It’s no surprise that Borgore generated an audience so lively and energetic late Friday night, April 22nd in Morgantown, WV. The top party school in West Virginia knew exactly how to appreciate the Israeli DJ’s performance as the show lasted into the early hours of the morning.

The Mainstage Morgantown venue is located right off of West Virginia University’s campus, which is also an easy commute for EDM fans from nearby Pennsylvania, Maryland, Virginia, and Ohio. The entire venue was full of listeners ready for filthy bass drops and catchy remixes. The supporting DJs warmed up the dance-floor before Borgore, including acts like DJ Keen and Bailo.

Bailo entered the stage representing Buygore Records with his hat inscribed “BG” and brought his heart-racing drops along with him. He dropped his new single “Lit” during mid-set of his performance. It was seemingly a crowd-pleaser as the lyrics were being shouted along with him after the first chorus. The popular “Runaway (U & I)” from Galantis as well as Adele’s “Hello” were remixed with epic bass drops by Bailo which were both favored by the Morgantown Crowd. Bailo is releasing his Versace EP on July 29th on Buygore Records, which is worth taking a listen to for trap-lovers and fans of Borgore.

When Bailo finished set, Borgore took the stage and opened with the heavy drop song “Incredible” accompanied by flashing blue and white lights. To a first timer at a Borgore show, it can be overwhelming with the content of the music and the screens of dancing women behind illuminating the stage, but it is incredibly liberating and all in good fun. As a prominent international DJ with his own Record Label company, Borgore is a master at manipulating the crowd’s energy. Through the duration of his set he dropped many prominent remixed beats such as “Birthday Song” by 2 Chains, “Bitch Don’t Kill My Vibe” by Kendrick Lamar, and “Jumpman” by Drake. Along with the remixes, Borgore’s top originals like “Ratchet,” “Ice Cream,” and “Decisions” shook up the dance-floor.

At the end of his performance he had the ladies on stage for a twerk-off. The crowd was lit all night long with a night of heavy drops, strobe lights, and non-stop EDM-style dancing. Morgantown will be anticipating the next time the world-recognized Israeli DJ brings his crew to the party city of the mountains.

It’s no surprise that Borgore generated an audience so lively and energetic late Friday night, April 22nd in Morgantown, WV. The top party school in West Virginia knew exactly how to appreciate the Israeli DJ’s performance as the show lasted into the early hours of the morning.

The Mainstage Morgantown venue is located right off of West Virginia University’s campus, which is also an easy commute for EDM fans from nearby Pennsylvania, Maryland, Virginia, and Ohio. The entire venue was full of listeners ready for filthy bass drops and catchy remixes. The supporting DJs warmed up the dance-floor before Borgore, including acts like DJ Keen and Bailo.

Bailo entered the stage representing Buygore Records with his hat inscribed “BG” and brought his heart-racing drops along with him. He dropped his new single “Lit” during mid-set of his performance. It was seemingly a crowd-pleaser as the lyrics were being shouted along with him after the first chorus. The popular “Runaway (U & I)” from Galantis as well as Adele’s “Hello” were remixed with epic bass drops by Bailo which were both favored by the Morgantown Crowd. Bailo is releasing his Versace EP on July 29th on Buygore Records, which is worth taking a listen to for trap-lovers and fans of Borgore.

When Bailo finished set, Borgore took the stage and opened with the heavy drop song “Incredible” accompanied by flashing blue and white lights. To a first timer at a Borgore show, it can be overwhelming with the content of the music and the screens of dancing women behind illuminating the stage, but it is incredibly liberating and all in good fun. As a prominent international DJ with his own Record Label company, Borgore is a master at manipulating the crowd’s energy. Through the duration of his set he dropped many prominent remixed beats such as “Birthday Song” by 2 Chains, “Bitch Don’t Kill My Vibe” by Kendrick Lamar, and “Jumpman” by Drake. Along with the remixes, Borgore’s top originals like “Ratchet,” “Ice Cream,” and “Decisions” shook up the dance-floor.

At the end of his performance he had the ladies on stage for a twerk-off. The crowd was lit all night long with a night of heavy drops, strobe lights, and non-stop EDM-style dancing. Morgantown will be anticipating the next time the world-recognized Israeli DJ brings his crew to the party city of the mountains.

AUTHOR CREDIT: HAYLEY WALTERS

PHOTO CREDIT: ASHLEE CARROZZA

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