Borgore Joins Forces With Juicy J For Monstrous Party Anthem, “Magic Trick”

Borgore & Juicy J release “Magic Trick” with experimental music video

Buygore kingpin Borgore and rapstar Juicy J first worked together this summer when Juicy J performed on the Buygore-curated stage at Electric Zoo Festival in New York. Now, the party-starting pair is back with their brand new collaboration titled “Magic Trick,” a fiery trap-meets-dubstep banger out this Friday in tandem with a multicolored, psychedelic music video.

The track is the perfect blend for the two artists’ signature styles and sounds. Juicy J provides the lyrical layer to the track by spitting heavy rap rhymes while Borgore mixes in slashing synths and distorted dubstep layers to create a hot and heavy dance floor igniter–a mixture resembling today’s modern music landscape.

Accompanying the track is a trippy abstract music video that strays away from the more conventional videos produced by Borgore and Juicy J. Mixed with fractaling doodles and spiraling images of Juicy J, Borgore and some of their other favorite things, the aesthetically pleasing and artistic video takes viewers on a magical trip.

Borgore releases sultry electronic single “Best” + official music video

Continuing his onslaught of cross-genre hits, Borgore unleashes his latest melodic single “Best” in tandem with its official music video. “Best” is a sultry electronic record that veers away from his usual brand of dubstep as a bass-led ballad and his most personal record to date. It’s written about the ending of a relationship and illustrating the producer’s more emotional side that’s remained out of the public eye.

Its visual treatment is a cinematic masterpiece, with a music video that unravels with the plot and optics of a blockbuster. From director Karam Gill, “Best” tells the compelling murder mystery story of a mob boss, entwining a husband, his wife and his mistress that results in a surprising finale.

Dirace – Black Water

Daniel Rodríguez González, aka Dirace is an EDM producer from Spain who developed a passion for music at a very young age. He finds his inspiration from artists like DVBBS, Borgeus, Borgore, Tchami, Martin Garrix.

Earlier this year, Dirace released ‘Alchemy’ on label Hypnoz Records, and now he has released a new banger hit called ‘Black water’, also under Hypnoz. This track is extremely energetic and great for any peaktime DJ set. The very powerful drop is only one of the reasons that Black water will be able to make any club or festival go insane. We are sure this track is set out to be an even bigger success than ‘Alchemy’.

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Borgore gives away new track “Daddy” ahead of Safe In Sound US tour

Borgore’s latest production is coming in hot as a free download just in time for his massive Safe In Sound festival event series. “Daddy” is mellow yet provocative, with trap undertones laying the groundwork for seductive lyrics. Borgore treats his newest effort with care, maintaining his quintessential dubstep elements in a manner that allows for the record’s sensual aesthetic.

Embarking on his nationwide Safe In Sound festival, Borgore will be touching every corner of the US beginning in Dallas, TX this weekend and running through late November in California. In preparation for the season-long event series, Borgore spontaneously gives away his newest track, “Daddy.”

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Borgore collaborates with reggae star Barrington Levy on “Blast Ya”

Dubstep don Borgore has teamed up with Jamaican reggae legend Barrington Levy for their genre-bending collaboration “Blast Ya.”

“Blast Ya” is a three-dimensional futuristic record,” Barrington explains. “Dancehall meets an authentic dubplate style that collides into EDM; it’s raw but an organic sound!”

Borgore is no stranger to using shock factor to wow his fans, but he pushes the boundaries of electronic music in a whole new way by teaming up with the reggae icon. Bursting with raw, primitive rhythm, “Blast Ya” fuses the best of both dubstep and reggae into one explosive package. Barrington Levy’s music soundtracked Borgore’s adolescence, and the artistic chemistry between the two producers couldn’t be more evident in the vibrancy of their first collaboration. This forward-thinking release once again proves Borgore’s prowess as an artist who consistently pushes for deft versatility.

“Barrington Levy was one of my favorite artists as a kid,” Borgore offers. “Young Asaf Borger would have never dreamed I would be able to work with such a legend while also pushing the boundaries of electronic music.”

A genre-crossing collaboration isn’t all that the dubstep legend has up his sleeve; Borgore will descend upon two of America’s biggest nightlife markets as well as the international festival circuit this summer. This week he kicked off his label Buygore’s new weekly party series “Still Lit” at Sound Nightclub in LA, and he’ll continue booting up at SLS’ Foxtail Club and pool in Las Vegas for his annual residency. In June Buygore will curate its first-ever festival stage at Escapade in Canada, and Borgore will stay busy with globe-trotting festival performances in Spain, Italy, Belgium, Germany Austria and Hungary to name a few.

Buygore presents: Still Lit at Heart Nightclub (w/ Space Yacht & Symbols)


Borgore will conclude Miami Music Week amongst an unlikely crew of cohorts.

After his Buygore label pool party on Sunday at The National, the party-starting expert is moving his carouse to Heart Nightclub for his multi-genre ‘Still Lit’ event.

Congregating artists from all corners of the dance floor, ‘Still Lit’ will feature rage conductors like G.T.A and Jackal alongside curated rooms from tastemaking LA event series Space Yacht as well as Kastle’s Symbols imprint.

While Atlanta’s dirty beats purveyor Herobust and UK grime virtuosos Stooki Sound will anchor Space Yacht’s lineup in addition to a throwback dubstep set from Borgore himself, Symbols’ stage will offer up a myriad of experimental, bass-focused sounds.

‘Still Lit’ showcases Borgore’s ability to span the genre spectrum, stepping outside his hallmark brand of high-octane productions to amalgamate a dynamic evening of unconventional soundtracks.

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