Jeremih’s ‘Late Nights: The Album’ Is Available for Streaming
Surprise! Jeremih released his third album, Late Nights: The Album, on Thursday night (Dec. 3) unbeknownst to his dedicated fans and the music industry.
"Late night surprise...pass dat...," tweeted the "Don't Tell Em" singer with a link to the LP.
After several delays, the crooner's 15-track effort arrived with some stellar features including Ty Dolla $ign, J. Cole, Migos, Future, Big Sean, YG, Twista, Juicy J and Jhene Aiko.
Jeremih's previously released songs like "Pass Dat" and the J. Cole-assisted "Planez" are included on the collection, along with the double platinum single, "Don't Tell Em."
And according to the 28-year-old it will be for the important people in his life. "This third album is not only for R&B, but for my fans. For the label, who've been begging and waiting for me to drop it. For my family, and for myself," said the "Don't Tell Em" singer in an interview with FADER.
To celebrate the release of the album, Jeremih will headline three intimate shows starting in New York on Friday (Dec. 4). Afterwards, the singer will head to his hometown of Chicago on Sunday (12/6) and then to Los Angeles on Thursday (12/10). The concerts are free for fans who sign up for access.
While tracks were initially being leaked one by one, including the Ty Dolla $ign-assisted ballad "Impatient," fans can now listen to the album in its entirety by streaming it below via Spotify.
Check out Jeremiah's project, Late Nights: The Album, below.
Listen to Jeremih's Late Nights: The Album