K Camp f/ Jeremih – Change


Produced by Nash Beats.

Before his debut LP hits stores and iTunes this Friday (9/4), K Camp gives everyone one last preview of what they can expect from the album with the Jeremih-assisted “Change.” Listen to “Change” below and be sure to grab Only Way Is Up when it drops Friday.

Can’t wait until Friday? Well, you can catch K Camp at DTLR this Thursday and grab a signed copy of the album. Doesn’t get doper than that. More details on how you can snag a signed copy of the album from Camp himself and where can be directly below.

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Jeremih’s “Planes” Is The #1 Urban Song In America


Is this the fourth number #1 song for Jeremih, or the fifth? Either way, congrats are in order, yet again, for Jeremih who has topped the charts with “Planes,” featuring J. Cole, six months after its initial release.

So if you’re keeping score at home, that’s two number ones on Billboard from Jeremih’s long-awaited and longer-delayed project, Late Nights: The Album. We’ve been waiting on the album for well over a year now, but Jeremih keeps delivering singles so we’re sure he’s in no rush.

The track has over 30 million plays on YouTube. And another one…

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Preview: Lil Durk f/ Lil Wayne, Jeremih & Fetty Wap “Like Me (Remix)”


Fresh off the release of his Def Jam debut, Remember My Name, Lil Durk is already planning to drop a brand new mixtape, 300 Days and 300 Nights. The project is slated for an October 19th release, and Durk has big plans for the rollout. The biggest being his official remix of his single “Like Me,” which is set to feature Lil Wayne, Fetty Wap and Jeremih.

Last night, Durk took to IG to preview Wayne’s verses, which is incredibly Chicago-centric. So yeah, this remix is the real deal. And we can’t wait to hear it. Hit the jump for a sneak peek courtesy of Durk. More details as they become available…

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FSD Feature: Why Isn’t This On The Radio: Jeremih’s “Let It Go”


Words by Carlos Arrieta (@LOSO.70)

Ever since “Don’t Tell Em” shot up the charts in 2014, the chatter has been about when Jeremih’s highly anticipated album, Late Nights, would actually drop. There has been plenty of frustration over the numerous album pushbacks among fans and critics alike. However, Jeremih has done his part to feed his fans with good music. In the time between “Don’t Tell Em” dropped and now, he’s released an incredible EP in collaboration with Shlohmo titled No More. No More consists of six original songs, all produced by Shlohmo, all with vocals by Jeremih, and most importantly, all bangers. Simply put, this EP is amazing. Yet, I’ve never heard it mentioned out in the real world; never hear any of the songs from it in any of the local clubs or played by a DJ — and I’ve never once heard it on the radio.

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