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  • Summary: The debut full-length studio release for the San Francisco Bay Area rapper features guest appearances from Jay Ant, August Alsina, Eric Bellinger, Iamsu!, Kool John, and Shady Bo.
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Gas Pedal
Ho ho holy shit Slow down, grab the wall Wiggle like you tryna make yo ass fall off Hella thick I wanna smash 'em all, now Speed up, gas pedal gas... See the rest of the song lyrics
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  1. Apr 4, 2014
    Remember Me keeps its mood light and its stakes low, and in the process delivers a much needed breezy counterpoint to all the knotty, fatalistic shit coming out of HBK’s downstate peers that’s every bit as true to Cali as the gangsters and the thinkers.
  2. May 6, 2014
    Remember Me isn't a perfect album, but it has some great songs and a lot of promise.
  3. The Wire
    Jul 21, 2014
    Remember Me lacks depth, being essentially a collection of keg party crowd pleasers, but its biggest singles are undeniable. [Jun 2014, p.63]
  4. Apr 1, 2014
    Remember Me’s faults definitely hold it back, but it’s still largely likeable and satisfying when it comes to simply being festive West Coast party Hip Hop.
  5. Apr 1, 2014
    Its greatest moments shine through in club hits that seeped through virally on the web and made him a nationwide phenomenon on the radio, it’s other moments aren’t as flashy.
  6. Apr 3, 2014
    Overall, the record is buoyed by relentless exuberance and good-natured charm.
  7. Apr 1, 2014
    Three-quarters of Remember Me, which is mainly produced by Gemini or his like-minded associate P-Lo, sounds great on iPhone speakers. But the rest of the album is too slow and soggy.

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  1. Apr 7, 2015
    Probably one of the best debuts of 2014. Sage has plenty of talent as a producer along with P-Lo. He also has skills as a rapper. He's notProbably one of the best debuts of 2014. Sage has plenty of talent as a producer along with P-Lo. He also has skills as a rapper. He's not especially lyrical, but he can rap. However, this isn't clearly seen on the album's most popular singles, "Red Nose" and "Gas Pedal". It is seen more on the title track and most other songs on the album. I would highly suggest this over IAmSu's debut, Sincerely Yours. Grade: B. Highlights: "Remember Me", "College Drop", "Nothing to Me". Worst song: "Desert of Mirages" Expand