The name of the game is consistency and hard work. Jeremih has been working hard for a long time and is about to pay off. The R&B singer has been making huge hits for the past couple of years. This time around Late Nights: Europe is a follow up to his album Late Nights released on 2015. The project contains fourteen songs, each named after the cities he visited while on tour on Europe.
The project that was executive produced by Soundz, it contains a little bit of everything you could want. The mixtape has songs that are radio friendly and also records for those late nights with that special one. Late Nights: Europe is also packed with star features that include Wiz Khalifa, Ty Dolla $ign , K-Camp, The Game and many more.
One of the main things to take from this project is Jeremih’s potential. On tracks like Dubai feat. K Camp and Khalifa and Lebanon, The Chicago singers show us that he can make a record that could turn the club up all night long. Jeremih always had that superstar potential. In some of the tracks his talent is outshine by the production of the song or the other artist featuring.This doesn’t happen often on Late Nights: Europe but it does occur on some tracks. On Paris, featuring Ty Dolla $ign, Jeremih carries that track in a wonderful way, but it only seems like a warmup for Ty Dolla to come in and steal the show. One of the things no one can steal from Jeremih is his smooth playa style. This guy can make amazing R&B tracks that rival some of the greatest singers.Belgium is an example of a track that has a sophisticated feeling, but with a mixed of freaky song. The type of song that you put your fanciest dress, but you make sure you can twerk in it. Stockholm and Berlin are the type of tracks that you want to put on your system after a fun night out and make sure the night is one that she can forget. The track that you must play to close the night has to be British Headboards. British Headboards is the track that sends chills down her spine once you play it.
Late Nights: Europe is a good reminder of how great Jeremih can be. He’s already established himself as the guy that can make THAT record. Now, we want to see more consistency in his future projects. It will be really great to see him focusing more on more R&B center tracks. He can make a great pop record but when he’s on that R&B mood, he’s untouchable. Hopefully, we will see more of this Jeremih on his collaboration project with PARTYNEXTDOOR, Late Night Party.
Favorite Tracks- Berlin (She with it), British Headboards