I remember the first song I heard from Borgore. It was his remix of Sleepyhead by Passion Pit. It was such a gnarly and crazy sound, I didn’t know what to think of it. Around the same time, I started listening to more of Skrillex and Zomboy. That was the start of my love for dubstep.

This track rings in the new with the trio Gentlemens Club, and combining old school dub, keeping with the style and flow Borgore is known for. On top of that, this track also gives more light to how well versed his collaborators are. What I mean is, Borgore loves working with rappers. He’s worked with A-list rappers from the likes of G-Eazy, Juicy J, Waka Flocka Flame, and Dev. Now working with an up and coming artist who doesn’t have as large of a following could mean that Borgore is working with new talent, rather than looking to celebrity rappers.

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Posted by:Dee Jay Soup

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