Number one. Egg yolks. Should I eat them, should I not eat them? I don't know.
Number two. Will my roof ever stop leaking?
Number three. When will I stop craving sugar?
Number four. Releasing a Spanish language album.
Number five. My health.
Number six. What I would do if I didn't have my career anymore. I went to high school and I graduated high school, but then I didn't feel like going to college. I didn't want to pay 40 grand a year. And it's funny cause some person was like, “Oh well, if you can't make music anymore, you can be creative. You know you could do something else creative,” and it’s like, well that's what me being creative is for. That's for making music.
Number seven. Fear that my creativity would disappear.
Number eight. How modern technology might be ruining everyone's attention spans. With Spotify, it has changed the length of what you should make your songs. Because I remember when I was making remixes back in 2011 and the remixes would be five minutes and 30 seconds long. And that was the norm for dance music. Because you would have the intro, would just be, you know, a kick, a clap, and the kick would probably be E cued so that there's no sub in it. And then after 30 to 45 seconds go by, the kick would come in with a sub. And then a high hat would come in. And then some more noises. And then finally you would get to I guess what you would call the verse, and it would be melody lines starting and then it would go into a build and then I think around two minutes is when you would get to the drop. Now, if you're listening to dance music, you’re in the drop in 30 seconds. I wonder how long, how long is Free Bird by Lynyrd Skynyrd?
Number nine. Slipping into irrelevancy. It's always just a scary thing in the back of my head where I think about that 18 year old kid that, you know, could be just sitting at home right after school. He may be working till 5:00a.m. and making a song and then going back to school. And I always think about the, you know, is there a person that has a little bit more drive than I do right now.
Number ten. As I get older, I’m scared of my body breaking down on me. So. Yeah.
My name is Dillon Francis and these are 10 things that scare me.