Watch Borgore Sing, Rap and Stand Up to the 1 Percent in New '100s' Video
While we think of Borgore as the successful DJ he is today, he proves in his new music video "100s" that he hasn't forgotten how far he's come. The producer and record label owner addresses the existing social issue of class injustice in the video, making a scene after stuffy country club members mistreat a valet.
The video, which premiered today via Borgore’s own label Buygore, exhibits the artist's surprisingly great rapping skills while incorporating deeper meaning into a humble song.
"There are a lot of artists with great videos, people like Dillon Francis or G-Eazy. But the Borgore brand is so unique that we have to come up with videos that fit in our world," Borgore told Billboard Magazine.
Borgore also announced his plans to create a Buygore stage at this year’s Electric Zoo Festival this September.
"It’s going to be like all the other Buygore events," the producer told Billboard. "Radical! We try to keep the line up very eclectic with a focus on quality acts with great energy."
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