Borgore has gone through many stylistic phases, initially gaining momentum for his aggressive dubstep sound that fit perfectly with the newfound interest which 2010 US audiences had in the genre. As trap rose to popularity in the following years, Borgore was able to gain more momentum by pushing twerk music alongside a “booty-centric” aesthetic.

Ultimately, Asaf Borger has centered his own music and his Buygore imprint around bass music in general, pulling from all ends of the aggressive dance music spectrum. Today, July 6, the producer has come full circle with “Domino,” enlisting the support of established reggae artist Mad Cobra. With his newest single, Borgore revisits his authentic style of heavy-handed dubstep in a fashion that will appeal to both his longtime fans and recent inductees.

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