Few acts have the innovative color and diverse repertoire of Party Favor, the fastest rising name in Los Angeles. His edgy style helped pioneer the festival trap genre, exhilarating and thrilling audiences and turning heads across the globe. Party Favor, AKA Dylan Ragland, is currently making groundbreaking remixes for names such as Dillon Francis, Diplo, Flosstradamus, Major Lazer, and Valentino Khan. He is also creating chart topping original records such as "Bap U" (Mad Decent) and "Booty Loose" (Mad Decent).
"Bap U" has garnished almost 5 million plays on Soundcloud and has made its way into the Top 50 Dance Tracks on iTunes. Its success led to the making of a music video featuring cameos by Brillz, Diplo, ETC! ETC!, Ookay, TJR, and Seth Green. Following the successful launch of the video, "Bap U" saw national spotlight when featured in a T-Mobile commercial, as well as the recent Warner Brothers movie trailer for "Vacation" (2015).
This track was not the first televised music placement for Party Favor, as his remix of Bro Safari and UFO's "Drama" was used for ESPN's 2014 NBA Draft commercial. Party Favor has also been featured on radio stations such as KIIS FM, Power 106, and BBC Radio One. He has performed on some of the biggest stages in North America at festivals such as EDC, Ultra, Tomorroworld, and Mad Decent's Block Parties.
Party Favor's success abroad and at home is no doubt due to the love and support that his music receives from superstar talents such as Skrillex, Diplo, Borgore, DJ Carnage, GTA, Dillon Francis, RL Grime, Bro Safari, DJ Snake, and Flosstradamus. Party Favor is paving his way into Fall of 2015 by joining Cash Cash and Tritonal on their North American tour as well has Co-Headlining the Twonk Di Nation tour with Brillz and friends. With official work on Spinnin Records, Ultra Records, OWSLA and Mad Decent as well as international tours through Australia, Brazil, and Japan, it is no surprise why Party Favor's fan base is as varied as his mixes.
"I think what's cool about house music, bass, twerk, whatever you want to call it"¦ is that it's starting to bridge a lot of genres, styles. I just want to make stuff that's crazy energy and makes you groove." - Party Favor