As ridiculous as Nick Cannon's sketch comedy show is on MTV, so is Borgore's latest single with Waka Flocka that bares a similar name, "Wild Out." The track is stimulating, and not at all a joke. It may have the antics and grandiosity of two of the biggest names in their respective fields, but as per usual, the genius of production that is Borgore can be easily overshadowed. The track contains the flavor of both artists, and bangs for the crowds live. Waka and Borgore jumping on stage in unison calls for ratchet girls everywhere to get naked, men for that matter, screaming and throwing their bodies about in delight.

Just announced is the forthcoming release of an EP from Borgore, the title matching that of his newest single. There are two version of the title track on the EP. Also featured on the release is "Wayak," which was released this summer. It is an Egyptian love song that Borgore always liked, paying homage to his Israeli heritage in a very 'Peace in the Middle East' way. Borgore doesn't know what the words mean, but he always loved the song. The story behind it shows a little of Asaf's serious and soft side, as a man who sometimes late at night calls for peace in the middle east on Twitter instead of retweeting booties for Borgore.

The other monster that will be released with this track has been long anticipated for this anonymous superhero, who heard from a birdie in a tree some time ago of the works of an original track from Philadelphia's own Victor Niglio and Borgore. The two have become colleagues and friends these past few months, and after hearing this track played live at the Electric Factory in Niglio's hometown, I can assure you the "Booty Monsta" is nothing to fear. That is, if you can handle it's awesomeness.

Although not the dubstep Borgore bass heads have been hoping for, the album will be hardcore in its own way. The EP drops via Dim Mak on November 12, and will be available on iTunes.


1. Wild Out
2. Booty Monsta
3. Wild out (Club Mix)
4. Wayak feat. Dudu Tassa