Jeremih edges closer to Late Nights: The Album with artwork, tracklist and release date

Long-awaited album due next month.

We’ve been looking forward to Jeremih’s Late Nights: The Album since the day we were born, or that’s what it feels like at this point. The eternally delayed full-length follow-up to his note-perfect 2012 mixtape Late Nights With… is finally set for release on November 10, according to Amazon UK.

The singer has also unveiled the album’s artwork and the 12-song tracklist, which features Compton star YG on his hit ‘Don’t Tell ‘Em’ and the perennial Juicy J alongside your usual suspects like J. Cole and French Montana, plus Trey Songz, Fabolous and Flo Rida. Also, there is a song called ‘Dumptrucks’. Production comes from the likes of long-time collaborator Mick Shultz, DJ Mustard, Vinylz, DJ Spinz and Needlz.

Listen to ‘Don’t Tell ‘Em’ (which his label didn’t even make a video for despite it becoming a bonafide hit) and check the tracklist below. [via HNHH]


1. “Planes” (Feat. J. Cole)
2. “Don’t Tell Em” (Feat. YG)
3. “Got Damn” (Feat. Trey Songz & Fabolous)
4. “Dumptrucks”
5. “There You Go”
6. “Gimmie Kiss”
7. “Can’t Go No Mo” (Feat. Juicy J)
8. “She No Good” (Feat. French Montana & Johnny Cinco)
9. “Horny”
10. “You & I”
11. “Tonight Belongs To You” (Feat. Flo Rida)
12. “Paradise”



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