Abella Danger, Gina Valentina Bring the Fire to Borgore’s ‘911’

Abella Danger, Gina Valentina Bring the Fire to Borgore's '911'

CHATSWORTH, Calif.—Abella Danger has done many things in her young life that most people never will, and she recently added one more to the list: lending her voice to a musical track by a well-known recording artist.

The artist in question, EDM maestro Borgore, recruited the 2016 AVN Best New Starlet to do the vocals on his new single “911,” which debuted Friday across all major streaming platforms along with a video released exclusively on Pornhub. For the video, Borgore and company also asked Danger to choose her co-star, and she enlisted fellow A-list adult performer Gina Valentina.

“Borgore’s team reached out to me about doing vocals for one of his songs, and I was like, ‘Why?'” Danger told AVN. “I really didn’t understand why, because it’s not something I’ve ever done, I’ve never done vocals or sang or anything like that, like I have no prior experience in anything regarding music. So I was really hesitant, but I still agreed, because I was a huge fan of his work when I was in middle school.”

She continued, “I went to record, and I was so nervous, but he was so chill, and he made it really easy for me to get comfortable, and then he sent it to me, and it was like the first time watching one of your scenes—it’s so weird, and I couldn’t believe that it was me. But it came out so good, I was so happy about it, and I really thank him for the experience.”

In regard to shooting the video—which offers more than a passing nod to the climactic “running home” sequence of Ferris Bueller’s Day Off and casts Danger and Valentina as a pair of hooligans on a robbery spree—Danger recounted, “They asked me which girl I had in mind to be in it, and Gina Valentina is a really good friend of mine, and she’s so fun and so energetic, so I picked her, and it was really fun to run through the whole city [being chased by] Borgore everywhere.”

Agreed Valentina, “We had a great time. We ran behind houses and jumped gates and walls and ran through a playground … it was a really crazy day. We had stunt doubles because we had to jump through sugar glass. That one scene in the music video where we’re throwing glass in his face and Abella slams his head on the table was crazy. I think Borgore was a little scared of Abella at that point.”

Asked what she thought of the final product, Valentina said, “I’m amazed what they did with it with all the editing. It came to life, the vision that they had. I had no idea how it was going to come out. It was an awesome opportunity.”

Incidentally, this is not the first time Borgore has collaborated with Danger … or with adult stars in general. In 2017, Danger (or at least her breasts) appeared in the video for his song “Savages,” as did Sarah Vandella, Karlie Montana, Jenna Sativa and Skyler Nicole. Going all the way back to 2012, he brought Jessie Andrews, whom he dated at one point, onboard to appear in the videos for his singles “Flex” and “Decisions“—the latter of which was reportedly about her, and procured her a shared music video credit with none other than Miley Cyrus (who provided back-up vocals on the track).

See the “911” video here.

Meanwhile, Danger is overtaking other mainstream arenas as well. For one, New York City-based Office magazine—which currently features her on the cover of its Spring/Summer 2019 issue—has appointed her to its “Beauty Committee,” described as a “team of experts from various creative industries” charged with “testing out all different products from bougie to on-a-budget to let you know which ones you can pass on and what products you desperately need to survive in New York City.”

Abella Danger on cover of Office Spring/Summer 2019 issue

“They send us beauty products and we do a photo shoot with the beauty products, and then we also review them,” Danger elaborated. “We use the product for a few days and we write up our opinions on them. And it’s really cool because I get to try a bunch of different beauty products and it makes me feel like my opinion matters in the beauty world, and I get to have really amazing pictures taken of me in the process.” 

So far, Danger has reviewed various lipsticks and moisturizers as a Beauty Committee member. Appearing alongside her in the magazine’s Spring/Summer issue, it should be noted, are fellow adult stars Noemie Bilas, Sophia Grace, Kira Noir, Riley Reid, Kendra Spade, Angela White and Harmony Wonder.

Finally, Danger has just become the de facto darling of humor outlet Barstool’s Sports’ YouTube channel. As she explained, “I went to the Barstool Sports office, and I did this segment with them called ‘Answer the Internet,’ and in the video I answered some of the internet’s weirdest questions, and in three days it became the most watched video in Barstool Sports history.”

The video, which was posted July 9, has now topped 4 million views. See it here.

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