Borgeous has shown for his ability to produce anything from house to rap to dubstep. The versatile artist’s latest single, “You,” released on Geousus Records, skews heavy dubstep with a hard and hectic drop. The single is reminiscent of his recent dubstep kick, which is also embodied through his recent release, “Hold Up,” with Morten.
In the accompanying music video for “You,” Borgeous chronicles a trip through the psychosis of a drink server at a house party. The server falls for a guest at the party, while simultaneously having visions of tying up and ravaging the guest’s fiancée. The video takes the viewer on a gorey ride and we are left not knowing reality from the nightmare in the server’s twisted mind. All we can say is that the music video is as hectic as the track’s drop.
MORTEN teams up with Norwegian singer Oda for his latest release on Warner Music Worldwide. “Keep Me From You” finds the talented producer back in the saddle for another soaring, vocally-driven production. After a string of successes on boutique labels Dim Mak, Armada, and PRMD, MORTEN worked tirelessly to find the perfect vocal for this major label release. For almost 2 years the production was in limbo, cycling through nine different vocals before he found Oda and her siren-like voice. The result? A finely tuned dance pop record that will charm listeners across the globe.
tyDi has long been an exciting prospect on the North American circuit. Uniting with Scandinavian DJ/producer MORTEN for the final leg of 2016, the Borgeous collaborator continues to show a flare for strong vocal offerings courtesy of the aptly named ‘Sharpest Weapon.’ Focused beats and uplifting melodic trills drive this otherwise genre fusing take on the modern electronic dance market, showing tyDi in a more mature light whilst echoing some of MORTEN’s earlier and more accomplished tracks. ‘Sharpest Weapon’ is an essential fusion of North American and Scandinavian muscle, offering a late but worthy vocal offering to the equation for 2016.