J. Cole’s upcoming Forest Hills Drive Tour is divided into acts and for act 3, a few of the Midwest’s finest will be joining in on the fun.
Act 3, titled “Hollywood,” features Big Sean, Jeremih and the Windy’s native Dreamville representer, Omen, who’s actually providing support for all acts of the tour alongside fellow Dreamville artists Bas and Cozz. That’s a pretty crazy lineup.
The tour won’t be stopping in the Chi until July (July 28th, to be exact), so you have some time to prepare yourself. Check out the full list of dates for the tour below and be sure to grab your tickets once they’re available.
This is a hit. Right? I know I’m not buggin’. That’s why this video got the rush treatment and is starting to heat up airwaves errwhere. You can’t lose with a Whitney Houston flip like this. Check out their vibrant video up top. Could this me ‘Mih’s next chart-topper?
Scream Tour back.
After taking a few years off, the Scream Tour is back for 2015 as Scream Nation: The Reintroduction Tour and will feature Jeremih, Dej Loaf and Kid Ink as the first set of headliners.
Kid Ink, Jeremih and Dej Loaf are the first headliners set for the return of the popular and influential R&B/hip-hop franchise the Scream Tour. Promoted by Live Nation, the 24-city Scream Nation: The Reintroduction Tour will kick off on March 12 in St. Louis. Additional performers will be announced shortly for the six-week run, which wraps on April 26 in Detroit.
The upcoming tour marks the first project under the new Scream Nation joint venture between Live Nation and Michael Mauldin, the creator and producer of the Scream Tour brand. Under the Scream Nation banner, a diverse array of shows and tours built around urban music and culture will be produced throughout the year. The last formal Scream Tour took place in 2012.
The Scream Nation Tour will be stopping in Chicago on March 13th, so be sure to mark your calendar and cop tickets once they go on sale this Friday (1/30). The full list of dates and locations you’ll be able to catch Jeremih, Dej and Kid Ink live can be found below the jump.
Super producer and Midwest repper, Soundz, who now calls Los Angeles home, is stepping out from behind the boards this year to drop his first-ever mixtape as a solo artist. And of course he has a little help from his friends.
Soundz resume spans from pop to rap to R&B and his client list reads like a who’s who of the current music industry (Justin Bieber, Usher, Trey Songz, Chris Brown and many others), so it’s only right he shows the world what he can do for dolo.
Today we get the first leak from the tape — which features frequent collaborator Jeremih, and they take it straight to the bucket like 2-3. His Royal Airness, of course.
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J and J link up for the long-awaited new single from the still long-awaited album, Late Nights: The Album. These two undoubtedly take flight here. Sky is the limit, indeed.
Fun fact: Chance The Rapper was on the O.G. version of that. Someone do the right thing and let that one fly. Get it?
Better late than never, right? The official remix of Mih’s 2014 smash, “Don’t Tell Em” finally gets a video, and this is just as crispy as you can imagine. We’re still highly anticipating Jeremih’s long-awaited Late Nights: The Album, so one can only hope that 2015 brings that. Also, his tour with French Montana (who is featured here, duh) should be happening this spring. Color us excited. Please tell ‘em.
The first single from Wale’s highly anticipated new album, The Album About Nothing, gets a video. You can expect that album due out on March 31st via MMG/Warner. This is a nice first look, with Jeremih assassinating the hook per usual.
The Fader linked up with Jeremih to visit his childhood home on the southside, meet his family and even take the old bus route that ‘Mih used to take daily before inking with Def Jam.
Pretty cool stuff here. Watch the full clip above. Late Nights: The Album is rumored to be hitting stores in February. Let’s hope that’s true.
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.