2019-07-08T13:30:11-04:00 2019-07-08T13:52:51-04:00

Born Dirty defines tribal eclecticism in "Oboloka" featuring Alina Pash

Arriving on the fast track of all that is bounce and house, Born Dirty brings forth an unadulterated medley of tribal eclecticism in "Oboloka", featuring up-and-coming Ukrainian artist Alina Pash. The track arrives at the peak of summer, a rifling number that's perfect for any festival stage. 

Opening with sensual wind instrumentals and Pash's insatiable vocal chops weaving in and out, Born Dirty effortlessly takes a big kick drum to its full potential, snappy percussions leading the way in a track that knows bounce and rhythm like no other. Whilst the instrumentals were laced with exotic groove and were the one to set the stage, it was the producer's clever use of bass house subtleties that provided a unique edge to "Oboloka" and carried the narrative through—truly making a statement.

Born Dirty stormed on to the scene in 2015 with quirky banger "Don't Stop Get It" featuring Kid Sister, and hasn't stopped since. Immediately following his launch, the producer gathered instantaneous support from various labels including Mad DecentOWSLADIRTYBIRDNightbass and Insomniac Records, racking up performances at some of the world's most premier festivals over a span of a few years.

Buy/stream "Oboloka" here.

 

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Categories:
Dance · Electronic · House · Tribal

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