Video by Jack Edinger
On August 21st, Colt 45 joined forces with Fake Shore Drive and 1833 Presents for a once in a lifetime Juicy J party/concert/extravaganza. We held court at Reggies Rock Club in Chicago for an action packed night featuring a secret live performance from the Juice Man, which included a revolving door of Chicago’s top stars.
Not only were fans, fam and lucky ticket winners treated to a freebie Juicy set, but also surprise appearances from the likes of Chance The Rapper, Jeremih and Katie Got Bandz. King Louie was also a surprise act on the bill, who tore the house down with his endless string of hits before Juicy graced the stage. Pulling it all together was the maestro for the night, DJ Victoriouz, who had the crowd going crazy with his spectacular DJ set.
It was a truly a night to remember. So if you attended and want to see a recap, or if you snoozed and want to see what you missed, we have a dope video above courtesy of Jack Edinger and Colt 45. Don’t miss the next one. Don’t say we didn’t warn you.
773 love in the 212.
vitaminwater and Fader kicked off their #uncapped series last week in NYC with DJ Envy, Run The Jewels and Chicago’s own Jeremih. That’s a pretty dope lineup.
Today, FaderTV comes through with a clip of Jeremih performing “773 Love” from that night. Check it out above. Hopefully, #uncapped stops through the Chi this year — yes, we’re looking at you vitaminwater and Fader.
Congrats are in order to Jeremih, who just hit #1 on the rhythmic radio charts. As of yesterday’s Jeremih’s most recent hit, “Don’t Tell Em,” featuring the red-hot YG topped said chart. This record has been bubbling for a few months now, so it’s nice to see it has climbed all the way to that number one spot. DJ Mustard and Mick Shultz gave ‘Mih a monster, so let’s see how long it will sit atop the charts.
Late Nights: The Album coming September 30th.
Produced by Da Internz.
More new music from Jeremih, who joins fellow R&B singer Omarion on “Show Me”. Not sure where this joint’s from or where it’s set to land, but we sure hope there’s more like this in the chamber from ‘Mih and O.
Listen to “Show Me” below, via Fader.
Directed by Gil Green.
DJ Khaled gets some help from Jeremih, Chris Brown, Future Hendrix and August Alsina for “Hold You Down”, the latest single from Khaled’s upcoming I Changed A Lot LP. Pretty smooth stuff here.
Check out the video above then head over to iTunes to cop the single.
We can rejoice. The second half of 2014 is barely underway, and we’ve already graciously received one new project from Jeremih, his collaborative EP with producer Shlohmo, No More. But upping the ante is this brand new, out of the blue mixtape, N.O.M.A. [Not On My Album], which features all new music that — you guessed it — won’t be on his upcoming album. Two new projects in the span of as many weeks? Crazy, right? Well, even crazier is that his third album under the Def Jam imprint has been retitled and granted an official release date (Late Nights: The Album, September 30th.)
So to kick off his new campaign, he’s giving us yet another free project. But are these throwaways? Hell nah, never that. This stuff is A1 quality. We’ve yet to hear it, but you can expect nothing but fire from Mr. ‘Mih. N.O.M.A. is here. Grab it below.
FINALLY. We FINALLY have a release date for Jeremih’s long-awaited third album on Def Jam, which was previously to be titled Thumpy Johnson. It’s been almost four years since the release of his last project on the label, 2010′s All About You. So it’s a relief to hear it’s actually coming — and the new date in question is September 30th (which is basically four years to the day).
The great news is that Jeremih has renamed the project, titling this new opus Late Nights: The Album, because ‘Mih claims he’s in the same zone as he was when he recorded the best work of his career, 2012′s Late Nights — which I still bump religiously.
The last body of work I put out was ‘Late Nights.’ I still feel like how I was feeling when I recorded that. I was traveling, up late nights, recording all the time. It just felt like every record was catering to… I imagined if it was a big bed in the club, everybody would be in one big ass orgy off of all the songs [on the LP]. My first two albums I was making sad songs. I don’t feel like that no more. I was in a relationship then. I’m single as hell right now. You’re getting the best of my last single years. [Laughs]
Jeremih also has a new mixtape, NOMA (Not On My Album), dropping Monday (8/4)
Directed by Elevator.
Sure, Jeremih just dropped an EP with Shlohmo, but more new music is on the way. On August 4th, Jeremih will release a collection of new music that won’t be included on his forthcoming album — aptly titled Not On My Album.
Excited yet? We are. While we wait for the tape, Jeremih drops off a video for “She Know It” featuring Chi Hoover which serves as the first drop from N.O.M.A. Check it out above, thanks to Fader.
Okay, so we’ve been waiting on this one forever. Seems like for years. I mean, it probably hasn’t taken that long to come out, but no time to dwell on that — it’s out. And it just dropped completely out of the blue, mysteriously on the website you’ll find below. No more games, the Jeremih Shlohmo EP is now here.