What You Want
THEY. is inciting a guitar-driven rebellion in the world of R&B. After releasing a cover of Nirvana's "Polly" two weeks ago, they returned with "What You Want," a new single that utilizes stripped-down guitar and an unbelivably raw snare to update the rock sensibilities of Nirvana and Smashing Pumpkins for the modern R&B listener's ear.
Next To You
Twista Feat. Jeremih
Jeremih is good to his own. The Chicago hitmaker has been known to work with up-and-coming artists out of his city, including the likes of Lil Durk, Sicko Mobb, Dreezy, and Tink. He's also down with the OG's collaborating with his frequent collaborator, Twista, who has blessed him with some memorable 16s for his own projects.
Take You Down
Cassidy Feat. Jeremih
Cassidy recruited Jeremih to assist him on "Take You Down," the requisite for-the-ladies track on his new 37-track mixtape Da BARbarian. Though it is not quite the tour de force of Bhris Breezy's "Take Me Down," the Cassidy/Jeremih version sounds like it came from the same era. Reminiscent of The-Dream or Thank Me Later-era Drake," the track is a straight-ahead bedroom jam that will elicit fond memories for anyone who went to high school or college in the late '00s.
DJ SpinKing Feat. Ty Dolla $ign, 50 Cent & Jeremih
DJ SpinKing has put together quite a lineup on his new record, "This Big." Jeremih, 50 Cent, and Ty Dolla $ign come together for the occasion, and it's all about being well-endowed -- a topic none of these artists is shy to brag about. The EDM-leaning instrumental finds Ty doing the heavy lifting, bringing some unapologetically explicit punchlines in the hook and his own verse, while Jeremih and 50 each contribute their own sly 16s.
Pass Dat (Remix)
Jeremih Feat. Chance The Rapper, Young Thug & The Weeknd
As if today wasn’t already lit with plenty of “Very Hottt” new records, here goes another one from R&B crooner Jeremih, who decides to call on Young Thug & fellow Chi-town native Chance The Rapper for a new rendition of his Late Nights standout “Pass Dat," which also features The Weeknd, who's verse we already heard last year though.
Pusha T & Jeremih
As if the trailer for Nas new movie "The Land" didn't look sufficiently lit, the soundtrack might be even better. A star-studded 14-track affair, the OST features Kanye West, Erykah Badu, French Montana, Machine Gun Kelly, Nas, & a host of others.
Do You Mind
DJ Khaled Feat. Nicki Minaj, Chris Brown, Future, August Alsina, Jeremih & Rick Ross
"Holy Key," the first single from DJ Khaled's album Major Key, was a triumph. In particular, the Kendrick verse. With the album due out tomorrow, Khaled premieres another track by way of iHeartRadio called "Do You Mind." The supporting cast of Nicki Minaj, Chris Brown, Future, August Alsina, Jeremih, and Rick Ross is like the rap equivalent of the "New Year's Eve" cast.
We Da Wave
Vado Feat. Jeremih & Cam'ron
Jeremih has been on a tear recently, collaborating with the like of Chance The Rapper, The Game, and Dreezy, as well as releasing his won mixtape, Late Nights: Europe, last week. Today, Mih has teamed with Harlem's Vado and Cam'ron for yet another potential hit, "We Da Wave." Vado and Cam have a long musical history, and they sound as comfortable as ever here together, while Jeremih supplies a dose of sweetness to their gritty New York style. Vado shared Slime Flu 5 in 2015, and he seems due for another project, perhaps this a sign that it's on the way?
Let Me Know
The Game Feat. Jeremih
The Game recently organized an anti-violence gang summit in L.A., and today, he's released a song that responds to recent instances of violence across the world, specifically, the police killings of Alton Sterling and Philando Castille, the Pulse nightclub shooting in Orlando, the officers killed in Dallas, and the tragedy in Nice, France. Sampling Aaliyah's "We Need A Resolution," the rapper searches for answers in an effort to better the world.
Paris (Who Taught You)
Jeremih Feat. Ty Dolla $ign
It might’ve been a couple hours later than expected, but Jeremih eventually did drop off his new mixtape last night called Late Nights: Europe. Containing 14 tracks in total, the follow up to December’s Late Nights: The Album features guest appearances from The Game, Wiz Khalifa, K Camp, Ty Dolla Sign & more.
