Jeremih’s Late Nights: The Album Party at S.O.B’s


R & B певица Иеремия выпустит новый альбом


Jeremih’s Late Nights: The Album finally saw release last Friday, with guest verses from the likes of Future, Juicy J, Ty Dolla $ign, Twista, and more. To celebrate the release of of Late Nights, Jeremih will headline three intinate shows in New York City (Dec. 5), Chicago (12/6), and Los Angeles (12/10).

I was able to see his NY performance at the S.O.B.’s in Manhattan on Saturday, December 5th. So lucky!

In case you don’t know about him, Jeremih Felton, better known by his mononym Jeremih is an American R&B artist from Chicago, Illinois. He signed a record deal with Def Jam Recording. Jeremih’s commercial debut single, “Birthday Sex,” peaked at number four on the US Billboad Hot 100 chart. Jeremih is one of the hottest, smoothest R&B crooners in the music scene right now. He’s the next R. Kelly.


Jeremih was supposed to show up at 10pm that night. I was informed by his label that he might be late due to HOT97 radio interview. After a long wait, finally Jeremih came on stage after midnight…….yes, late night wearing a faux-fur animal flap hat. He brought his longtime friend, 50 Cent and performed “Down On Me,” a big record for both artist’s careers. When Jeremih steps on to stage, it’s an automatic party. He is an incredibly smooth performer. “I’m from Southside Chicago,” he told the audience to make sure that we all know where he was coming from.

It was another surprise arrival of guest, Dutch beauty Natalie La Rose, to perform her hit single “Somebody” with Jeremih. When he performed “Birthday Sex” in the middle of his set, the whole crowd went wild and started jumping up and down.

In the meantime, 50 Cent remained on stage started his mini set with 2003 mega hit, “In The Club,” another birthday song to please the crowd. The audience didn’t show much enthusiasm and rather indifferent to his appearance. 50 Cent isn’t as popular anymore as he used to be…….?


Jeremih also sang the double-platinum hit “Don’t Tell ‘Em,” “Oui,”

To close a show, a bunch of people on stage started smoking blunt just like what happens in the catchy club anthem, “Pass Dat.” Late Nights: The Album arrived.

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