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LA PRIMERA Dillom 03:19
ORGANIKO Broke Carrey, Dillom 02:19
Cirugía Dillom 03:36
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Coyote Dillom 01:48
A$AP Dillom, Muerejoven, Halpe 03:04
120 Kid Mess, Dillom 02:55
Muñecas Dillom 02:14
PELOTUDA Dillom 03:05
DO RE MI Pimp Flaco, Dillom, Blackthoven 02:20

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Dylan León Masa, better known by the stage name Dillom, is an Argentinian singer and rapper. He was born on December 5, 2000, in Balvanera, Buenos Aires. Though he's made a name for himself as an important figure in the "second wave of Argentine trap," he began his career as a bassist in a punk band at age 15. He also started producing hip-hop beats for local rappers. He was involved in the formation of Rip Gang, a creative team that included several notable artists. This collective marked a new era in Argentine trap, which stirred controversies among fans of the genre's first wave. He debuted in 2018 with his self-produced track "Dripping." In 2020, Dillom founded his record label, Bohemian Groove, and released "Dudade," a widely successful single that racked up millions of streams. In 2021, he released his debut studio album Post Mortem, which featured singles like "Sauce," "Opa," and "Piso 13." The album received critical acclaim thanks to its eclectic blend of horrorcore-inspired rap, pop, and rock music. Dillom continued to expand his musical style and collaborations, working with artists across different genres. In 2024, Dillom released his second studio album, the trip-hop-tinged Por Cesárea. It included tracks such as "Cirugía," which peaked at number 64 on the Argentine Billboard Hot 100, and collaborations with Andrés Calamaro ("Mi Peor Enemigo") and Lali Espósito ("La Carie").