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Dirty Pop by Drew G

While many people have made a career out of re-creating what being a DJ authentically is, Drew G has taken the craft that is his passion and created a successful brand and career around what DJ’s consider their biggest instrument; the music. Not only utilizing the music that is already part of our dance floors, but crafting entirely musical creations of his own.

Kicking off his career on the East Coast over a decade ago and then expanding his brand into the West Cost and beyond, the one word that can constantly be used to describe Drew is versatility. Whether he is on playing for East Coast spots like The Ritz in New York City, Jersey Shore establishments like Paradise in Asbury Park, or Mardi Gras Weekend on the other side of the world in Sydney, Australia, you are assured slamming beats, peak hour anthems, and some darker beats to surprise you as the night gets later.

Inspired by a litany of other musical masters, Drew merged his talents with those of Brian Cua and created their own patented Dirty Pop brand, combining their own individual talents in both remixing as well as production. Falling under the SoCal House umbrella, their vibe merges house, circuit and EDM, and has found Drew & Brian collaborating with some of the biggest names in the business. Aside from partnering up with A-list names on their music, their Dirty Pop brand has expanded to now encompass the Number One traveling dance party in the country, as well as launching their own Dirty Pop apparel line.

Drew G’s sound can only be described as energetically stunning. Throbbing beats combined with soaring vocals turn classics into newer anthems and take the voices of both familiar vocalists and newer talents and make them into dance floor stunners. The signature of the quintessential Drew G sound is classic, electro-infused and always unpredictable.

The work Drew G has done has inevitably found it’s way to the top of the illustrious Billboard Charts. Together, Drew and Brian Cua have completed remixes for official remix packages for artists like Lady Gaga, Ke$ha, and Britney Spears, to name only a few. Like other DJ’s before him that found their muses in some of our biggest pop divas, Drew and Brian curated remixes for not one, but two of the world’s biggest, as they remixed tracks for both Beyonce and Madonna on their most recently albums. These brought such success that the world famous Tiesto could even be found using Dirty Pop remixes during his own magical sets.

To have their own sound evolve, DJ’s often need to step out of the DJ booth and expand their creativity, and Drew is no exception. He has produced a significant amount of solo products on his own, as well as expanded into engineering and writing projects of his own that keep the dance floors just as packed as when he is playing others material. Most recently, he has collaborated with Greece wunderkind GSP, who is regarded as one of the biggest DJ’s in all of Europe.

Recently, Drew has found that traveling the world is where he is gaining a multitude of his musical inspiration. Whether he is in New York City spinning at the Black Party, in Aspen, Colorado spinning at Ski Week or even in Washington D.C. playing at an inaugural ball for former President Barack Obama, Drew is gaining musical knowledge and inspiration from wherever he is landing

Drew has kicked off 2019 as busy as ever, and continues to tour the world, with his summer schedule finding him busier than ever. The sign of a true master behind the decks is someone that not just plays what they are passionate about, but is able to read their dance floor and know what they want to dance floor, almost before they know. Drew G is one of those rare kinds of DJ’s who does not just know what his dance floor wants to hear and play it, he is able to actually create it.

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Dirty Pop by Drew G

While many people have made a career out of re-creating what being a DJ authentically is, Drew G has taken the craft that is his passion and created a successful brand and career around what DJ’s consider their biggest instrument; the music. Not only utilizing the music that is already part of our dance floors, but crafting entirely musical creations of his own.

Kicking off his career on the East Coast over a decade ago and then expanding his brand into the West Cost and beyond, the one word that can constantly be used to describe Drew is versatility. Whether he is on playing for East Coast spots like The Ritz in New York City, Jersey Shore establishments like Paradise in Asbury Park, or Mardi Gras Weekend on the other side of the world in Sydney, Australia, you are assured slamming beats, peak hour anthems, and some darker beats to surprise you as the night gets later.

Inspired by a litany of other musical masters, Drew merged his talents with those of Brian Cua and created their own patented Dirty Pop brand, combining their own individual talents in both remixing as well as production. Falling under the SoCal House umbrella, their vibe merges house, circuit and EDM, and has found Drew & Brian collaborating with some of the biggest names in the business. Aside from partnering up with A-list names on their music, their Dirty Pop brand has expanded to now encompass the Number One traveling dance party in the country, as well as launching their own Dirty Pop apparel line.

Drew G’s sound can only be described as energetically stunning. Throbbing beats combined with soaring vocals turn classics into newer anthems and take the voices of both familiar vocalists and newer talents and make them into dance floor stunners. The signature of the quintessential Drew G sound is classic, electro-infused and always unpredictable.

The work Drew G has done has inevitably found it’s way to the top of the illustrious Billboard Charts. Together, Drew and Brian Cua have completed remixes for official remix packages for artists like Lady Gaga, Ke$ha, and Britney Spears, to name only a few. Like other DJ’s before him that found their muses in some of our biggest pop divas, Drew and Brian curated remixes for not one, but two of the world’s biggest, as they remixed tracks for both Beyonce and Madonna on their most recently albums. These brought such success that the world famous Tiesto could even be found using Dirty Pop remixes during his own magical sets.

To have their own sound evolve, DJ’s often need to step out of the DJ booth and expand their creativity, and Drew is no exception. He has produced a significant amount of solo products on his own, as well as expanded into engineering and writing projects of his own that keep the dance floors just as packed as when he is playing others material. Most recently, he has collaborated with Greece wunderkind GSP, who is regarded as one of the biggest DJ’s in all of Europe.

Recently, Drew has found that traveling the world is where he is gaining a multitude of his musical inspiration. Whether he is in New York City spinning at the Black Party, in Aspen, Colorado spinning at Ski Week or even in Washington D.C. playing at an inaugural ball for former President Barack Obama, Drew is gaining musical knowledge and inspiration from wherever he is landing

Drew has kicked off 2019 as busy as ever, and continues to tour the world, with his summer schedule finding him busier than ever. The sign of a true master behind the decks is someone that not just plays what they are passionate about, but is able to read their dance floor and know what they want to dance floor, almost before they know. Drew G is one of those rare kinds of DJ’s who does not just know what his dance floor wants to hear and play it, he is able to actually create it.

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