Dreezy just dropped her debut single ‘Body’, with a guest appearance from Jeremih. The tune features light production, with sizzling snares perfectly complementing the two singers’ airy voices. Dreezy’s interplay with Jeremih sounds exceedingly natural – I wouldn’t be surprised if we hear this collaboration again. The Chicago newcomer adds a lighthearted and bouncy vibe to Jeremih’s characteristically sultry approach; check out this refreshing R&B tune below.
While some of us were overdosing on holiday food and family gatherings, The Weeknd was off releasing new music for everyone to come back to. One of the tracks he shared with the world is a remix of Jeremih’s newest party hit off of his latest album Late Nights: The Album. “Pass Dat” is already a diamond in the r&b roof, but The Weeknd managed to make a collaboration match made in the heaven. Two catchy, soulful power houses on one track, something no one can complain about. Although the release of Jeremih’s Late Nights: The Album has brought controversy with his current label Def Jam, it’s clear that no one (including The Weeknd) can ignore the gem that Jeremih created with his latest album. Check out The Weeknd’s remix of Jeremih’s addictive track “Pass Dat” below and check out the original on Jeremih’s latest album Late Nights: The Album, out now.
Our favorite multi-instrumentalist, singer-songwriter-producer-legend George Barnett announced his first mixtape The Red Tape just 8 days ago and now we have the project, and it is unbelievably fun. Like, just listen to some of the stuff on here. Let’s see, we got a Jeremih cover that also samples Pusha T‘s “Numbers on the Boards” (on tape highlight “Down on Me”), a few Perks of the Wallflower movie soundbites, a heartbreaking rendition of Lana Del Rey‘s “Ride,” a snippet of a new original track called “Animal Keeper” accompanied by a clever fake phone call with his manager (“You want a hit? Two words for you: twerking”), a surprisingly faithful cover of Kendrick Lamar‘s “Swimming Pools (Drank),” and an angelic outro that will probably make you instantly at peace with your God. I’m serious.
And somehow through the seemingly hectic tracklist, the project remains true to its creator and cohesive as an independent piece of music. The transitions are flawless, and the covers are devastatingly beautiful and original takes on established songs. For most artists the task of covering Daft Punk would have them in creative ruins, but George Barnett just takes it all in stride and elevates hit songs to new levels and makes them, in the least clichéd way possible, “his own.”
So… this song is sexual. I don’t know if it’s NSFW or what. It’s NS for something. I’m pretty sure Shlohmo and Jeremih just got together (as part of that Yours Truly and adidas Originals “Songs from Scratch” series) and consciously decided to make the most sexual song possible based off a nursery rhyme just to challenge themselves. I guess after a certain point, you have to sexualize nursery rhymes; there’s nowhere else to go with sexual things. And in a way, nursery rhymes are the most sexual rhymes there are.
I’m gonna do u right girl.