Jeremih Reveals J. Cole, Juicy J & Ty Dolla $ign Featured On "Late Nights: The Album"

Posted by , Aug 6, 2014 at 11:45am

Peep our exclusive interview with Jeremih as he discusses his new mixtape "N.O.M.A.", his album features and much more.


Jeremih dropped a free mixtape for the fans as a warm-up to his album Late Nights: The Album two days ago. Our host Baker was able to catch up with the r'n'b singer while he was out performing in DC last night, and chopped it up with him about N.O.M.A., No More EP, what to expect from Late Nights: The Album including a few features, and more.

Jeremih talks about foraying into a more unorthodox r'n'b sound with his Late Nights mixtape, which continued on to his work with Shlohmo. "I just stopped caring about the traditional way of recording, the sound of r'n'b, I just was like man let me just play with some up-trap records or slow it down," he said.

We end the interview with some talk on Late Nights: The Album, and Jeremih reveals a few of the features we can expect to hear on the LP. "J. Cole is definitely on one of the bangers on there," he says, before adding that Juicy J, Flo Rida and Ty Dolla $ign will also make an appearance.

Peep our exclusive interview with Jeremih as he discusses his new mixtape "N.O.M.A.", his album features and much more.

Jeremih dropped a free mixtape for the fans as a warm-up to his album Late Nights: The Album two days ago. Our host Baker was able to catch up with the r'n'b singer while he was out performing in DC last night, and chopped it up with him about N.O.M.A., No More EP, what to expect from Late Nights: The Album including a few features, and more.

Jeremih talks about foraying into a more unorthodox r'n'b sound with his Late Nights mixtape, which continued on to his work with Shlohmo. "I just stopped caring about the traditional way of recording, the sound of r'n'b, I just was like man let me just play with some up-trap records or slow it down," he said.

We end the interview with some talk on Late Nights: The Album, and Jeremih reveals a few of the features we can expect to hear on the LP. "J. Cole is definitely on one of the bangers on there," he says, before adding that Juicy J, Flo Rida and Ty Dolla $ign will also make an appearance.

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