Posted by , Nov 19, 2014 at 01:47am
Jeremih covers the latest issue of DUB Magazine.

With Thanksgiving not even upon us, Dub Magazine decided to unveil its 2015 cover on Tuesday, and it just so happened to feature non other than Chicago crooner, Jeremih.

Draped in A$AP Rocky’s arch nemisis, Hood By Air, Jeremih is also seen rockin’ a Chicago Blackhawks snapback while standing in front of a clean ass silver Rolls Royce. The issue even shines light on his long over due Late Nights album, making it all the more matter to pick it up. The issue hit newsstands yesterday and should be available at most retailers by now.

Peep the cover in the gallery above, and look for Jeremih to hit the road with French Montana for the “Set It Off” Tour starting December 1st.

In other related news, there’s still no updates regarding a release date for Jeremih’s Late Nights the album. Hopefully we get that bish before the year’s end though, the anticipation is killin’ me. The least he could do is drop off the J. Cole-assisted track, "Planes", for us already. Stay tuned for updates.

[Via FSD]

Jeremih Covers DUB Magazine

Jeremih covers the latest issue of DUB Magazine.


With Thanksgiving not even upon us, Dub Magazine decided to unveil its 2015 cover on Tuesday, and it just so happened to feature non other than Chicago crooner, Jeremih.

Draped in A$AP Rocky’s arch nemisis, Hood By Air, Jeremih is also seen rockin’ a Chicago Blackhawks snapback while standing in front of a clean ass silver Rolls Royce. The issue even shines light on his long over due Late Nights album, making it all the more matter to pick it up. The issue hit newsstands yesterday and should be available at most retailers by now.

Peep the cover in the gallery above, and look for Jeremih to hit the road with French Montana for the “Set It Off” Tour starting December 1st.

In other related news, there’s still no updates regarding a release date for Jeremih’s Late Nights the album. Hopefully we get that bish before the year’s end though, the anticipation is killin’ me. The least he could do is drop off the J. Cole-assisted track, "Planes", for us already. Stay tuned for updates.

[Via FSD]

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