It's been six months since Jeremih released his latest album, Late Nights: The Album, but that doesn't mean the Chicago native has been quiet since last December. In addition to dropping a remix to "Pass Dat" with The Weeknd, the Def Jam singer, songwriter and producer has appeared as a guest on 11 new records, including Dreezy's hit single "Body," DJ Mustard's "Don't Hurt Me," and PARTYNEXTDOOR's "Like Dat."
And now, after first hinting at the release during his set this past weekend at Pitchfork Music Festival in his native Chicago, Jeremih has let loose a brand new mixtape, entitled Late Nights - Europe.
According to the artist, the tape, co-executive produced by frequent collaborator Soundz, was created during the overseas leg of his last tour, with each stop (Dubai, Paris, London, etc...) acting as inspiration behind a track. A total of 23 songs were crafted for Late Nights - Europe, per an interview with USA Today, with 14 making the final cut.
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Special guests on the free release include The Game, G Herbo, K Camp, Krept & Konan, Ty Dolla $ign, and Wiz Khalifa, while production credits belong to Brilliance, Kevin Cuebeatz, Reno, The Insomniakz, and more.
Late Nights - Europe is currently available for free stream and download via Audiomack.
By DJ Z, who supported "Birthday Sex" months before Jeremih signed to Def Jam
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