Jeremih Songs

  • Change
    Change
    K Camp has been dropping steady heat in advance of his forthcoming album Only Way Is Up. It drops this Friday but he was so anxious he decided to drop leadoff track "Change" feat. Jeremih. K Camp is renowned for his buttery smooth delivery, but the "Change" beat might be even smoother. 808s, jazzy electric piano and pitched up chimpmunk'd background vocals lay down a slick foundation for the Atlanta rapper to do his thing. Jeremih is the icing on top.
  • The Fix
    The Fix
    Nelly and Jeremih are looking to tap the goldmine of hits that is DJ Mustard with their new collaboration, "The Fix." The song first aired during Nelly's BET reality TV show, "Nellyville," but will become available for download on iTunes soon enough. Today, we get to stream the smooth collaboration. Nelly kicks off the song with his own singing, and he's later backed up by Jeremih for a bit of a duet. They flip Marvin Gaye's "Sexual Healing" on the hook of the song-- not so unlike Jeremih recalling "Rhythm Is A Dancer" on his own DJ Mustard hit "Tell 'Em."
  • All I Want
    All I Want
    With Jeremih's Late Nights: The Album still nowhere in sight, it seems like he's been filling the void of solo music with a ton of features, appearing on tracks by Krept & Konan, Cartie, DJ Prostyle and Teeflii all within the past two weeks. Well, here's another, this time coming in on Verse Simonds' latest, "All I Want."
  • Lapdance
    Lapdance
    There are two types of "duets": the kind that sounds a little more fractured, like both singers recorded their parts separately, and the kind when the vocals are so perfectly intertwined that it had to happen organically. Teeflii and Jeremih's new track "Lapdance" is decidedly the latter. Taken from Teeflii's just-released AnnieRUO'TAY 4, this cut finds both dudes harmonizing on the chorus and singing backup on each others' verses. Musically, it's much more lush and slow jammy than N*E*R*D's song of the same name-- perfect for the titular activity. 
  • Angel
    Angel
    Nicki Minaj had quite a successful evening last night at the BET Awards. She took the stage with her boyfriend, and she also took home the award for Best Female Hip-Hop Artist as well as the Viewer's Choice Award for her collaboration with Chris Brown, Lil Wayne and Drake for "Only." 
  • Everyday
    Everyday
    The Jeremih hook is one of the best hit-making techniques out there these days, and L.A.'s Cartie is well-aware. Today, he shares "Everyday," a collaboration with the best R&B artist in the game who can't seem to assemble an album, and it's just as strong as everything else we've heard from the Chicago songwriter this year.
  • Freak Of The Week (Remix)
    Freak Of The Week (Remix)
    South London duo Krept & Konan have been collaborating with some North American talent recently, successfully getting the attention of audiences overseas with the Rick Ross-assisted "Certified," and most recently, "Freak Of The Week," which paired them with sought-after hitmakers Jeremih and
  • Planes (Remix)
    Planes (Remix)
    On the heels of a possible release date for Jeremih's long-awaited/delayed Late Nights: The Album, we get another remix of the singer's single, with the addition of another singer, August Alsina. We first premiered a version of "Planes" that featured J.
  • Wanna Be Cool
    Wanna Be Cool
    After an agonizing wait, SURF is finally here, and Chance the Rapper fans are rejoicing in the positive summer vibes from Donnie Trumpet & co. The bouncy jazz-bop of SURF is what we've come to expect from The Social Experiment, but we were surprised by some of the guest artists on the album-- in a very good way. 
  • Get Low
    Get Low
    Yesterday 50 Cent teased fans with the cover art to his new single, "Get Low." The rapper premiered the song on the Breakfast Club this morning, so DJ Envy has the radio rip for us.
  • Fvkarnd
    Fvkarnd
    Sayyi is relatively new to the spotlight, however the few records he has out have done extremely well, so it's a good sign of things to come.
  • One Life To Live
    One Life To Live
    Cashflow first got his name out by recording in-car freestyles, such as "Ladies vs Thots," which now has a combined 5 million views on his socials. "Ladies vs Thots" turned into a single, and now the Harlem rapper is back with "One Life to Live."  On "One Life to Live," Cashflow gets Jeremih to lay down the hook, proof of his far-reaching talent early in his career. "One Life to Live" is Cashflow's most ambitious work yet, as he spits about his non-stop Harlem grind before pausing to let Jeremih deliver some inspiration on the hook. 
  • Planes (Remix)
    Planes (Remix)
    We knew there were two versions of Jeremih's "Planes" from the beginning, but when the single was eventually released, it was J. Cole who showed up on the official track. Chicago rap fans continued to pine for the original Chance The Rapper mix of the song, but eventually gave up hope after months of waiting.
  • Money Do
    Money Do
    The long, confusing road to Jeremih's Late Nights: The Album continues today with the release of "Money Do." As we've documented, Jeremih seems to pull us in a different direction every time he drops a supposed-Late Nights cut, and this remains true here.
  • Somebody (Remix)
    Somebody (Remix)
    Natalie La Rose's new Jeremih-featured single, "Somebody," has been tearing up the charts and airwaves these past few weeks. Looking to capatilize off her momentum, Natalie decides to recruit buzzing sensation Fetty Wap, Sage The Gemini, and Troy Ave for the official remix to it.
  • Making Me Proud
    Making Me Proud
    Anyone yearning for the luxurious R&B-tinged sound of Rick Ross' Deeper Than Rap will be happy to hear "Making Me Proud," the new release from Red Cafe. Here he takes on a wavy instrumental from League Of Starz, but it could easily pass for Rozay-endorsed production team J.U.S.T.I.C.E. League. Either way, Cafe makes sure to own the laid-back swagger demanded by the silky-smooth beat.
  • Tonight Belongs To U!
    Tonight Belongs To U!
    Jeremih has been killing features left and right, but he's finally dropped another single off his (hopefully) upcoming Late Nights: The Album. All three singles we've heard so far have included rappers--first YG, then J. Cole, and now, the most mainstream of the bunch, Flo Rida. 
  • Bad Bitch (Remix)
    Bad Bitch (Remix)
    Back in December, French Montana dropped "Bad Bitch" as a single from his and Harry Fraud's tape Mac & Cheese: The Appetizer, and today, an all-star remix has popped up. Rick Ross and Fabolous lend their talents to the catchy track. 
  • Like Me
    Like Me
    On "Like Me", Lil Durk brings along fellow Chi-man Jeremih for a track that's too hard for R&B, too sexy for rap. In the end, who really cares? Chicago is brimming with young talent, but for the lead single to Durk's major label debut with Def Jam, he calls upon one of the most seasoned hook-men in the game; though, mind you, Jeremih is only 27, and few younger than him have comparable chops (or libidos). 
  • One Night (Tags)
    One Night (Tags)
    Still riding the success of her Kendrick Lamar-featured smash “That’s Me Right There”, California pop-singer, Jasmine V, is back tonight with her follow up single “One Night” featuring Problem and Jeremih. Premiered by DJ Carisma, the track features Problem and Jeremih spittin’ some provocative lyrics and speaking to the ladies, while Jasmine lays down a verse of her own and handles the catchy-chorus, “Just stay here with my one night/ Just one night/ Please stay here with me one night.”
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