Sage The Gemini Songs

Watch What You Say
Watch What You Say
Siya Feat. Sage The Gemini
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We're a few hours away from the liberation of Siya's debut album SIYAvsSIYA. Everything the Brooklyn rapper has released from the album, including "My Sons" and "I Know I Know," bodes well for the full project. Yesterday she shared one final track in advance: "Watch What You Say."
737
737
Sean Sahand Feat. Sage The Gemini
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Sean Sahand is an R&B singer who hails from the Los Angeles greater metropolitan area. This morning, he released a song called "737" that has all the makings of a radio hit. If any song is going to launch Sahand's career, it's this one. "737" adheres to the DJ Mustard template for success: a beat organized around an elastic and undeniably catchy bass line and a couple well-placed fingersnaps. Proven Bay Area hitmaker Sage the Gemini delivers a few bars and Sahand urges his girl to "come and ride me like a 737."
Tambourine
Tambourine
Kool John Feat. Sage The Gemini
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HBK Gang’s Kool John continues to roll out new music off his forthcoming Up All Night project. After hitting us with the Larry June-assisted “No Chill” last week, the Bay Area rapper decides to come through today and share another leak with Sage The Gemini called “Tambourine.”
Do Not Disturb
Do Not Disturb
Sage The Gemini
VERY HOTTTTT
With exception to July’s “It Aint My Fault” release, Sage The Gemini has been relatively quite when it comes to the new music this year, which maybe due to his publicly-criticized break-up with singer Jordan Sparks that’s kept his mind pre-occupied.
Hands On It
Hands On It
TWRK Feat. Migos, Sage The Gemini & Sayyi
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At the top of the year, New York-based electronic production squad T/W/R/K dropped off a song called "Do What It Do" with OG Maco. It was the sort of song that makes dancing irresistible, when one is off the juice and in close proximity to a dance floor.
It Ain't My Fault
It Ain't My Fault
Sage The Gemini
VERY HOTTTTT
Sage The Gemini has a strong pop-songwriting ability, which makes it confusing that his recent singles haven't caught on in a major way. His latest, which is completely self-produced, is the same kind of dynamic, catchy arrangement that we've come to expect from the HBK rapper. Like much of his material, it's hard not to like, and the harmonized hook on this one is one of his more immediate in recent memory, so hopefully this becomes the hit it deserves to be.
Hot Coffee
Hot Coffee
Sage The Gemini Feat. Chippass
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Sage The Gemini is getting ready to release a new album later this year called Bachelor Party, but it’s been his break up with ex-girlfriend Jordan Sparks that’s been the center of attention as of lately.
I'll Keep Loving You
I'll Keep Loving You
Sage The Gemini
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Right now, Sage the Gemini is living up to his Heartbreak Gang membership. He delivers a gorgeous song that mixes crooning and rapping while he lays some feelings bare in his lyrics. Sage doesn’t explicitly call out the subject of his attention, but the lyrics are quite personal and we can wager a guess who they’re about.
Myself
Myself
Sage The Gemini Feat. Chevy Woods
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Keeping his word, Sage The Gemini decides to come through today and share his first offering of 2016 called “Myself” featuring Taylor Gang’s own Chevy Woods.
#BDAY
#BDAY
Tank Feat. Chris Brown, Sage The Gemini & Siya
VERY HOTTTTT
Looking to move on from the R&B group TGT, Tank is now shifting his focus towards his upcoming solo album Sex, Love & Pain II. Due out January 22, the 12-track project will feature guest appearances from Wale, Yo Gotti, Chris Brown, Sage The Gemini, Rich Homie Quan, and more.
It's Going Up
It's Going Up
Mally Mall Feat. Sage The Gemini & Jewelz
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"It's Going Up" is a throw-back to those mid-'00 days when the hyphy movement was at its peak. This beat woulda been great to hit the thizzle face to back in the day.
#YAK (You Already Know)
#YAK (You Already Know)
Da Brat Feat. Eric Bellinger & Sage The Gemini
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When it comes to making a hit, Sage The Gemini and Eric Bellinger aren't a bad team to enlist. Da Brat has done just that on "#YAK," which is a hefty does of west coast bounce, inflected with plenty of melody from its two features. Meanwhile, Brat comes through with her classic style, bringing plenty of personality and technical skill to her verses. It's definitely a different feel for a Chicago artist, but it works pretty well. 
Stick Up
Stick Up
Sage The Gemini
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Sage the Gemini has quickly returned after delivering "Anti" with Iamsu! twelve days ago. This time the rapper brings along Lucky Daye for the Mansa-produced "Stick Up." With catchy, string-driven production that wouldn't be out of place on a movie, Sage the Gemini warns that he's no longer playing around-- a sentiment he also echoed on twitter. Sage is ready to blow and he's not taking no for an answer: "It's a wrap my rage starts now I'm not playin with it NO MORE new music new artist new house new love here it go."
Anti
Anti
Sage The Gemini Feat. Iamsu!
VERY HOTTTTT
Following his heavy hook on a Flo Rida hit, Sage The Gemini seems like he could be being groomed as a new crossover artist, most recently teaming up with none other than Nick Jonas for "Good Thing". Still, even if if he does go that route, he won't be leaving his HBK crew behind, turning in a record filled with the same Bay Area bounce his team has made their name off, and enlisting frequent collaborator Iamsu! to play wingman once again.
Foreign
Foreign
Berner, Sage The Gemini, Keak Da Sneak & Snow Tha Product
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Staying true to his word, Taylor Gang’s Berner decides to come through tonight and share a new track called “Foreign,” featuring Sage The Gemini, Keak Da Sneak, & Snow Tha Product.
Stay Up
Stay Up
Hit-Boy Feat. Sage The Gemini & K. Roosevelt
VERY HOTTTTT
After celebrating his 28th birthday in May with the release of “Go All Night” featuring Travis Scott, producer Hit-Boy decides to get back to the music tonight and share another new track for us called "Stay Up" featuring Sage The Gemini & K. Roosevelt.
Good Thing
Good Thing
Sage The Gemini Feat. Nick Jonas
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After releasing "Guantanamera" with Trey Songz, Sage the Gemini confirms his pop appeal with a new single with Nick Jonas, "Good Thing."  Sage begins the song with some quietly angry raps which lead into a heartfelt lament from the former Jonas brother, who's been infusing his music with R&B since going solo. As Nick finds his range, the beat turns EDM before cooling down to let Sage provide the lyrical interlude.  With more crossover tracks like this, Sage is poised to be one of the most successful members of the HBK Gang. 
Guantanamera
Guantanamera
Sage The Gemini Feat. Trey Songz
VERY HOTTTTT
After many previews on his IG, Sage The Gemini decides to come through tonight and finally release the full version to his new single “Guantanamera”, featuring Trey Songz.
Somebody (Remix)
Somebody (Remix)
Natalie La Rose Feat. Jeremih, Fetty Wap, Sage The Gemini & Troy Ave
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Natalie La Rose's new Jeremih-featured single, "Somebody," has been tearing up the charts and airwaves these past few weeks. Looking to capatilize off her momentum, Natalie decides to recruit buzzing sensation Fetty Wap, Sage The Gemini, and Troy Ave for the official remix to it.
Mr. Me Too
Mr. Me Too
Sage The Gemini Feat. Berner, Symba & Project Poppa
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Sage The Gemini has been relatively quiet when it comes to releasing new music lately, but that all changes today. Calling on Berner, Symba, and Project Poppa for some assistance, Sage decides to come through and treat fans to a new track called “Mr. Me Too”.