC’s Superstore. Party Favor won’t slow down anytime soon, as he is embarking on his first world tour in 2017 and has multiple collaborations in the works with some of the most exciting names in music.