Dillon Francis has a new YouTube series called ‘What’s In Dillon’s Box’

Dillon Francis has a new YouTube series called ‘What’s In Dillon’s Box’61034561 10157189451757808 698065982421204992 O 2

For those unfamiliar with Dillon Francis content, his YouTube channel is loaded with comedic genius. From One Deeper Talks with DJ Hanzel to his latest play on Influencers in Like & Subscribe, Francis has acquired fans of not just his music, but also his hilarity.

The next installment for the multi-platinum-selling DJ is titled What’s In Dillon’s Box? The weekly video series will consist of brief reviews about some products Francis acquires via “drunk” Amazon purchases. The pilot reviews a Vector Robot with a myriad of frustrating qualities, all of which drive Francis towards squaring up with an object that’s a fraction of his size. Despite its flaws, the Robot will be given away to one lucky commenter. In the video’s Thumbnail, it displays as a play on third-party YouTubers that use silly images as clickbait for their review video.

Aside from YouTube content, Francis recently signed a development deal with 20th Century Fox Television to spearhead an animated series called Gerald’s World, all focused on his famous candy-filled friend.

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Dillon Francis has a new YouTube series called ‘What’s In Dillon’s Box’

Dillon Francis has a new YouTube series called ‘What’s In Dillon’s Box’61034561 10157189451757808 698065982421204992 O 2

For those unfamiliar with Dillon Francis content, his YouTube channel is loaded with comedic genius. From One Deeper Talks with DJ Hanzel to his latest play on Influencers in Like & Subscribe, Francis has acquired fans of not just his music, but also his hilarity.

The next installment for the multi-platinum-selling DJ is titled What’s In Dillon’s Box? The weekly video series will consist of brief reviews about some products Francis acquires via “drunk” Amazon purchases. The pilot reviews a Vector Robot with a myriad of frustrating qualities, all of which drive Francis towards squaring up with an object that’s a fraction of his size. Despite its flaws, the Robot will be given away to one lucky commenter. In the video’s Thumbnail, it displays as a play on third-party YouTubers that use silly images as clickbait for their review video.

Aside from YouTube content, Francis recently signed a development deal with 20th Century Fox Television to spearhead an animated series called Gerald’s World, all focused on his famous candy-filled friend.

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Note from WSOE.Org : This content has been auto-generated from a syndicated feed.