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  • Summary: The third full-length studio release for the Chicago R&B artist features guest appearances from Jhené Aiko, Big Sean, J. Cole, Future, Juicy J, Migos, Twista, Ty Dolla $ign, and YG.
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Ahh ahh ahh ahh ahh Ahh ahh ahh ahh ahh Ahh ahh ahh ahh ahh. I think about all the time Think you may need all of mine Hate to say you know that... See the rest of the song lyrics
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  1. Dec 21, 2015
    Late Nights, in its subtle seduction, feels all the more special in an era that increasingly rewards artists who shout the loudest. Jeremih makes you shut everything else out so that you can hear him whisper in your ear. It was worth the wait.
  2. 83
    Jeremih’s vision is astounding, and the places in which he gets to indulge in adventurous risk-taking more than make up for the safe plays that surround them.
  3. Dec 21, 2015
    The album’s a treasure trove of exciting, sharp production, recruiting some of today’s most tuneful producers (Mick Shultz, Vinylz, London On Da Track, Murda Beatz, DJ Mustard, Soundz) who simply understand what works best for Jeremih’s adroit, rhythmic vocals.
  4. Dec 21, 2015
    Jeremih’s no saint, certainly, but this album feels universal in its depictions of desire--his sexiness is satiable, his desires multifaceted, and the way he chooses to explore them deliberately diverse.
  5. Jan 4, 2016
    Late Nights shoots at the moving target that is modern rhythm and blues and scores, because sometimes sheer talent just can’t be denied.
  6. Feb 1, 2016
    Jeremih’s consistency is admirable. That said, though, the large majority of the features drag Late Nights away from excellency.
  7. Dec 21, 2015
    The succession of guest artists is so long that it becomes disruptive. Jeremih nonetheless delivers enough slightly quavering, somewhat vulnerable sounding NC-17 and X-rated lines to keep ears perked.
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