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Borgeous Ft. Whoo Kid & Waka Flocka & Wiz Khalifa – Toast

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Billboard – Borgeous continues to flex his DJ and production skills. He’s teamed up with Wiz Khalifa, Waka Flocka Flame and DJ Whoo Kid for his latest song, “Toast.”

“Toast” follows up a slewe of EDM hits from Borgeous, including the Tinie Tempah-assisted “Tsunami,” “Celebration” and “Wildfire.”

“I love to work with different [artists] from all genres and that’s what I plan to keep on doing. Be diverse as possible. From doing a song like ‘Tsunami and ‘Stampede,’ which were both huge songs for me to then doing songs like ‘Invincible’ and ‘Wildfire’ which were both huge songs for me as well,” he tells Billboard.

“I did some trap songs, some more big room edm songs and some hard hitting electro songs this year as well,” he continues. “So doing this song with these 3 amazing artist was a no brainer for me. DJ Whoo Kid, Waka Flocka, and Wiz Khalifa are three extremely talented artists and working with them on ‘Toast’ was just an amazing experience.”

Borgeous first caught Waka Flocka’s attention with “Tsunami,” then dug a little deeper to know more about the DJ/producer: “I looked him up and discovered this guy has got great music. Now that he is working with DJ Whoo Kid, I figured that I had grab Wiz and bring him to the EDM world as well.”

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