Dylan Brady blew us away with his debut album, All I Ever Wanted, and he's been impressing us ever since, too. His whirly combination of outsider hip-hop and eskewed pop music comes together to form a peculiar sound that's as Yung Lean as it is The Knife. He's not content just producing for himself, though, as he's just as adept when it comes to working with others, especially when he joins forces with Night Lovell for some particularly fierce tracks.
The way he can take the reigns and provide both fantastic beats and infectious vocals is incredibly impressive, making him not only a producer worthy of huge success, but a fully-formed artist, too. Besides, who else can do a Taylor Swift cover one moment and then produce a rugged Death Grips meets Bon Iver style track the next without it seeming out of character?