One sign of a superstar producer/DJ is the ability to take their big room track vibe and make it work with a full vocal song. Following the massive “Tsunami” (with DVBBS) and “Stampede” (with Dimitri Vegas & Like Mike and Dvbbs), Borgeous is stepping up to the plate on his own to show that he is definitely on the way to the big time. The intro to “Invincible” has a similar feel to the last two singles, with a slightly more progressive and subdued feel.? The drop at 30 seconds goes right to the vocals of an uncredited singer who sings her heart out over the pretty keyboard notes. Granted, the minute of beatless music might be hard to play for commercially-oriented DJs, but this will be massive in the big rooms with people singing along right into the energetic, stadium house-styled middle part.? It’s as if Borgeous realized that “Tsunami” was going to become a massive “Animals” kind of hit and wanted to have a commercial-oriented vocal ready to go.? Or maybe he is following the trajectory of other big room DJs who alternate big room club track releases with vocal songs .? Either way, “Invisible” will be a great end of night record which will easily find it onto the iPods of clubbers around the world (and maybe even radio stations as well).
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Borgeous – “Invisible”