Best known for his 2015 platinum single, “Jordan Belfort” with Wes Walker, Dylan “Dyl” Rhodes is a recording artist from Philadelphia, PA. With the song becoming an anthem for college students across the country, Dyl and Wes Walker spent two years on tour performing the hit, and eventually partnered with Atlantic Records.
Despite having such a massive record, Dyl felt it was best to still get a college education and went on to study at Tulane University while developing his rap-pop sound. Proving his own marketing prowess, he has managed to amass an impressive social media following specifically on the promising Rapchat app, where he has over 180k followers.
As of now, “Jordan Belfort” has over 100M streams on Spotify and Apple Music, as well as 29M views on YouTube, but Dyl is far from slowing down anytime soon. Recently announcing that his debut, solo album will drop this year, he shares a remastered version of his “Looking for Some Trouble” single. With bouncy production courtesy of Mike Hector, Dyl reflects on the fun, fast-paced lifestyle that comes with success.
Stream “Looking for Some Trouble” via Audiomack below, and stay tuned with updates on Dyl’s album by following him on Instagram.