While the name may escape you, if you’ve got even a fingernail on the pulse of pop culture, you’ve almost certainly heard DAWG’s music before. As a hip-hop producer, DAWG's production, writing, and studio prowess have enabled him to assemble a group of elite collaborators that read like a who's who of pop music. Between the clubs, radio, film and TV, and the Billboard Hot 100, DAWG’s paw prints have been left on records far and wide, from the likes of Tyga and Lil Jon, to Mac Dre, Ludacris, to logging up studio hours alongside Scott Storch, Ant Clemons and Usher Inspired by Los Angeles’ melting pot parties like Space Yacht and Brownies & Lemonade, DAWG’s sound is a hybrid of rap-ready beats meets festival energy. Known as “junkyard bass,” the premise is simple - take the club-appeal of rap beats, and put the energy on steroids. Unleashed and unchained, DAWG exploded onto the scene with several million streams on a Post Malone remix. He returns with another powerful remix, this time of a throwback Dance record "Memories", originally by Kid Cudi and David Guetta, giving it a major facelift and taking it from a feel-good, upbeat jam to a dark and hip-hop injected banger. I've had this flip on remix for a few days now and don't feel like changing it anytime soon!