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Music Producer Not Dillon Has An Important Advice For All The Aspiring Musicians!

Music festivals have lately started getting a lot of people in attendance, especially the millennials and the youth. Attending music events is a great way to relax and it also helps to socialize with the people who have the same preference of music. Not Dillon, a DJ, songwriter and a music producer started his journey after he attended several music festivals. Before you get confused, we tell you that he did several odd jobs including at Apple until he discovered his passion for music. After attending various concerts, he met a group of DJ friends with whom he performed at three different music festivals. After that, he never looked back and decided to convert his passion for music into his profession.
His birth name is Dillon Shamoun and he hails from Detroit, MI. His career began 3 years ago and the young man has already hit the top of Spotify’s curated playlists and his releases have been on the top trends on Sound Cloud as well. When asked about how a daily routine looks like in his life, he said, “I am early to bed and early to rise, person. I wake up at 6 AM and go to the gym. By 8 AM, I eat and read and from there I work on music and social media growth with a side of credit repair from 9 AM to 7 PM. I love to live a simple lifestyle.” Besides this, he recently took everyone by storm with his song ‘Back to the Start’ along with Laura Page. The song received a lot of positive response from the fans as well as the viewers.
A Kinesiology major from Michigan State University, he is making the loudest roar in the music industry today. With ever-growing popularity on social media, he has got over 10 million streams on the music which he has created. At just 23, Dillon has proved that he is here to rock and roll. With his sincere dedication and hard work, Dillon is all set to perform live on an international tour soon. Giving a final piece of advice to all the aspiring musicians, he said, “Never stop and always keep going. The only difference between you and everyone else is timing, how they used it vs how you use it. Be effective and efficient in your work and you would be unstoppable.”

By TIS Staffer
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