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Legend - EP

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Truly the Best

Borgore releases another great EP, this time with a mix of Dubstep, Trap and pop. "That Lean" contains massive bass and a great drop, not to mention a decent rap by Carnage and Borgore. "Legend" is the real Diamond of this EP for me, great and catchy lyrics with a great trap tune to boot. "Sonata in F Major" is an above average toon that brings Borgore back to his roots as a producer. "Kill Them All" is a hidden gem and the final track. It features Adi Ulmanasky, her beautiful lyrics are mixed perfectly with Borgore's beats. For only $2.99, this is album is a great deal! Long love Borgore!

YAAAY

borgore never fails! This is amazing!

Outstanding!!!

Best by borgore he just brings the heat more and more every ep

Biography

Born: October 20, 1987 in Tel Aviv, Israel

Genre: Dance

Years Active: '10s

A dubstep producer and vocalist irreverent enough to pen a tune called "Act Like a Ho" ("but first do the dishes"), Asaf Borger, aka Borgore, debuted in 2010 with three EPs that were crude both lyrically and sonically. Ice Cream (featuring "Act Like a Ho" as a B-side) was issued on Trill Bass, while Borgore Ruined Dubstep and Borgore Ruined Dubstep, Pt. 2 were the first releases on Borger's Buygore label. A fourth...
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  • $3.96
  • Genres: Dance, Music
  • Released: Jun 25, 2013
  • Parental Advisory

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