Stream Jeremih’s ‘Late Nights: Europe’ Mixtape

Jeremih Late Nights Europe Mixtape

Jeremih Late Nights Europe Mixtape

In celebration of his recent birthday (July 17), Jeremih unleashes a brand new mixtape called Late Nights: Europe. The 14-track set includes features from Wiz Khalifa, Ty Dolla Sign, The Game, K Camp, Sonyae and more. It also consists of production by Soundz (who serves as co-executive producer), Reno and Kevin Cubeatz, to name a few.

The Chicago singer first teased the mixtape — inspired by his European tour — in an interview with USA Today.

“I was on a European tour for the last 30 days and the best thing about it was creating a new body of work called Late Nights: Europe,” he revealed. “We named a song after every place we went: Paris, Amsterdam, Czech Republic, Barcelona.”

Late Nights: Europe is the follow-up to his 2015 album, Late Nights. It also comes ahead of his highly anticipated joint album with PARTYNEXTDOOR titled Late Night Party, which is expected to arrive some time this year. Earlier this month, he shared a buzz track featuring PARTYNEXTDOOR and Lil Wayne titled “Like Dat.”

If that’s not enough, the R&B superstar is also working on his solo album titled Later That Night.

Stream Jeremih’s Late Nights: Europe mixtape below.

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K. Michelle Shares ‘The People I Used to Know’ Album Track List

Have you heard? K. Michelle has revealed the tracklist for her upcoming album, Kimberly: The People I Used to Know. 

In a tweet, she said “My baby ‘The People I Used To Know’ is ready! My toughest decision making process ever on an album. #Rebels you ready?”

The Memphis-bred singer has not shied away from her struggles with picking songs for this album. In an interview with Billboard, K mentioned that with two albums left under her current contract at Atlantic Records, she wanted to knock out the requirement by turning in 30 songs to the label, fulfilling the rest of her contractual obligations. As she’s said many times before, her dream is to make a country album, as that’s what’s been her heart and how she originally came to fall in love with music.

Going back to the tracklist, For the People I Used to Know hosts three features: Jeremih on “Takes Two,” an outro from rapper Princess Nokia, and Chris Brown on the already-released banger “Either Way.” The 22-track album will be K’s fourth studio album, and this has been the longest gap in albums for the 33-year-old-singer.

The singer has already previewed some of the tracks: fan favorite “Heaven” on an Instagram Live session and a snippet of the DJ Camper produced jam “Kim K,” which has also gotten a good response from fans.

Listen to K. Michelle’s current singles “Birthday” and “Either Way” below.

Ty Dolla Sign and Jeremih Share ‘Dawsin’s Breek’ Video

Ty Dolla Sign has released his “Dawsin’s Breek” video with Jeremih.

Directed by Ryan Hope, the video finds Ty and Jeremih in a low-key lounge, enjoying the site of women dancing.

“Dawsin’s Breek” is lifted from Dolla Sign’s forthcoming project, Beach House 3, which is set to release on October 27.

Watch Ty Dolla Sign and Jeremih’s “Dawsin’s Breek” video below.

Ty Dolla $ign Drops New Songs ‘Dawsin’s Breek’ and ‘Message in a Bottle’

Beach house 3 Ty Dolla Sign

Beach house 3 Ty Dolla Sign

Ty Dolla $ign keeps the music coming two times over with his new singles “Dawsin’s Breek” and “Message in a Bottle.”

On “Dawsin’s Breek,” which features singer Jeremih, Ty is flexing about he’s bossed up on the haters, per usual.

“Brrr, hello, who’s this? I don’t know you hoes / Brrr, hello, who’s this? Hold up, I’m changin’ clothes / Got a main chick, she like no new hoes / Might speak the language, but I don’t know you, bro,” he sings.

On “Message in a Bottle,” he details his adventure-filled night at the club, including beef with some enemies, late night texts, and drunken thoughts.

“But I’m too drunk to drive, oh / Passive when it come to cannabis / But I’m blowin’ like a curtain / My homie got some women at his crib/Know I’m fiona flourish / Drankin’ water, tryna save my liver/Walked in, seen some naked strippers / Couple homies started throwin’ money / I just watch you like a babysitter, I’m lit,” he sings.

“Dawson’s Breek” and “Message in a Bottle” are the third and fourth offerings from his upcoming album, Beach House 3, which will release on October 27. The lead single “Love U Better,” which features R&B hitmaker The-Dream and rapper Lil’ Wayne, currently sits at No. 16 on the Urban radio chart.

Stream Ty Dolla $ign’s new songs below.