In creating “Video Games,” Dylan teamed up with songwriter Shari Short and producer Crash Cove to build the track up with infectious beats and Atari-style sound effects. Several of his upcoming singles find him joining forces with A-list composers and producers like PooBear (who’s previously penned tracks for Justin Bieber, Chris Brown, Big Sean, and Usher) and Jeremy Snyder (known for his work on Justin Bieber’s Purpose).
Growing up in L.A., Dylan got his start singing when he was just 8. After recording a series of covers (mostly Minecraft parodies of pop hits), he began taking voice lessons with Evelyn Halus: a famed vocal coach known for training such artists as Cher and Jennifer Lopez. At the urging of family friend will.i.am, Dylan soon made the shift to original material, and in early 2017 started working on “Video Games.”