Did you know R&B crooner Jeremih delivered his Late Nights: The Album project on December 4th?!


Nor did we, but we caught up with CViddy TV who gave us the full sip on his sophomore album. This LP follows his All About You debut, in 2010. Rumors swirled that he had record label drama with Def Jam, which apparently is the reason for time-gap between the releases but anyway, now the project is officially out… but has enough been done to ensure the project impacts 2016.


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Late Nights contains 15 tracks with a star-studded line-up of features from artists such as Future, Big Sean, Jhene Aiko, Migos, YG, Juicy J, Twista, J.Cole, & Ty Dolla $ign. The production that contributes to the project name drops talents such as London on da Track, Hitmaka & DJ Mustard – just to name a few. The album was led by the summer hit “Don’t Tell ‘Em,” featuring YG, which was originally released in the summer of 2014. “Planes” featuring J.Cole was released as the second single at the beginning of 2015.



This single impacted with success and has been nominated for a 2016 Grammy award for “Best R&B Performance.”


Jeremih continued to serve R&B  club tracks that feature a plethora of emotions. “Royalty” featuring Big Sean & Future contained a mix of those components. When the record was released in October, it did not gain the acknowledgement that “Don’t Tell ‘Em” did but the mere fact that he enlisted Hip-Hop singers Future and Big Sean gave him the credibility he needed in anticipation of the albums release. On “Planes,” Jeremih’s bedroom vocals along with J.Cole’s lyricism were both strong elements as to why the track was nominated for a Grammy. “Worthy” featuring Jhene Aiko also has the components of another hit R&B single for the Chicago native.



Late Nights was worth the wait as the project delivers a genuine R&B record. The long-list of features are exceptional for Jeremih’s certification of stardom & proves to the nay-sayers that his stardom has not faded since his 2009 international-hit “Birthday Sex.”


Jeremih’s Late Nights Mixtape released in 2012 was a large sample of the studio album. We bet the past 5-years must have been frustrating for Jeremih in terms of distributing the album but that all in the past and now the album is finally available for public listening. We rated the album an 8/10.


Take a listen to the album clips, below:


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