Late Nights: The Album

Jeremih - Late Nights: The Album
Critic Score
Based on 10 reviews
2015 Ratings: #258 / 909
User Score
Based on 108 ratings
2015 Ratings: #363
December 4, 2015 / Release Date
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Def Jam / Label
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CRITIC REVIEWS

83
Pitchfork

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.

83
Consequence of Sound
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.
80
Tiny Mix Tapes

Jeremih’s a night owl, not a lark, and on Late Nights: The Album — his first in a lustrum — he retreats even further from the spotlight he seemed predestined for, carefully crafting an album that surprisingly finds tranquility in the 28-year-old’s thrill-seeker ways.

80
Spin
It’s a haze, reflective of the real world consequences of living out the entirety of your life in the twilight hours. Or maybe it’s just the head trauma, from the setbacks and knockdowns that threatened to abort this record before it had a chance to even enter the room. Either way, the beauty’s in the blur.
80
HipHopDX

Song after song limbers as you go through them and guest appearances from some of the game’s hottest artists ensures that he doesn’t feel years late. In truth, he doesn’t need them, delivering apple-pie-like R&B like the retro futurist he’s been trying to be. Late Nights is exactly what Jeremih needed to get his career moving.

60
AllMusic

Despite the winding path that led to it, Late Nights is together, neither tentative nor overcooked. It's apparently truer to Jeremih's vision than his first two albums, though only the most attentive listening reveals an artist with more dimensions -- or more vocal ability -- than the one who sang "Birthday Sex" and "Down on Me."

Maygirl
30
Really was going into this thinking there would be some more tracks like oui, because that track is so good. But no this entire thing is just minimal, lazy, uninspired, and kind of atrocious to listen to. oui is truly a special track, and proves Jeremih can do so much with his upper register and the production is nuts. But nothing else on this album is worth your time at all, it strips down anything interesting about R&B and then blasts trap hihats, 808s, typical trap drums, all that shit ... read more
Z.Younk
84
One of the best pop R&B albums of recent times and top-notch content.
CadeGilbert
70
oui is a great song
lemuriams
45
TRAP Hi-hats is a worst evil ever made.

TRAP MUSIC SUCK A DICK - STOP DO ALL THE TRACKS SIMILAR...
EMR
32
The late RnB prince returns with a new project that is both smooth and seductive, but also really derivative. The incredible promise shown on his turnaround EP collaboration with obscure producer Shlohmo last year seems steadily gone now, as the singer-songwriter backed away from that direction, now indulging in some regular trap-inspired sound, still showing some good vocal performances and often revealing his charismatic persona, but in the end, Late Nights remains a watered down version of ... read more
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Track List

  1. Planez (feat. J. Cole)
  2. Pass Dat
  3. Impatient (feat. Ty Dolla $ign)
  4. Oui
  5. Drank
  6. Giv No Fuks (feat. Migos)
  7. Feel Like Phil
  8. Royalty (feat. Future & Big Sean)
  9. I Did (feat. Feather)
  10. Actin' Up
  11. Remember Me
  12. Don't Tell 'Em (feat. YG)
  13. Woosah (feat. Juicy J & Twista)
  14. Worthy (feat. Jhené Aiko)
  15. Paradise
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Added on: September 14, 2014