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.
Unfortunately, Jeremih’s album is not dropping next week (insert double frowny face.) But while we wait on official word regarding the release of Late Nights: The Album, ‘Mih and company have decided to let this new joint fly to try and hold you over.
The album is highly anticipated and “Nobody But U” just raised the stakes. Another fire joint. Look for the single with J. Cole to drop next week sometime.
Jeremih and Boosie Badazz join CMG’s Snootie Wild on the official remix of “Made Me’, which you can listen to below the jump. Spotted at ‘Plex.
Jeremih’s Late Nights: The Album is said to be dropping October 7th — hopefully, that’s still the case.
Well, a remix of ‘Mih’s #1 hit, “Don’t Tell ‘Em.” emerged this week featuring Ty Dolla $ign and French Montana. However today, another remix featuring the Migos hit the internets. Is this official? Don’t know, don’t care. It’s the Migos on “Don’t Tell ‘Em.” Need we say more? HURRICANE WRIST. Check it out below.
The biggest R&B record in the country finally gets an all-star remix. French Montana and Ty Dolla $ign show up to aid and assist. Now if we could just get that pesky video — I mean it is the #1 song on the Rhythmic and R&B charts, after all.
Mih’s Late Nights: The Album is due out September 30th.
Directed by Austin Peters and SuS Boy.
Jeremih and Shlohmo’s No More EP is one of the best projects we’ve heard this year, seriously. Each record on the six-track EP deserves a video, but the extended cut of “.. All The Time” gets the visual treatment first.
Watch the official clip for “All The Time” above and look for Jeremih’s new LP, Late Nights: The Album, to hit stores very soon.
Congrats are most definitely in order for Jeremih, as it was announced over the weekend that his current #1 hit, “Don’t Tell ‘Em (featuring YG),” has just snagged a gold plaque. That’s 500,000 sold. In an era when even the biggest and most heavily promoted artists struggle to move units, pushing 500k of a single without a video is no small feat. This accomplishment feels super organic, as this record has not been shoved down our throats or had a ton of promotion.
Thankfully Def Jam has seemingly fast-tracked his new album, Late Nights: The Album, which was set to drop on September 30th. However, with only 15 days out it seems unlikely Def Jam will stick to that date. In fact, Amazon now has the album up for pre-order with a street date of October 7th. No official word from Jeremih’s camp has been released, however, so we’ll just stick to 9/30 for now.
Check out the cover art for Late Nights: The Album above, and the gold announcement for the single below.
Shot By Tyga. Edited By Alex Nazari.
DJ SpinKing assembles an all-star cast for his latest video, which takes its ensemble and leading ladies for some serious adult swimming at the beach. Jeremih was the lifeguard on duty. Check it out up top. Don’t drown.
Wale’s been hard at work on The Album About Nothing with Jerry Seinfeld and tonight, we get the first single from it which features none other than Jeremih.
Sounds like these two have another hit on their hands — this is too nice. Stream “The Body” below.
Sidenote: That Kells flip is great.