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Lately Chicago singer Jeremih has been emerging as one of the most exciting voices in R&B. As Tom noted last week, he's gone from a B- or C-list loverman crooner to a guy who comfortably slides all…   Read Story »
A few years ago, Jeremih came off like Trey Songz' younger cousin, or like a poor man's Usher: A slick young R&B loverman who sounded happiest when he was playing songs that could conceivably get…   Read Story »
A couple of weeks ago, the great Chicago R&B singer Jeremih teamed up with the bass music producer Shlohmo to release No More, an EP-length mixtape that stands as one of the year's strongest…   Read Story »
The Chicago R&B smoothie Jeremih, alongside producer Shlohmo, is half of the tandem that put together the No More EP, one of the year's better free mixtapes. But that tape came out only a week ago,…   Read Story »
Jeremih and Shlohmo are an unlikely combination for a lot of obvious reasons. One is a black guy from Chicago who sings slick, radio-directed R&B, and the other is a white guy from Los Angeles who…   Read Story »
The Chicago R&B singer Jeremih and the L.A. bass music producer Shlohmo first teamed up on last year's "Bo Peep (Do You Right)" as part of Yours Truly's Songs From Scratch series. They turned out to…   Read Story »
Music has the ability to communicate a wide emotional spectrum, and this week's 5 Best Songs do just that. Whether it be Porter Robinson giving us some anthemic waves of synth, or Cam'ron going in on…   Read Story »
In 1992, the German eurodance group Snap! released "Rhythm Is A Dancer," which featured some soulful vocals by Thea Austin and terrible rapping by a guy named Turbo B. Twenty-two years later,…   Read Story »
Ever since BEYONCÉ burst into our lives last December, we've been hearing more and more about Boots, aka Jordan Asher, the musician who co-produced most of the album and a former member of Stereogum…   Read Story »
Among the attributes necessary for pop stardom, a powerhouse voice is not typically on the shortlist. From Madonna to Rihanna, pop singers have long been able to excel at their occupation without the…   Read Story »