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JEREMIH DOMINATES THE CHARTS WITH LEAD SINGLE “DON’T TELL ’EM” FEATURING YG – CAPTURING THIRD #1 AT RHYTHM RADIO!


JEREMIH DOMINATES THE CHARTS WITH LEAD SINGLE “DON’T TELL ’EM” FEATURING YG – CAPTURING THIRD #1 AT RHYTHM RADIO!

 

JEREMIH’s THIRD ALBUM, LATE NIGHTS: THE ALBUM, ARRIVES SEPT. 30th ON DEF JAM RECORDINGS!

 

MUCH-ANTICIPATED FOLLOW-UP TO 2010’s ALL ABOUT YOU, WITH BACK-TO-BACK SMASH HITS “DOWN ON ME” FEATURING 50 CENT AND “IMMA STAR (EVERYWHERE WE ARE)”

 

“BIRTHDAY SEX” STILL REIGNS SUPREME – WITH NEARLY 50 MILLION YOUTUBE VIEWS AND COUNTING !
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(August 19, 2014 – New York, NY) Chicago-born Def Jam sensation Jeremih, has exploded back onto the charts with his new single “Don’t Tell ’Em” featuring fellow Def Jam rapper YG, capturing his third #1 smash at rhythm radio.

 

In addition, “Don’t Tell ‘Em” is Jeremih’s biggest Hot 100 hit since “Down On Me” [featuring 50 Cent] peaked at #4 in April 2011, and becomes his fourth Top 10 on the Hot R&B/Hip-Hop Songs chart.  “Don’t Tell ’Em” is the latest buzz track (following 2013’s “All The Time” featuring Lil’ Wayne) from Jeremih’s hotly anticipated third album LATE NIGHTS: THE ALBUM, set for September 30th release on Def Jam Recordings.

LATE NIGHTS: THE ALBUM  arrives in stores four years to the month since Jeremih’s last album, All About You (released September 2010), and features a who’s who of  notable appearances including Trey Songz, Fabolous, J. Cole, YG, and Flo Rida. LATE NIGHTS: THE ALBUM is a continuation to Jeremih’s critically-acclaimed mixtape Late Nights with Jeremih.

 

Jeremih, the mega-talented 27-year old singer, songwriter, producer, and multiinstrumentalist was a musical prodigy since early childhood on Chicago’s infamous South­side.  He was given his first set of drums at age three, and by the time he got to Morgan Park High School, was adept at drums and piano.  His intelligence enabled him to skip junior year, graduate high school at 16, and enter the University of Illinois as an engineering science major.

 

But when he started getting involved with on-campus talent shows, music took over. He transferred to Columbia College, one of Chicago’s premier art schools, and began collaborating on demos with music student Mick Schultz.  Their mutual love for music led to the creation of “My Ride,” Jeremih’s first song to hit local radio, on Power-92.

 

“Birthday Sex” followed in October 2008, and Jeremih was soon the talk of Chicago, a hometown hero.  He was signed to Def Jam in March 2009, and “Birthday Sex” was released the next month.  It went on to become the summer single of the year, and his self-titled debut album also went to #1.  Since then, Jeremih has become a core artist at Def Jam.  “I feel like I’m on the best label I could be on,” Jeremih says.  “I’m not intimidated by anyone musically, and I’m honored and inspired by the artists around me… I didn’t get this far by making bad decisions.”

 

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