Sage The Gemini Songs

  • Stick Up
    Stick Up
    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
    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
    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
    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
    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
    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'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 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”.
  • Payback
    "Furious 7" is shaping up to be the hip-hop movie of 2015. Regardless of your expectations for the film, the soundtrack hosts some of the biggest stars in the game, and "Payback" is the most star-studded collab we've heard yet. The track features Juicy J, Kevin Gates, Future, and Sage the Gemini; four different rappers, and four wildly different rapping styles. One should note that this initial recording features a clip of "Ride Out", the soundtrack's leading single, in the seconds before "Payback" gets going.
  • Get'n To The Money
    Get'n To The Money
    The LA Leakers have been premiering a ton of new music thus far in 2015, and tonight they’re keeping the streak alive. Getting the green light from Rayven Justice, the LA radio station decided to premiere this new track tonight called “Get'n To The Money” featuring Sage The Gemini and Mistah Fab.
  • Nobody (Remix)
    Nobody (Remix)
    Anjali World is a singer-songwriter from the Bay area who’s been making some noise lately with songs like “Nobody” with Tyga and “We Turn Up” featuring French Montana. Tonight, she decides to give her “Nobody” cut the official remix treatment, recruiting Sage the Gemini for a guest verse.
  • Pull Up (CDQ)
    Pull Up (CDQ)
    The other week LA Leakers, who are known for giving us some freestyle exclusives and doing interviews with your favorite rappers on Power 106, dropped off their debut single with "Pull Up." Turns out they can also put together a nice record, calling upon The Invasion's P-Lo for production on the West Coast crew cut.
  • Pull Up (Radio Rip)
    Pull Up (Radio Rip)
    The LA Leakers just took to the airwaves moments ago and premiered their debut single “Pull Up” featuring West Coast rappers Kid Ink, Sage The Gemini & Iamsu! Produced by HBK Gang's own P-Lo, the upbeat record is definitely one for the clubs. Highlighted by its heavy West Coast-sounding production & catchy-ass hook, this has radio play & club spins written all over it. Look for it to be available for purchase on iTunes come New Year’s Eve (Jan. 31st). Take a close listen and let us know what ya think! This a new hit or nah?
  • Touchdown
    After teaming up with Tyga for a banger entitled "Conversation" in September, Mishon is back with another West Coast collab, this time with Sage The Gemini, called "Touchdown." 
  • Throw It Back
    Throw It Back
    League Of Starz have proved themselves as one of the most consistent production teams coming out of the West Coast, and their latest composition only further supports this notion. While Sage The Gemini is often known to do his own production, his slippery baritone sounds perfect over the R&B-tinged snap record.
  • Geronimo
    DJ/producer Clinton Sparks is prepared to drop a new album, ICONoclast, tomorrow and before he delivers the finished project he's letting fans hear one last single. He's enlisted singers T-Pain and Ty Dolla $ign as well as HBK Gang's Sage The Gemini for assistance on the dance record "Geronimo." Strong EDM influences on this, so it may not be for your average hip-hop fan. This follows up his last leak with T.I. "UV Love."
  • GDFR
    Flo Rida has made the dancefloor his home for the last decade or so, so it's only right that his latest song, "GDFR" (Going down for real), co-opts sounds from the most popular genre to dance to at the moment: EDM. Outfitted with a big, somewhat garish synth/horn hook and a preceding "drop," the Sage The Gemini-assisted number isn't as boldly electronic as "Turn Down For What," but it comes close.
  • Anyway
    Power 106's DJ Carisma hasn't made her own music before, but you'd never know that after listening to "Anyway," her debut single. Thanks to the track's stellar guest list, which includes Tory Lanez, Sage the Gemini, Eric Bellinger and Mishon, as well as production courtesy of League of Stars, the track is a noteworthy first entry. Made in the prevailing West Coast style of the moment, "Anyway" is a ratchet banger that's clearly aimed for the clubs. It's taken from Carisma's upcoming debut album, which is dropping in September. Stay tuned for more leaks from the project.
  • Loyal (Remix)
    Loyal (Remix)
    If Chris Brown is known for one thing, it's hits (both musical and literal). His latest, "Loyal," is no exception to the rule. And, as someone once said, "If you build it, they will remix it." Just a few hours after The Lox recorded an entirely remade version of the X single, a few more artists decided to try their hand at Nic Nac's instrumental namely Troy Ave, OT Genasis & Sage The Gemini.
  • Talk Dirty (Remix)
    Talk Dirty (Remix)
    "Talk Dirty" was released in the summer, but has only just recently peaked at number three on the Billboard Hot 100. Jason is thus getting his album out while the track is still hot, releasing his new project, also called Talk Dirty on April 15th. On the official remix, Sage The Gemini adds a verse. The Heartbreak Gang rapper is fresh off releasing his debut album this week, and his upbeat style is definitely a good match for the party anthem.