Dawg Flips David Guetta and Kid Cudi’s Classic “Memories” Into Trap Madness

Bringing together past and present, while showcasing his unique sound, Dawg just released a brand new flip of “Memories,” taking Kid Cudi’s vocals from the 2009 David Guetta dance classic, and infusing them with infectious adlibs by Travis Scott and Quavo. The result is a breathtaking ride through hard hitting 808s and timeless trap production, a perfect example of Dawg’s self-dubbed “junkyard bass” sound. 

With immense production and songwriting experience, Dawg is undoubtedly buzzing in recent years. His work can be heard on records by the likes of Tyga, Lil Jon, Mac Dre and Ludacris, while he has been in the studio with Scott Storch, Ant Clemons, Usher and many more. 

“After hearing the Scotts record I was inspired to flip a Cudi joint and put Travis adlibs over it. And since Memories was a dance record originally, it felt like a unique and dope song to redo with a hip hop vibe,” explained Dawg.




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