Chance The Rapper Feat. Big Sean, Jeremih & Smino
Back in May, Chance The Rapper sat down with Beats 1 Radio host Zane Lowe for an in-depth interview where he explained the making of “All We Got”, shared demos of Kanye’s “Waves” & “Famous,” and talked about several unheard collaborations that he had in the stash, including one from Big Sean, Jeremih, and J. Cole. Tonight, that record unexpectedly surfaced online, however instead of J.
Jeremih Feat. Wiz Khalifa & K Camp
While we patiently await for Jeremih’s newly-announced Late Nights: Europe mixtape to arrive, which should be in the next hour or so (fingers crossed), the Chicago crooner decides to hold us over in the meantime with a new track off the tape called “Dubai” featuring Wiz Khalifa & K Camp. Looking to fuck shit up, listen as the trio deliver a lowkey club banger that's perfect for your Summertime playlist. Hit play and let us know who laid down the best verse?
If I Was Your Man
Nick Cannon Feat. Jeremih
If you're looking for a hit, there aren't many people more qualified to consult than Jeremih. While Nick Cannon has continued to find success in the entertainment world, it's been a while since he had a big single, so he went to best for his latest record, "If I Was Your Man." Compared to Mih's more recent dalliance with clubby RnBass sounds, this one is a throwback to the early aughts rap ballad, keeping things slow and simple with the production, and sticking to the rapped-verse, sung-chorus formula that was the standard for crossover singles before rappers started singing themselves.
Like Dat (CDQ)
PartyNextDoor Feat. Jeremih & Lil Wayne
This past Saturday, to close out episode 24 of OVO Sound Radio, OVO co-founder Oliver El-Khatib dropped a major exclusive from PartyNextDoor, Jeremih, and Lil Wayne. A radio rip of the collaboration, entitled "Like Dat," soon appeared on the site, and despite the shoddy sound quality, most everyone went ape shit over the track's wicked potential. PND has now provided the CDQ, and wow...DJs better cue this one up for the peak hours tonight. "Like Dat" is produced by the Niagara sensation known as Murda Beatz, who began working with Migos and is now a go-to beatman for OVO.
PartyNextDoor & Jeremih Feat. Lil Wayne
As expected, the one-year anniversary episode of OVO Sound Radio proved to be a lit occasion. To begin the episode, Roy Woods' new Waking at Dawn album was played in its entirety, and then Noah "40" Shebib took over and blessed the airwaves with a truly original mix consisting mostly of classic '90s hip-hop and R&B. After 40's guest mix, OVO co-founder Oliver El-Khatib closed out the show with a quick set of new tunes, including one very special exclusive -- a brand new collaboration between PartyNextDoor, Jeremih, and Lil Wayne.
Point Seen Money Gone
Snoop Dogg Feat. Jeremih
One of the longest standing OGs in the game that still raps (and does it well), Snoop Dogg, is gearing up for the release of his fourteenth studio album. Snoop revealed the cover art for Cool Aid last week, which itself was led by the high-energy weed anthem "Kush Ups" featuring stoner cousin Wiz Khalifa. That song alone had us pretty excited for Cool Aid, but Uncle Snoop drummed up even more anticipation over the weekend when he let Dr.
The Game Feat. Jeremih
On Friday, The Game released his new soundtrack to pair up with the A&E documentary series "Streets of Compton." If that wasn't sufficient, The Game is back this Monday making sure we kick off the week on a high note. He's quickly going into album mode now that the docu-series is out of the way, and grabs singer Jeremih for a smooth-ass hook on "All Eyez." The record serves as The Game's lead single from his upcoming album 1992, which will be released independently via Entertainment One Music/Fifth Amendment/Blood Money (no release date yet).
Don't Hurt Me
DJ Mustard Feat. Nicki Minaj & Jeremih
Nicki Minaj and Jeremih had a couple of collaborations on The Pinkprint, and they've come together once again on DJ Mustard's new single, "Don't Hurt Me". The record recaptures the clubby RnBass sounds Mustard first started exploring back around the time Tinashe's "2 On" came out, and Nicki and Mih are a perfect fit for the glossy backdrop.
Saw It Coming
G-Eazy Feat. Jeremih
The "Ghostbusters" franchise is bringing out all the stops ahead of the new film. The remake of the classic flick hits theatres on July 15th, but before then, we get to hear a single off the movie's soundtrack. Nas has also teamed up with FILA for an entire "Ghostbusters" clothing collection, which includes various pairs of sneakers.
Kid Ink Feat. Jeremih & Spice
Keeping his word, Kid Ink comes through tonight and releases his new record on iTunes called “Nasty” featuring Chicago's Jeremih & Spice.