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Asaf Borger known as “Borgore” is an Electronic Music producer, DJ and a stripper that was born on October 20, 1987 in Tel Aviv, Israel. He is the former member of Shabira (Israeli deathcore band) as a drummer and he is part of Alphamale Primates together with Tomba. Borgore build his own label called Buygore Records.
In 2010, he self released Borgore Ruined Dubstep I and Borgore Ruined Dubstep II. One year later, he released his album entitled “Delicious” on June 6 by his own buygore Record. Burgore signed contract to Sumerian Records were he released his compilation album called “The Filthiest hits.. So Far”.
He introduced his single “Decision” which he collaborated with Miley Cyrus for backing vocals on June 18, 2012. After the released in the market, the single got positive comments from the critics and the Music video was filmed in Los Angeles that came out on November 1, 2012. He also worked with Carnage in EP “Turn Up” that was released on October 8, 2012 and “Incredible” on February 2013.
Soon after that, he followed his next released called “Deception” with Cedric Cervais (Biggest Resident Dj and producer) on March 18, 2013 by Spinnin Records. Addition to that, he released 7 more albums in the year 2013 including Macarena on April 2013 ,That Lean (Featuring Carnage and Dev) on May 1, Legend EP out on June 7, 2013 by Buygore Records and Wayak, Wild Out, (Feat. Waka Flocka Flame and Paige) also with Wild Out EP by Dim Mak Records.
While in the present year, he released Wild Out Remixes on January 28, Unicorn Zombie Apocalypse with Sikdope by Spinnin Records, Ratchet on May 27, and the latest one is Newgoreorder on July 8 by Buygore and Dim Mak Records.
Since year 2007, he started making remixes including Womanizer of Britney Spears, Rusko’s song Woo Boost, Neon Hitch “Get Over You” and many more. In the current year, he continuously making a music that will make you move all throughout the song.
Borgore tours in many countries including Europe, and New Zealand that had been sold out tickets. His genres changed from Hip-Hop, Drum and Bass to Electreonica, Heavy metal, Dubstep and many more. He keeps working and collaborating to make more dance music together with many artists in music industry.