Dubstep DJ/Producer Borgore Buys $2.3 Million Dollar House In Hollywood Hills


First Calvin Harris bought a mansion in the Hollywood Hills, then Avicii and Zedd followed suit by purchasing posh homes of their own in the same neighborhood. Now the local welcoming committee is about to say hello a new neighbor: Israeli dubstep DJ/producer/songwriter/Buygore label boss Borgore.

According to Trulia, Borgore (a.k.a. Asaf Yoseph Borger) closed this month on a home in the Hills for a cool $2,275,000 earlier this month. The four bed, four bath abode was built in 1956 and resides on 2,883-square-feet in the Lake Hollywood area.

Like the pads bought by the aforementioned EDM stalwarts, the home features a modern decor touches like eco-friendly Ann Sacks tile throughout custom cabinetry with imported Italian finishes and brand new Viking appliances. There’s also a large observation deck for Borgore to look down on the rabble rest of the city as well as a large pool, remote-controlled fireplaces, and an indoor/outdoor sound system.

How does Borgore intend to pay the mortgage? By working his off, of course!

Borgore just released the follow-up album to 2013’s #NEWGOREORDER, The Buygore Album, featuring collaborations with BLVKSTAR, Ookay, Jauz, Dotcom, Riggi & Piros, Dan Farber, ShayGray, Yael, BLVKSTAR. Tonight he kicks off a U.S. tour at Pure Night in Jacksonville, FL, and he’ll be on the road playing dates and supporting the release…perhaps for the next 30 years.

Darren Ressler

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