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Jeremih's "Nympho" Is A Reminder Of His Influence On Rap

Trevor Smith
March 10, 2018 09:52
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Nympho

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The closing track from the Chicago singer's "Chocolate Box" EP.


Always one to keep a low profile, Jeremih quietly released a new 4-song project on Friday. The Chocolate Box EP is very much split between warm, Babyface R&B-soul and icy late night jams. "Nympho," by title alone, could fit into either category, but very much falls into the latter as it closes out the project. Produced by RetroFuture, the slick, minimal track is a reminder of Jeremih's understated influence on a new wave of vocalists. His falsetto experiments bring to mind Starrah, one of pop music's most successful new songwriters who has previously collaborated with the Chicago singer on "Pass Dat" and Dreezy's "Body." It's also not that difficult to draw a line outwards towards rap acts like DeJ Loaf and A Boogie Wit Da Hoodie. Jeremih has always skewed towards rap cadences in his songwriting, and as rap approaches R&B, more and more artists are finding themselves walking in the footprints of a path Jeremih walked years ago. On "Nympho," he continues to conquer unexplored territory.

Quotable Lyrics:
Three hundred four to my spot
Promise I give you all I got
Baseball bat, I hit your spot
He don't do that for you why not?
She got a thing for ecstasy
She got that RiRi sex with me
Someone to offer her all night
We just got done, she want more time

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