We haven’t heard from Jeremih in awhile, however he’s again with a brand new EP titled The Chocolate Field. Though the gathering is brief and candy with simply solely 4 songs, it’s worthy of your consideration.
The R&B loverman takes listeners again to the ‘90s on two of the standout tracks on the EP. On “Playing cards Proper,” Jeremih samples Bobby Brown’s “Rock Wit’Cha,” to ship a luxurious love ballad that caters to the women. On “Endlessly I am Prepared,” he reworks H-City’s “Knockin’ Da Boots” into his personal love anthem.
However Jeremih additionally delivers modern songs like “SMTS” (Suck Me to Sleep), the place he salutes his lover’s fellatio expertise over a melodic, lure music-inspired beat. On “Nympho,” the Chicago crooner sing attractive speak over a minimalistic bass-heavy manufacturing.
Along with The Chocolate Field EP, Jeremih additionally has plans to drop a 21-song collaborative album with Ty Dolla $ign referred to as MihTy.
There isn’t any phrase on a launch date for the undertaking, however Ty Dolla $ign informed Billboard that it is “principally carried out” and they’re ready for pattern clearances to be approve earlier than shifting ahead. Studio wizard Hitmaka (aka Yung Berg), who produced the venture, advised Joe Budden on his podcast that the joint venture options “21 songs of greatness.”
You’ll be able to take heed to The Chocolate Field EP or stream it at all digital platforms together with Spotify and Apple Music (under).
Stream Jeremih’s Chocolate Field EP By means of Apple Music
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