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Remember Me [Deluxe Version]
     

Remember Me [Deluxe Version]

by Sage the Gemini
 

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Hook-filled, simple, and sharp, "Gas Pedal" is one of those nasty earworms that gets stuck in the head the first time it's encountered in the club or on radio, plus it comes with a dash of unique cool, which is that full-bodied soul strut California's HBK Gang bring to the table. Iamsu!, Chief, and P-Lo are members of that gang too, but after

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Hook-filled, simple, and sharp, "Gas Pedal" is one of those nasty earworms that gets stuck in the head the first time it's encountered in the club or on radio, plus it comes with a dash of unique cool, which is that full-bodied soul strut California's HBK Gang bring to the table. Iamsu!, Chief, and P-Lo are members of that gang too, but after the 2013 release of "Gas Pedal," HBK member Sage the Gemini winds up first out of the gate with a major-label debut. Good choice too, as here he's overcoming all obstacles and quickly following up an excellent, yet lightweight, hit with a very good party of an album. "Bad Girls" is nothing but a pop-rap stripper anthem that drools over the ladies, and yet it's also something akin to hearing Nate Dogg stone cold macking over cloud rap, so true ballers shouldn't be caught on their night ride without a copy. "College Drop" sounds like Bun B was commissioned to write an anthem for rush week and fielded the hook out to Soulja Boy, while the syrupy and stumbling "Down on Your Luck" sounds like a woozy demo that Future never picked up, and it's his loss. If these cuts sound overly derivative or cookie cutter, know that "Don't You" sounds like a "Gas Pedal" clone dropped just seven cuts after its father, but with a guest list that reads like HBK Gang regulars plus mega-pop star Justin Bieber added to the "Gas Pedal" remix, no one should be expecting any kind of Black Hippy depth, Shadyville-styled hardcore, or Chuck D-pleasing sense of purpose. Back in the day, Remember Me would have been titled Gas Pedal: The Album, so feed off the good times and clever ideas that power this party record because Sage is a great host, juggling familiar and fun with ease. [A 2014 Deluxe Version added two bonus tracks.]

Product Details

Release Date:
03/25/2014
Label:
Empire Musicwerks
UPC:
0602537749935
catalogNumber:
2022202
Rank:
8147

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Performance Credits

Sage the Gemini   Primary Artist

Technical Credits

Jay Fort   Composer
D&D Crew   Producer
Justin Henderson   Composer
P-Lo   Producer
Tha Bizness   Producer
Donna Gryn   Marketing
Justin Bieber   Composer
Dominique Logan   Composer
Chioke McCoy   Executive Producer
Christopher Whitacre   Composer
Eric Bellinger   Composer
Omar Loya   Engineer
Sean McMillion   Composer
Marshall Bryant   Engineer
Ralph Jeanty   Composer
Donte Blacksher   Composer
Jay Ant   Producer
Sage the Gemini   Producer,Engineer
August Alsina   Composer
League of Starz   Producer
Sudan Williams   Composer
Dominic Wynn Woods   Composer
Dominic Woods   Executive Producer
Paulo Rodriguez   Composer
Gilbert Milam   Composer
Jonathan Faulk   Composer
Kuya Beats   Producer
Paolo Rodriguez   Composer

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