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David Guetta, Kid Cudi's Miami-Shot "Memories" Video Premieres

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Apparently, French DJ/producer/clubland killjoy David Guetta and once-respectable, now-mild-douchebag MC Kid Cudi filmed a video in Miami -- and pretty damn near our offices. Thankfully, it was for the Guetta song "Memories" which is nowhere near as annoying as "Sexy Bitch." In the video, Guetta and Cudi stroll along Biscayne Boulevard as a bevy of hot and naked females film the whole thing. Yeah, we ruined the surprise, get over it. The T&A is censored anyway by strategically placed lyrics.

By the way, it's killing us that we can't identify the club the indoor scenes were filmed at. Anyone got a clue?

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