Jeremih Songs

  • Show Me
    Show Me
    Omarion and Jeremih are two of the smoothest voices in modern R&B, and today they've paired up to release "Show Me," an Internz-produced slow jam.  This one's sure to please the ladies, as Maybach O and Jeremih both croon sexed up lyrics that seem ripe for seduction. With lyrics like, "Hundred bad bitches, all I see is you," both artists are in full on "Bae" mode, showing love to a lady who clearly has a leg up on the competition.
  • Hold You Down
    Hold You Down
    Just a few hours after announcing the latest mega-collaboration from his I Changed A Lot LP, DJ Khaled has unleashed the single to the interwebs. Check out "Hold You Down" and let us know what you think about the record in our comments section.
  • Can't Go No Mo
    Can't Go No Mo
    After being out of the game for some time, Jeremih has been on quite a tear recently. The Chicago singer released his long-awaited collaborative EP with Shlohmo on his birthday last week, and today gives us a new compilation of outtakes from his upcoming studio effort, Late Nights: The Album.The very literally titled, N.O.M.A. (Not On My Album) features seven new tracks, with one of the highlights being the Juicy J-assisted "Can't Go No Mo". 
  • Wake Up
    Wake Up
    Jeremih's new album has gone through a few changes on its way to us, including a title change as we found out last week. The album is now set to be called Late Nights: The Album (formerly Thumpy Johnson), taking its cue from Jeremih's successful mixtape Late Nights.
  • Let It Go
    Let It Go
    Despite releasing two incredible singles, it seemed like Jeremih and Shlohmo's collaborative project may never come to fruition. Shlohmo explained the indefinite delay was caused by "major label bullshit", which any rap fan knows can put a complete halt on a joint project (see: T-Wayne).
  • The End
    The End
    Jeremih surprised us today with the release of his Shlohmo-produced EP No More via Twitter. The singer turns 27-years old today and this is how he chose to celebrate, by giving the fans something new to bump for all those late summer nights. The six-track offering includes previous releases like "Bo Peep" and "No More", as well as an extended cut of "Fuck U All The Time." The lone feature on the EP comes from Chance The Rapper, and is appropriately called "The End" as it closes out the EP.
  • Don't Tell 'Em (Remix)
    Don't Tell 'Em (Remix)
    Just like the good ol' days, G-Unit are hopping on some of the hottest tracks and remixing them at their leisure.
  • Fight Night (Remix)
    Fight Night (Remix)
    Migos' "Fight Night" is arguably the trio's hottest track to pop off since "Versace" and "Hannah Montana" put them on the map last year, so naturally it's time for people to start remixing it. This time around, two Chicago residents, Jeremih and Chi Hoover, try the track on for size. Kicking it off with a good deal of Migos' verses from the original, Jeremih hops on around 1:30 to provide a sweetly-sung verse that nonetheless meshes well with the "Fight Night" beat. Then the beat slows, and Chi Hoover comes on to take things home with a nimble, speedy verse.
  • Adult Swim
    Adult Swim
    DJ Spinking has teamed up with the co-producer behind Nicki Minaj's "Chi-Raq", and Lil Wayne's "Believe Me", Vinylz, for his new summer crew track. "Adult Swim" assembles the winning team of Tyga, A$AP Ferg, Jeremih, and Velous for a west coast-leaning track, sounding akin to manyof the Mustard-helmed R&B singlkes floating around these days.
  • Don't Tell Em
    Don't Tell Em
    Jeremih high-key changed the game with his 2012 project, Late Nights, and the anticipation for his follow-up has been growing ever since. The Chicago singer showed up on Tink's recent single last month, and has now delivered the first official single from his long-awaited album.
  • Don't Tell Nobody (CDQ)
    Don't Tell Nobody (CDQ)
    "Don't Tell Nobody" first arrived earlier in the month, but it was unfortunately crowded with an excess of DJ tags. Even so, it was clear the single was something special, with Tink-- one of Chicago's most promising young talents --going back and forth with one of the city's proven R&B songwriters, Jeremih.
