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Late Nights: The Album by Jeremih

Album

Late Nights: The Album

Jeremih

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Album

Late Nights: The Album

Jeremih

Play on Napster
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Label: Def Jam
Late Nights is an apt metaphor for Jeremih, a singer who seems enigmatic and is constantly fading from view. After nearly five years of hits dating back to “Birthday Sex,” he doesn’t possess a strong personality like Chris Brown, Ty Dolla $ign (who appears on “Impatient”) or Trey Songz. What Jeremih does have is good taste, and on his long-delayed third album he uses coolly minimalist electronic production to illustrate his moves as he swerves between nightlife depravity (“Give No F*ks”) and bedtime whispers (“Oui”). On “Planez,” he tosses out a Scarface reference for good measure: “Have you ever read ‘the world is yours’ on a blimp?”

About This Album

Late Nights is an apt metaphor for Jeremih, a singer who seems enigmatic and is constantly fading from view. After nearly five years of hits dating back to “Birthday Sex,” he doesn’t possess a strong personality like Chris Brown, Ty Dolla $ign (who appears on “Impatient”) or Trey Songz. What Jeremih does have is good taste, and on his long-delayed third album he uses coolly minimalist electronic production to illustrate his moves as he swerves between nightlife depravity (“Give No F*ks”) and bedtime whispers (“Oui”). On “Planez,” he tosses out a Scarface reference for good measure: “Have you ever read ‘the world is yours’ on a blimp?”

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About This Album

Late Nights is an apt metaphor for Jeremih, a singer who seems enigmatic and is constantly fading from view. After nearly five years of hits dating back to “Birthday Sex,” he doesn’t possess a strong personality like Chris Brown, Ty Dolla $ign (who appears on “Impatient”) or Trey Songz. What Jeremih does have is good taste, and on his long-delayed third album he uses coolly minimalist electronic production to illustrate his moves as he swerves between nightlife depravity (“Give No F*ks”) and bedtime whispers (“Oui”). On “Planez,” he tosses out a Scarface reference for good measure: “Have you ever read ‘the world is yours’ on a blimp?”