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.
Keke Palmer Feat. Rich Homie Quan & Jeremih
Keke Palmer's new track with Jeremih, "Enemiez," is shaping up to be her biggest hit ever. After dropping both the single and the video last month, Palmer has unveiled the new "rhythm" remix to "Enemiez," featuring Rich Homie Quan.
Keke Palmer Feat. Jeremih
Keke Palmer is jumping back into music with both feet, teaming up with R&B crooner Jeremih for the anthemic “Enemiez.” It’s a pop track through and through, with Jeremih providing harmonization throughout the song. He also contributes to some back and forth verses on the first half of the track.
Jace Feat. Jeremih
A few minutes ago we premiered the solo mixtape from Jace, Jace Tape. It's admittedly hard to keep up with all the members of Atlanta's Mike WiLL Made It-approved Two-9 crew, let alone identifying each of the individual member's sound. This tape will help you do just that for Jace. He keeps a strong arsenal of producers on deck for this mixtape, including Ducko McFli, FKi, Don Cannon and SykSense.
What A Night
Kat Deluna Feat. Jeremih
Almost 9 years after her breakout hit, "Whine Up," Kat Deluna may have another one on her hands. In her first new release since last year's Trey Songz-featuring "Bum Bum," Deluna has teamed with another R&B singer, Jeremih, for "What a Night." The song is a bouncy, fun-filled affair that could soon be poised for chart success. Jeremih continues to be prolific when it comes to features, and his vocals work in the bedroom, in the club, and on the radio. As for Deluna, she's only 28, and "What a Night" signals she has a big year ahead.
U Got It
Chris Cap Feat. Jeremih
Chris Cap linked up with fellow Chicago native Jeremiah for the infectious “U Got It.” Cap grabbed Jeremiah for the right song, as the two sing and rap for the women they want riding with them. Interestingly, Jeremiah gets the song to himself til Chris Cap comes in at about the halfway mark to spit an extended verse. The beat is bouncy as hell, and features horns and digitized keys over an upbeat but trappy drum line.
Dreezy Feat. Jeremih
After releasing linking up with DeJ Loaf, Southside, & Metro Boomin on her Christmas Eve EP From Now On, Dreezy returns with a promising new track called "Body." With her she's brought Windy City cohort Jeremih, fresh off the release of his outstanding Late Nights: The Album.
Pass Dat (Remix)
Well here’s a nice Christmas present from The Weeknd. Out of nowhere, the Toronto crooner decides to drop not one, but TWO, new songs for us this morning. Here goes his take on Jeremih's catchy new hit "Pass Dat." Leaving the same infectious production intact, Abel shows off his impressive vocals and croons about smoking a lot weed, pourin’ up, and having some fun on tour. While it may only be one verse, it sure is nice to hear the Toronto crooner murder another instrumental again. Take a listen and let us know what you think!
BJ The Chicago Kid Feat. Jeremih & Lil Durk
Back in August, BJ The Chicago Kid debuted a collaboration with Chance The Rapper and Buddy, "Church." The record juxtaposed the idea of partying/sinning with one's religious beliefs, and how to balance both. BJ sings on the hook, "she says she wanna drink, do drugs and have sex tonight, but I have church in the morning," followed by "hopefully we can go to heaven." It's an interesting concept, and not one we often see tackled wi
Sicko Mobb Feat. Jeremih
Chicago bop phenoms Sicko Mobb have been steadily gaining traction nation-wide, and with a feature from their fellow Chicagoian Jeremih, they continue to widen their reach. Their new collaboration, "Expensive Taste," mixes Lil Trav and Lil Ceno's auto-tuned stylings with Jeremih's spacey r'n'b, for a bubbly, quick-paced record that's produced by Cryptonite Beatz.
Somewhere In Paradise
Chance The Rapper Feat. Jeremih & R. Kelly
Tonight, Chance the Rapper became the first independent artist to ever perform on Saturday Night Live. It was suspected that he might drop some new music to celebrate the occasion, and indeed, he performed a glorious new song called "Somewhere in Paradise" and brought out fellow Chicagoan Jeremih, who sings on the inspirational hook.
Another Black Market track has arrived on the night before the album's December 4 release. The latest song, "Peace Sign," produced by DJ Mustard, comes after Rozay dropped a mixtape of freestyles and remixes, Renzel Remixes, on Thanksgiving. Now all the focus is on Black Market, and "Peace Sign" should get fans excited for the imminent release.
Jeremih Feat. Ty Dolla $ign
When is Late Nights: The Album coming out? No one knows, probably not even Jeremih himself. The Chicago singer has released a solid number of tracks from the album, most recently "Pass Dat," which would imply that the project is on the way in the near future. This afternoon, a new Late Nights leak surfaced: "Impatient" feat. Ty Dolla $ign.
Jeremih’s Late Nights: The Album may still not have a concrete release date, but that's not stopping him from releasing new music in its support ahead of time though. After hitting us with “Peace Sign” with Fabolous & Red Café a couple weeks back, the Chicago crooner decides to return today with another one for us called “Pass Dat.”
Lil Bibby Feat. R. Kelly & Jeremih
Lil Bibby's new mixtape Free Crack 3 is overflowing with features from Chicago's best hip hop and R&B exports. Among the Chi-City features are such modern heavyweights as G Herbo, Common, Tink, Young Chop, & C-Sick. On "Misunderstood" he gets features from the powerhouse combo of R Kelly and Jeremih.
Models & Bottles
Twista Feat. Jeremih & Lil Bibby
Chicago vet Twista is prepping a new EP, Livin Legend, for December 4, and he's just shared a huge cut off the upcoming release. On "Models and Bottles," he brings along two fellow Chi-Towners, Jeremih and Lil Bibby. Bibby has got the city buzzing with the impending release of Free Crack 3, and Jeremih has remained very busy, despite the endless delay his Late Nights album, so the new track finds everybody in peak form.
Jeremih Feat. Fabolous & Red Cafe
Jeremih has been dropping new tracks regularly over the last few weeks, which has us cautiously anticipating the arrival of his long-awaited album. His new track won't appear on the project, but it's definitely a worthy placeholder, as 'Mih reunites with DJ Mustard, who provided the beat on his 2014 smash "Don't Tell' Em". "Peace Sign" isn't the housey party-starter that that their last collab was, but it's all the better for it, instead opting for a dark snap groove that fits perfectly into Jeremih's Late Nights world.
Jeremih Feat. Future & Big Sean
Last night, Jeremih came through with a new leak off the long awaited, delayed, changed (etc) Late Nights: The Album. Every time we get a new leak off Late Nights we get all excited that maybe the album's roll out is finally happen-- only to have Jeremih withdraw once again. However, maybe now it's really, really time.
Well here’s a nice treat to kick off the Halloween weekend. Out of nowhere, Jeremih decides to come through and share a new single called “Oui,” presumably off his long awaited Late Nights: The Album.
R. Kelly Feat. Lil Wayne & Jeremih
After throwing a “Backyard Party” a couple months back, R. Kelly is back with the second single off his upcoming Buffet album. Linking up with Lil Wayne & fellow Chicago crooner Jeremih, Kellz releases a new single on his soundcloud page this evening called “Switch Up.”