For the last five years, American songwriter, producer and DJ, BORGEOUS (John Borger), has had an astronomical rise to fame. The Las Vegas-based platinum recording artist has quickly made waves in the scene, having already accomplished three Billboard Dance Radio Top 10s, three Beatport #1s and a #1 on the iTunes Dance Charts in 15 different countries.

His keen ear and innate talent to produce a provocative, textured sound have made people take notice.  His biggest hit to date, “Tsunami,” is exactly as its title suggests. The hit single wrecked bars, clubs, festival stages and radio stations around the world, gaining BORGEOUS international acclaim. “Tsunami” reached #1 on iTunes in 15 different countries, #1 on Beatport, received an EMPO Award for ‘Track of the Year’ and was nominated for a Juno Award ‘Best Dance Recording of the Year.’ He reached the Top 10 on Billboard’s Dance Radio chart twice with “Invincible” and “Wildfire.” BORGEOUS’ highly anticipated debut artist album, 13, was released on August 13, 2016, featuring a diverse collection of tracks including “Ride It” with Sean Paul, “Wanna Lose You” feat. tyDi and “Going Under” feat. Loud Luxury.

In 2017, BORGEOUS proved his place as a power player, rolling out singles such as “Coffee Can Money” and the dance floor shattering tracks, “Give Em What They Came For” and “Hold Up.” As of 2018, BORGEOUS continues manifesting his impressive catalogue with singles “Making Me Feel” and “Sweeter Without You” as well as a remix for Marshmello and Anne-Marie’s “FRIENDS,” all critically acclaimed and accelerating his already expanding reach. He signed a deal with Casablanca Records and plans to release an EP later this year. Accompanying his successes as a recording artist are his powerful and energetic live performances at festivals and clubs all over the world. In 2017 he played over 175 shows on his House of Borgeous Tour. He continues to bring House of Borgeous Volume 2 to fans across the globe this year in addition to his residency in Las Vegas with Hakkasan. Expect more from BORGEOUS as his sound continues to evolve.