DallasK has earned another high-profile production with the release of Christina Aguilera and Ozuna's brass-heavy reggaeton hit "Santo."
The Spanish-language single is DallasK's latest in a growing list of production and composition credits he has amassed among contemporary music artists. Electronic dance music fans probably know him best for his reputation as an electro-house dynamo, a reputation he built in the early days of his career with tracks like "Area51" with Hardwell, "Show Me" alongside Tiësto and the anthem "Crash 2.0” with Adventure Club.
As EDM increasingly became radio-friendly material in the 2010s, the transition between the electronic and pop music worlds became more common. DallasK took his trending career into high gear after producing "Work From Home" for Fifth Harmony, which went five times platinum.
DallasK has since turned that success into several additional hits. Perhaps most notably, he contributed multiple edits to Lauv's debut album How I'm Feeling, including "Sad Forever" and "Who" with BTS.
As you can imagine, DallasK's versatility and track record of commercial success has made him a huge demand, and we don't expect that momentum to wane any time soon.