Two always makes a thing go right (and outta sight) so no questions were queued when laying my ears on a collaboration between Daley and Jessie J. Taking on a smattering of funk and spirited pop-soul, the UK crooners spread themselves all over "Remember Me" a track that is greasing the gears to Daley's career as it is his official debut to the masses.
I've already sung my praises of Daley after the release of his exceptional mixtape Those Who Wait last year, and it seems that my prediction of him taking over is unfolding. With Jessie J along for the ab-libs ride, "Remember Me" is all Daley's show and he puts on a good one. Sure, this bubbly number isn't akin to the smolder n' sex Daley laid out with Marsha Ambrosious on "Alone Together", but you have to dig on the fact that "Remember Me" has a killer Blueboy sample in its undercurrent (with Marlena Shaw's classic "Woman Of The Ghetto" unmistakably in its background) and a lot of 90's harmonizing know-how waffling through it to make for one major slice of success pie. The journey of Daley continues....well, after the cut for starters.