Israeli dubstep Producer/DJ and founder of ‘Buygore Records’, Borgore celebrated 420 (International Weed Day) in his own way.
To celebrate 420, he released a brand new track titled ‘Help’. In this track he sings about fighting his demons: weed (of course), alcohol and women. These are some temptations people can definitely relate to.
‘Help’ was dropped for the first time at the Armada office in Amsterdam during ‘Armada invites Borgore’. When it was dropped the crowd went crazy and started a mosh-pit. It was indeed an unforgettable experience at the Armada office.
420 was the perfect occasion to release this track along with a rebellious music video. The music video is shot at a mansion in the Hollywood Hills, as Borgore is shown being chased by his vices around a party. There’s even a scene that features Borgore playing the keys on a mini piano.
The tune features gritty, heavy bass and raunchy lyrics rapped by Israeli himself. The hard-hitting dubstep drop is paired with Borgore’s verses about fighting his demons.
Watch the music video of ‘Help’ below:
Listen to ‘Help’ here.
Borgore has also launched a new clothing collaboration with Southern California-based brand Blackcraft Cult with a ‘BorCraft’ tee. Grab your tee here.
Catch Borgore live on his tour this summer. For more information about his tour dates and tickets here.
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