- 1. Connecting (Intro) 0.32 92 plays
- 2. Dream Music Video 3.52 151 plays
- 3. Just Let Me Play My Game 2.45 91 plays
- 4. Slow Down 2.41 228 plays
- 5. Jacqueline (feat gorillajunk) 3.07 133 plays
- 6. On the prowl 3.37 163 plays
- 7. Fear Has A Hold 3.51 64 plays
- 8. Never Known A Girl Like You Before 3.50 228 plays
- 9. Race (feat. The Debauchery) 2.01 69 plays
- 10. Highway Nymphs (Interlude) 4.05 64 plays
- 11. Mermaid Beach 2.40 82 plays
- 12. Ferrari Versace 4.38 211 plays
- 13. Gold Coast People (feat. gorillajunk) 2.53 298 plays
- 1. Bora Veli - Punk Gorillaz Monkeys Guns Gang Tang 7.02 1735 plays
- 2. Bora Veli - Hardest Button To Satisfy Baby 4.02 734 plays
- 3. Bora Veli - No One Wipeout 4.46 661 plays
- 4. Bora Veli - Shake A Fist Bitches 5.59 918 plays
- 5. Bora Veli - Take Me Down Boy 3.42 669 plays 93.0 BPM
- 6. Bora Veli - Gold Lion Will Rock You 2.49 767 plays
Bora Veli…It's Aussie Hip-Hop for people that don't like Aussie Hip-Hop.
Following in the footsteps of hip-hop acts with an indie sensibility, Bora Veli brings geek chic beats to the scene. Banging drum patterns, and introspective rhymes combine to present a refreshing standpoint. Virtual synth driven leads and chopped-up glitchy samples hint at a future with digital nostalgia. Inspiration was drawn from Gorillaz, Das Racist, The Cool Kids and M.I.A.
After studying the careers of Hip-Hop's greats, Bora identifies most with producers that also rap, i.e. Pharrell Williams, RZA and Kanye West. The beats come first and foremost. As an example, Bora spent four days straight working on the Kick sound used on the track 'Race' to make sure it knocked.
Bora’s debut album comes in the form of "Connecting", which is being offered as a free download to fans. The 13-track LP features verses by up-and-comers gorillajunk and The Debauchery. It was self produced and mixed by Bora with Karen Thompson (Calvin Harris, The Bumblebeez) mastering the tracks at The Exchange in London.
On this album, Bora's perspective is of a creative intellectual living on the superficial Gold Coast. The tracks 'Mermaid Beach' and 'Gold Coast People' speak of being a social outcast, while taking a swing at the mainstream egocentric monoculture of the city. The track 'Dream Music Video' aims to show that Australian Rappers can express their ambitions without boasting, whilst 'Ferrari Versace' uses boasting to test the artistic understanding of the listener.