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Details of Jeremih and the Ticket Luck value
R&B crooner, the spirited Jeremih Felton is heading on another enjoyable North American tour that kicks off this June. Music lovers have been eagerly awaiting the release of his third album since long. In a recent hullabaloo when he was punched by colleague Chris Brown, Jeremih fans linked the smack in a punning allusion to the growing frustration over the delay. The singer finally announced the album to release July 2015 and fans have gone wild at the prospect of watching him in concert. You should get your Jeremih tickets as soon as possible because excited fans have already started rushing in to claim the best seats first. After all it's Jeremih with his eagerly awaited “Late Nights: The Album” and no one wants to miss it.
Background and Career
Raised by an artistic family in Chicago, Jeremih was a born music lover. The talented young boy would spend his days fiddling with the piano, drums and the guitar instead of toys, requesting the same as gifts. The blessed musician learned music through radio, listening to the compositions with his eyes closed. Jeremih did not have any music coaching till he joined the University of Illinois for an Engineering Degree where he discovered his passion for music. Convinced that music was to be his ultimate career, Jeremih dropped out and joined the Columbia College in Chicago which frequently hosted artistic and musical events. After a string of on-campus performances, Jeremih landed into a talent show where he played his music ideal Stevie Wonder. While the singer intended to do justice to the legendary Wonder, he got infatuated with the feel of the raving crowds that were to become his motivation for the rest of his career.
A Terrific Partnership
The Columbia College proved to be Jeremih's lucky charm and he soon met producer Mick Schultz with whom he recorded his first ever single. The duo struck a momentous partnership that has lasted through the years to come. Jeremih owes part of his success to Schultz for grooming his sonic abilities and recognizing his potentials. It was he who helped him sign a deal with Def Jam Records and also teamed up to work on the artist's eponymous album in 2009. The lead single “Birthday Sex” was a blockbuster hit for the duo after smashing the Billboard Hot Hip-Hop and R&B charts and debuting at number 4 on Billboard Hot 100. Jeremih's sophomore album “All About You” hit the shelves the following year garnering reviews akin to its forerunner's. Together with Schultz, Jeremih had produced some of the greatest hits in the genre including “Love Don't Change”, “I Like” and “Holding On”. The single “Down On Me” also had a 3D video featuring artist 50 Cent and generated a lot of buzz.
Late Nights: The Album
Jeremih Felton's upcoming collection “Late Nights: The Album” has created an uproar amongst awaiting fans because of the constant delays in the release. While the album was first due to come out in 2013, Jeremih's personal issues regarding his son and disputes with Def Jam led to the release being postponed to an unspecified date. The singer released four singles between 2014 and 2015 including “Don't Tell Em” featuring co-star YG and “Planes”, in collaboration with J. Cole. In April 2015, Jeremih released the third single “Tonight Belongs to U!” alongside Flo Rida which was immediately followed by “Money Do” that featured vocalist Gucci Mane.
Jeremih in Concert
Jeremih Felton won the iHeartRadio Music Award for Hip-Hop/R&B Song of the Year in March 2015 for his song “Don't Tell Em”. Blessed with an impressive baritone, Jeremih is popular for his riveting concert performances. The artist has often performed in jam-packed stadiums and sold-out shows and is considered as one of the most admired stars of the music industry. It is suggested you attend his upcoming concert in your city because you won't get to listen to artists like him that often.