Jeremih Lyrics - Singles & Featured

English 9 January 1, 2009

Jeremih, an American R&B singer, began his music career with a bang in 2009 when his debut single "Birthday Sex" reached number four on the Billboard Hot 100 chart. This success paved the way for his first studio album, also titled "Jeremih," which peaked at number six on the Billboard 200 later that year. Following this, his 2010 single "Down on Me," featuring 50 Cent, matched the commercial heights of his debut, achieving sextuple platinum status certified by the RIAA. Despite this early success, his second album "All About You" in 2010 did not meet the same critical or commercial acclaim.

In 2014, Jeremih bounced back with "Don't Tell 'Em," featuring YG, marking his third top-ten hit on the Billboard Hot 100. This track, along with subsequent singles like "Oui" and "Planez" featuring J. Cole, all achieved quintuple platinum certification by the RIAA. These successes led up to his third album, "Late Nights: The Album," released in 2015.

In 2018, Jeremih teamed up with Ty Dolla Sign to form the duo MihTy, releasing a collaborative album under the same name. However, Jeremih's career has not been without controversy. In 2014, an incident at a restaurant in Billings, MT involving Jeremih and his crew made headlines for alleged disruptive behavior, prompting refunds for his concert attendees and criticism from the concert promoter.

Despite ups and downs, Jeremih continued to work on new music, teasing his fourth studio album "Later That Night" in 2016 during an interview with Billboard. He also shared his experiences writing songs for artists like Kanye West and Nicki Minaj. Jeremih's creative output included the mixtape "Late Nights: Europe" in 2016, which he recorded while on tour in Europe.

In 2018, Jeremih announced a joint tour with Teyana Taylor titled "Later That Night," but it was marred by controversy when Teyana left the tour due to mistreatment allegations against Jeremih. Despite these challenges, Jeremih continued collaborating with other artists, appearing in songs like Chantel Jeffries' "Chase the Summer" in 2019 and Bryce Vine's "Baby Girl" remix in 2020.

After a significant hiatus, Jeremih made a comeback in October 2022 with his single "Changes." This marked his return to the spotlight, followed by introducing his protégé Murf Dilly with the song "2 C's" in April 2023 under his newly established Late Nightz Records label. Throughout his career, Jeremih has navigated highs and lows in the music industry, leaving a lasting impact with his distinctive R&B sound and collaborations. Below you can find a to z all track details, with lyrics and videos.