Jennifer Hudson-I Remember Me [Album Review]

Jennifer Hudson has been such a major presence in the industry, it’s almost hard to believe it’s been 3 years since she dropped her debut album. First time out the gate she won a Grammy that adds even more pressure than normal for a new artist trying to dodge the “sophomore album curse”. After listening to this album I am a believer that JHud has nothing to worry about. The songs I find myself playing repeatedly are:

No One Gonna Love You produced by Rich Harris. I was pleasantly surprised at how well the track complimented the lyrics. This track is mid tempo and boasts some impressive keys but doesn’t outshine JHud’s powerful vocals.

I Got This-Another mid tempo but motivational song-the title pretty much says it all. This is easily my favorite song on the album.

Don’t Look Down produced by Alicia Keys and Salaam Remi-This is a very smooth dance track that has a 70s vibe to it. It’s a very fun track with a spring feel to it. I love this song.

Overall, this isn’t the best female R&B album of all time. Vocally Jennifer Hudson is one of the greatest voices of all time but sadly the songwriting was mediocre at best. She puts forth a solid effort with this album there’s more hot than not on this album. I do hope on her next project she works with songwriters and producers that are as skilled at their craft as she is-she deserves nothing less. This album was released on March 22 and is currently available for purchase.


TJ is one of our Managing Editors and resident gadget collector. In true G Style form her love for tech and fashion feed off of each other. Very atypical female - a heel wearing tomboy that's into gadgets, fashion, music, shoes ... the list is endless. The Brooklyn Native currently resides in central Florida with her equally geeked out teen but frequents many tech events in NYC as her schedule allows. If it's chic and geek with a million functions Tej is all about it!