  • Don't Tell Nobody
    Don't Tell Nobody
    Earlier this week, super producer, Timbaland, revealed that his “next big project” was with Chicago female artist Tink. Before we get to hear their first collab together titled "Dinero", Chi-town's DJ Moondawg decided to let go of this other new track from Tink titled “Don’t Tell Nobody” featuring fellow Chicagoan Jeremih. The smooth record was produced by Windy Beatsmiths of Da Internz, who actually played it for Timbaland and introduced him to Tink. The power of networking…
  • Me Too
    Me Too
    King Los recently made an "amicable" split with Diddy's Bad Boy Records, and he hasn't let that slow him down one bit as he's quickly returned with his highly anticipated Zero Gravity II mixtape, which contained the massive record "Play Too Rough." The full project hit the web today, and contains no lack of records-- 19 in total, with features from Kid Ink, Jeremih (as we see here), as well as wifey Lola Monroe, JS, Devin Cruise, Kobe and more
  • My Bae
    My Bae
    Vado just dropped his Sinatra EP in February, but he's already getting a new project together. The first single from which is the new Jeremih-assisted track "My Bae". We're not sure why it took this long for rappers to start using the popular internet phrase "Bae" in their song titles, but this is the second track to do so in the last little while, after it showed up on Pharrell's new record. The mid-tempo track is produced by Lee on The Beats AKA the man behind French Montana's "Pop That", so chances are we've got another hit on our hands.
  • No More
    No More
    Last year producer Shlohmo teamed up with Jeremih for a record called "Bo Peep (Do U Right)" which was some ill r'n'b, and because we loved it so much it ended up one our year-end list of the Hottest Singles of 2013.
  • Party Girls
    Party Girls
    Where has Ludacris been? We haven't really heard from since his IDGAF mixtape, apart from a random remix here and there. His Ludaversal has long been delayed, but today he finally makes a return with a brand new single, perhaps something leading us to the album? We'll have to wait and see on that front.
  • I'm Rich (Remix)
    I'm Rich (Remix)
    Bump I'm Rich (Remix), the latest cut from Red Cafe which features Ace Hood, French Montana & Jeremih on the assist. It dropped on Tuesday, January 21st, 2014. Red Cafe's horizons are broadening with each new release, and I'm Rich (Remix) is no exception. It's a worthy addition to a catalogue that has seen much growth since Red Cafe stepped foot in the rap game. We're looking forward to hearing more.
  • Thim Slick
    Thim Slick
    "Thim Slick" is another choice cut from Fabolous' new Soul Tape 3, featuring Jeremih with production from StreetFam and Turtle LC. Can you dig it?  Quotable Lyrics "Sometimes I like slim, sometimes I like thick / Sometimes I combine, and I like them slick / Them slick, probably went over your head / Couldn't lay up, I just went over for head." -Fabolous
  • I Luv This Shit (Mih Mix)
    I Luv This Shit (Mih Mix)
    Stream I Luv This Shit (Mih Mix) , the newest drop from Jeremih which features Chris Brown & Trey Songz. The cut was released on Sunday, October 6th, 2013. Things are looking better for Jeremih with each new release, which I Luv This Shit (Mih Mix) has proven yet again. It's worthy addition to the impressive body of work Jeremih has been developing over the years. We're looking forward to hearing what's next.
  • Talibandz
    Talibandz
    Listen to Talibandz, the latest track from Young Skoop, featuring Jeremih [Prod by Duke Nukem]. The cut dropped on Monday, September 9th, 2013. Young Skoop's future brightens with every new release, and Talibandz certainly isn't an exception. It's a fitting addition to a solid catalogue that Young Skoop has been developing since stepping foot in the game. We're excited to hear more.
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