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Jeremih sings the soulful hook while Dre and K. Dot rap their respective steamy bars on the song which was presumably recorded a few years ago.
The track is the latest to have surfaced from the singer's oft-delayed new LP 'Late Nights: The Album' that's now scheduled to arrive later this spring.
The raunchy track follows the YG-assisted banger 'Don't Tell Em' that reached No. 6 on Billboard Hot 100.
The rapper's collaboration with his tourmate will appear on his new EP 'Mac and Cheese: The Appetizer' which is coming out on Tuesday, December 16.
Jeremy Felton and his entourage are taken into police custody for attempting to board a flight through the plane's rear door after missing the final boarding call.
During her visit to BBC Radio One's 'Live Lounge', the New Zealand-born singer also performs 'Yellow Flicker Beat' from the soundtrack of 'The Hunger Games: Mockingjay, Part 1'.
Jeremih and his entourage are accused of throwing beer bottles at a Fuddruckers restaurant in Billings, Montana and causing $700 worth of damage.
With his album already in line for a year-end release, the rapper will visit 18 cities around U.S. to promote the second effort.
The Hype Williams-directed visuals features the rappers taking over a Miami mansion and being surrounded by several scantily clad ladies.
The 'Birthday Sex' singer drops the music video of his song 'Keep It Moving' off of his latest mixtape, 'Late Nights'.
Rumor has it, Paramount Pictures realizes that it has made a complete miscalculation by killing off Channing Tatum's character in the sequel, forcing the filmmakers to do a reshoot.
The Alex Nazari-directed visual for the Hip-Hop group's new single off their debut album, 'From Day 1', is filmed in Los Angeles and sees the trio enjoying the company of beautiful ladies.
The singer insisted that it was technical fault that made him look like he was miming his words and that the bottles were thrown at him for different reason.
In response to the song release, a disappointed Fiddy tweets to his followers, 'I have lost all the faith in the team I'm on.'
The network teams up with the executive producer of 'Terra Nova' and the 'Dark Tower' author to develop the drama series based on King's novel.