There are few sounds that are as fresh & innovative as those of Dallas based DJ/Producer and his Dirty Pop Brand. Based in Dallas Texas, the “Urban Cowboy” Drew G is constantly being heard out on the road, pushing dance floors worldwide to their limits.

Drew’s trademark “Dirty Pop” brand and production team (with fellow Producer Brian Cua, Manilla Philippines) blend house, circuit and EDM… all accompanied by the hottest vocals from the biggest names in music. As well, as his signature open format mashup sound.

Sonic boundaries mean nothing to Drew G – he breaks them day in and day out – thriving on the unexpected and never ceasing to surprise. A Dirty Pop live set is infused with relentless energy. Hard kicks and dark electro drops-Set to both new vocals and classics – fans never know what could be coming next.

Drew’s production work is no stranger to the top of the Billboard club charts either. The Billboard / DJ Times Reporting DJ along with Brian Cua have procured official remixes for some of the hottest artists in the world.

Lady Gaga, Whitney Houston, Ke$ha, Britney Spears, Deborah Cox & Mary J Blige…. Just to name a few.

2014 & 2015 were particular banner years for Dirty Pop’s production work. Two of the biggest artists in the world – Beyonce ( “Blow”, “Pretty Hurts”, “Drunk in Love”, “711” , “Love on Top” ) and Madonna (“Living for Love”, “Ghosttown”, “Bitch, I’m Madonna”) – personally selected Drew G and Brian Cua , commissioning them to remix their latest hit singles. These productions have been used by Djs in clubs around the globe. Even Tiesto – arguably the biggest DJ on the planet – has used Dirty Pop’s remixes in their live sets.

His success has continued to current day, having produced over 500 remixes and productions, the Get Out and Just Circuit Magazine Award winning DJ continues to keep push genre limits. In 2020 alone Drew has remixed Sam Smith & Demi Lovato’s single – “I’m Ready” , Lady Gaga’s “Stupid Love” & “Sour Candy”, Meduza’s “Lose Control” , Tina Turners “What’s Love Got to Do With it” ( Re-invisioned by Kygo) & Celine Dion’s “Imperfections” leading him to dip his hand into remixing country hits such as “I Hope” (Gabby Barrett) but you can’t leave out the landmark moment of 2019, remixing the mammoth metal band Bring Me The Horizon’s “Nihilist Blues” Amongst the numerous events around the globe that Drew has played are New York City’s Famous Black Party, Cherry Weekend in Washington DC, White Party Miami Palm Springs & Puerta Vallarta , Sydney Mardi Gras, Ascension in Fire Island Pines, Sand Blast in Asbury Park, Kitty Su in New Delhi India, a 2019 World tour as the official John Varvatos DJ and numerous Elevation Gay Ski Weeks all while holding down residencies at some of the biggest clubs in the country – The Chapel & Mickys In Los Angeles, Rich’s in San Diego, The Cuff in Seattle, Town in Washington DC, as well as his newest residency at District nightclub in Atlanta. However, you can always catch him at his home base, The Dallas Eagle where Dirty Pop is now one of the premier monthly events in the Big D.