Watch Borgore Trolls By Playing Middle-Eastern Music At The “Life In Color” Gathering in Israel

With the promise to visit 110 cities in 2015, the attractive “Paint Party” and showcasing a line-up unlike any other, ‘Life In Color – World’s Largest Paint Party’ has an unfathomable appeal to festival goers. Yesterday, Israel had its turn to get tinted by music and paint, as the event made its country debut at the Hadera River Park.

Headlining the festival were the likes of Israel’s very own Borgore, Dutch Progressive House vanguard Nicky Romero & Hip-Hop/Trap DJ Carnage. Borgore took no time to feel at home and played a known Middle-Eastern (Hebrew) record for the gathering (Video).

While some took to the act with laughter and had a light hearted moment in the situation, others were not very amused and felt it was inappropriate as they expected better from an artist performing in his home country. Although famous for his notorious music, Borgore’s attempt at entertaining the crowd with this gimmick might not have hit the right chords with all.

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