About Me


My name is Dylan and I love making music, vlogs and streaming my favorite games!
Dynamite Dylan is making a name for himself in the music scene as he continues to release track after track. Currently in the studios and working on new and exciting projects, Dylan devotes much of his time digging into obscure music. He loves discovering new beats and creating sounds of his own.

Growing up in L.A., Dylan got his start singing when he was just 8 years old. After recording a series of covers (mostly Minecraft parodies of pop hits), he began taking lessons with Evelyn Halus, a famed vocal coach known for training such artists as Cher and Jennifer Lopez.

At the urging of a family friend, will.i.am, Dylan soon made the shift to his own original material and in early 2017, started working on “Video Games” which went on to garner 11 million views on YouTube. His next hit “No Competition”, Dylan collaborated with influencer Jake Paul to create the addictive bop. The video, which premiered on Billboard, follows Dylan and Jake as they drive around in a mini “Mad Max” golf cart and throwing a few backflips at Skyline trampoline park surrounded by fans who made an appearance in the video. Team 10 member and influencer Erika Costell co-stars as Dylan’s crush as the video racked up 2 million views just a few days after its release.

Other hits include, “Numbers Up” written by acclaimed producer Poo Bear (Justin Bieber, Big Sean, Chris Brown and Usher) and produced by Poo Bear’s 15-year-old protegé, KidCulture. This song came hot off the track of previous single “You” featuring Post Malone, which spent an impressive 8 weeks on the Billboard “Pop Digital Song Sales” chart, peaking at #14, and seven weeks on the “Digital Song Sales” chart peaking at #30. Dynamite Dylan spent six weeks on the Billboard “Emerging Artists” chart, peaking at #25. “You” served as Dylan’s second collaboration with Poo Bear. In the music video, renowned rapper Post Malone acts as Dylan’s big brother, giving him advice on how to win over his crush. As a family friend, Post and Dylan’s relationship mirrors their on-screen friendship. The video has quickly skyrocketed to over 42 million views. Soon after, his release of “Cool Being You” allowed Dylan to use his voice and unique platform to let kids and teens everywhere know that it is cool to be you and not worry what anyone else thinks or says about you. To reinforce the positive messaging that Dylan focuses on, his newest release, “Too Young” puts him in the center of his peers and the youth of this generation. He takes a stand on communicating the real issues this generation deals with—specifically harassment, cyber-bullying, and other hot topics.