14 Songs, 53 Minutes

EDITORS’ NOTES

Jeremih lavishes attention on the female form throughout his second album, and his desires take on many styles. He dips into a twerk rhythm on “Down On Me,” then admits he wants to love, kiss, and hug his lady’s body on “I Like.” Meanwhile, “Wanna Get Up” brings a dose of EDM energy, and two-parter “Waiter/The 5 Senses” switches from a chopped-and-screwed grind to a lovely and fragile flurry of acoustic guitar. And if you’re worried that Jeremih only cares about sex, listen to “X’s & O’s.” He’s looking for a wife, too.

EDITORS’ NOTES

Jeremih lavishes attention on the female form throughout his second album, and his desires take on many styles. He dips into a twerk rhythm on “Down On Me,” then admits he wants to love, kiss, and hug his lady’s body on “I Like.” Meanwhile, “Wanna Get Up” brings a dose of EDM energy, and two-parter “Waiter/The 5 Senses” switches from a chopped-and-screwed grind to a lovely and fragile flurry of acoustic guitar. And if you’re worried that Jeremih only cares about sex, listen to “X’s & O’s.” He’s looking for a wife, too.

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Ratings and Reviews

4.2 out of 5

810 Ratings

810 Ratings

Rollin' On Sum Scottie Pippens

Fl!ght Skool

Since his first album I have fallin' in love wit' Jeremih's music and this album is no different. This is better than his first album, and he killed it on his first album. (My Ride & My Sunshine) Check 'em out if you don't believe me. That was one of the best debuts in music for a while besides Ace Hood's, J. Holiday's & Flo Ridas' debut albums...and look what they did wit their second round; they exceeded what they achieved their first go round...maybe with the exception of Flo's kinda Pop feel to R.O.O.T.S. But either way this album blew me away with how good it was and how Jeremih's delivery and jus overall singing abilities increased. My Fav. tracks (X's & O's, Love Don't Change, Holding On) Get this album it's on FIRE!!!

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may2nic

Album suffers from a common disease infecting music nowdays - applying too much creativity and ending up overproducing the songs. Album sounds professionally composed but boring and unappealling. The Dream does it alot simpler and better.

Leaked awhile ago..

Bassemcee

Great sophomore album

About Jeremih

Born and bred on Chicago's South Side, pop-R&B singer and songwriter Jeremih taught himself how to play several instruments and didn't consider himself a vocalist until a warmly received talent show performance. At Chicago's Columbia College, he struck up a partnership with fledgling producer Mick Schultz, and the two closely collaborated on the material that became Jeremih's debut album. In March 2009, slow jam "Birthday Sex," the first single, debuted on Billboard's Hot R&B/Hip Hop chart, eventually topped it, and even crossed into the Top Ten of the Hot 100. Thanks to that hit, Jeremih, released that June with production handled entirely by Schultz, debuted at number six on the Billboard 200. A year later, Jeremih issued his follow-up, All About You. Like the debut, it was produced by Schultz and spawned a Top Ten pop hit, though it was a club track -- "Down on Me" -- featuring 50 Cent.

Five years passed prior to the release of Jeremih's third album. The protracted gap between full-lengths entailed numerous delays, a period during which the singer distanced himself from his earlier hits and blamed himself and his label for the slippage. The artist nonetheless hardly pulled a disappearing act, with the high-profile mixtape Late Nights with Jeremih, a Top Ten pop hit in the form of "Don't Tell 'Em" (produced by Schultz and DJ Mustard, and featuring YG), as well as appearances on numerous tracks headlined by other artists, most notably DJ Khaled's "Hold You Down." Late Nights: The Album finally arrived in December 2015 with guest spots from J. Cole, Future, Big Sean, and Ty Dolla $ign, among others. Just a few months later, Jeremih wrapped up his trilogy with the Late Nights: Europe mixtape, a slick collection whose 14 tracks were purportedly recorded in only two weeks. He and fellow Chicagoan Chance the Rapper closed out 2016 with a collaborative mixtape called Merry Christmas Lil' Mama. February 2017 saw the release of "I Think of You," the lead single from his forthcoming fifth album. A scattering of collaborations appeared throughout that year including "Here Comes the Sun" with Antonique Smith and "Physical" with Mally Mall and E-40. Early 2018 brought a quartet of new solo tracks which Jeremih bundled into The Chocolate Box EP. ~ Andy Kellman

HOMETOWN
Chicago, IL
BORN
July 17, 1987

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