Jeremih & Pat Corcoran land on Forbes 30 Under 30 list


Congrats are most definitely in order to Pat The Manager a.k.a. Pat Corcoran and Jeremih, who both landed on Forbes’ highly esteemed 30 Under 30 list for the music world. As you’re likely well aware, Pat manages a slew of talent including Chance The Rapper, Towkio and Knox Fortune. He and Haight Brand have had a banner year, so bravo to him.

Elsewhere on the list is Jeremih, who had an incredible 2017, releasing his Late Nights Europe project, while continuing to promote his Late Nights album which dropped in December of 2015. Jeremih also assisted on a number of chart toppers, and dropped a collabo mixtape with Chance The Rapper for Christmas. Oh yeah, and he performed at FSD Presents in Los Angeles in November. What a time!

Read the full article and see the list here.


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Chance The Rapper & Jeremih join forces for holiday mixtape ‘Merry Christmas Lil’ Mama’



No, you’re not dreaming. Yes, this is realer than Old Saint Nick. Christmas done came early this year, ladies and gentlemen, and it has come in the form of a brand new nine-song collaborative EP from Chance The Rapper and Jeremih.

Where did this come from? I don’t know. When did they record it? I can’t tell you that. But I can tell you that it’s a brand new endeavor filled with brand new music and holiday cheer. Two of my favorite artists on a whole album? Yeah this is a reality.

Listen now, and Merry Christmas to all and to all a good night.

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Big Sean f/ Chance the Rapper & Jeremih – Living Single


Produced by Cam O’bi

As he closes out 2016, Big Sean has taken note of how good the year has been to him. To celebrate the latest blessing, “Bounce Back” officially touching the Billboard Top 40, Sean Don lets loose the official version of “Living Single” with assists from Chano, Mih and Cam. A leaked version of this record surfaced a few months back that also had a Smino verse. Understandable, as this one’s on the lengthy side as it is. Hopefully, Smi links up with these guys on other projects, as I could definitely see every combination producing some fire.

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Jeremih is off the Summer’s Over Tour with PartyNextDoor


After a number of incidents, altercations and mishaps; Live Nation is reporting that Jeremih has been removed from the Summer’s Over tour with PartyNextDoor. To be honest, that was pretty evident after Jeremih had some harsh words for PND and his crew the other night in Dallas. I couldn’t imagine they would carry on after that incident.

In a statement to Pitchfork, a Live Nation rep stated:

Live Nation’s top priority is helping artists and performers create great shows for their fans.  With this in mind, we’ve decided it’s best for the Summer’s Over Tour to continue without Jeremih, effective immediately. After multiple incidents we are left with no other choice. We do not support these actions or take these actions lightly. Ticketholders may request a full refund at point of purchase, which will forfeit access to the entire show. No partial refunds will be issued.

I guess we can kiss that collabo album goodbye, sadly. Bye bye Late Night Party. 

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Rumors of a Jeremih Impersonator Circulate Following Houston Performance


2016 just gets weirder and weirder.

Following their stop in Chicago earlier this week, Jeremih and PartyNextDoor’s Summer’s Over Tour headed to Houston last night — except Bossip is reporting that ‘Mih never actually hit the stage.

Per Bossip, fans in Houston were treated to a performance from a Jeremih imposter that performed with shades and a hood on the entire time rather than ‘Mih himself. Why, you ask? Well, word has it that Jeremih still was upset following an incident during his Chicago performance where his sound got cut, leading him to leave the stage.

Says Bossip:

We’re told that the reason Jeremih threw a temper tantrum and stormed off stage in Chicago was because he tried to go over his allotted time as the opening act and PND’s folks had the sound man cut his music. That brings us to last night in Houston. We’re told that Jeremih was so mad that he was relegated to a mere opener that he sent his homeboy out on stage disguised as him to lip-sync his songs!

I don’t know if I believe that a fake Jeremih hit the stage last night, but hey — stranger things have happened this year. Watch footage from last night’s performance from Jeremih(?) below and stay tuned for updates.

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