Frenchie Montana is going on a music leaking spree over the next few weeks. He has his long-awaited Mac & Cheese follow up dropping early next year, but tomorrow he’s giving us a free EP, The Appetizer, featuring all new songs, presumably the ones not landing on Mac & Cheese. Jeremih shows up to help him on “Bad B*tch.”
We just want that Jeremih album, though. That would be the real Holiday gift.
Produced by Zaytoven, Metro Boomin and Yung Berg.
Nicki enlists the help of Jeremih, Berg, Zay and Metro for “Want Some More,” a banger from her upcoming Pinkprint LP. This record is just one of the two joints that feature Jeremih and can be streamed below the jump.
The Pinkprint hits stores and digital retailers December 15th.
After Jeremih’s video was suspiciously removed from YouTube earlier this week, ‘Mih and team have decided to let go the Mp3 version of their pretty incredible collab, “Big Dawg Shit.” This is another dope Jeremih release in a year of top notch offerings from the Chi City crooner.
We just need that album — or at least a solid release date.
Red Cafe just dropped a new project on iTunes and one of the standouts features the white hot Jeremih, who does his thing alongside Fabolous and Tank.
Directed by Dark Nyte and Shon Frames.
The Big Dawgs are off the leash, and Jeremih and Chi Hoover are trying to steer clear of the pound. These two dogs go wild in the new video, which may or may not be from Jeremih’s highly anticipated albeit mysterious new album, Late Nights: The Album.
Another dope record from Jeremih, who has had a banner year already. Woof!
It’s not even December yet, but today DUB Magazine unveiled their 2015 cover, which just so happens to feature Chicago’s red hot R&B representative, Jeremih. They even give his forthcoming album (which we’re still waiting on a release date for), Late Nights, some shine to boot.
The issue hits stands today and should be available at your favorite magazine retailers. Don’t tell ‘em I didn’t warn you.
Produced by Big Fruit.
K Camp taps Jeremih for the official remix of “Blessing,” which originally appeared on Camp’s In Due Time LP. Would’ve been nice to hear ‘Mih on the original version, but this remix will make the wait for Late Nights: The Album a little better.
Listen to what K Camp and Jeremih put together below.
We were saddened when Jeremih and Def Jam didn’t stick to their September 20th release date for his highly anticipated third album, Late Nights: The Album. But as they say, good things come to this who wait, and it appears that November 10th is the revised date. Well, tentative at least. It seems awfully close to just be dropping it out of thin air like this, but we do have a track list which you can now find below.
Juicy J, J. Cole, YG, Trey Songz, Fabolous, French Montana and Flo Rida will all appear. This has most definitely been one of our most anticipated albums of 2014, so let’s hope it delivers. I have a feeling it will. Hit the jump to check it out.
We’re panicking a little since Late Nights: The Album still hasn’t dropped, but Jeremih comes though with some new music to make the wait a little better. For his latest offering, ‘Mih adds his own touch to French Montana’s “Don’t Panic” and even includes Chris Brown’s remix verse.
Check out what ‘Mih put together below. Late Nights: The Album is on the way. Funk Flex‘s tags for now.
Last night, Polo Grounds/RCA artists Sicko Mobb linked with Def Jam repper Jeremih at Chicago’s CRC Studios to cook up some new music. Rumor has it this collaboration is for Sicko Mobb’s major label debut, which will be out early next year. The sonic sounds of Jeremih and Sicko’s couldn’t be more different, but opposites attract and this could be a monstrous record if executed correctly.
Rappers such as YP, Armani and Get Gwop were also on hand at CRC, so this could truly be a family affair. Hit the jump for more pictures. Looking forward to this one.