Rhyme Report

Published on January 14th, 2023 | by MuzikScribe


Jeremih Reimagines Last Year’s “Changes”


Kicking off the New Year, Chicago’s multi platinum singer-songwriter Jeremih returns with a reimagined sped-up version of the Hitmaka-produced track “Changes”, out now via Def Jam Recordings. A slowed-down version of “Changes” will be released next week Friday, January 20, 2023. The reworked new tracks arrive on the heels of the original single and its coinciding official music video, which premiered on BET Soul & BET Jams day of release.

“Changes” continues to climb the charts and has resulted in press praise from Pitchfork, BET, People Magazine, Stereogum, Brooklyn Vegan, The Fader, and Essence, among others. A welcomed return as “Changes” marks the first official release in seven years and offers a glimpse of his upcoming fourth studio album.

Listen to the sped-up “Changes” below, stream and watch the official music video. Stay tuned for the “Changes slowed down track arriving next week and news to follow from the inimitable artist.

Stream “Changes” (Sped Up):




You not only hear Jeremih’s voice throughout the culture, but you also feel his inescapable and inimitable presence everywhere. The chart-dominating multiplatinum Chicago-born singer, songwriter, producer, and actor has emerged as a ubiquitous force whose reputation undoubtedly precedes him. After piling up billions of streams, earning dozens of gold, platinum, and multiplatinum plaques, and earning a GRAMMY® Award nomination, he continues to diversify his already dynamic impact with massive production credits and film and television roles in 2022 and beyond.

Jeremih catapulted to the forefront of R&B with his 2009 self-titled debut album, Jeremih. It crashed the Top 10 of the Billboard Top 200 and eventually went platinum, buoyed by the explosion of the quadruple-platinum “Birthday Sex.” Following the gold-certified All About You in 2010, he served up the platinum epic Late Nights: The Album. It marked his third consecutive Top 10 debut on the Billboard Top R&B/Hip-Hop Albums Chart and spawned the quadruple-platinum “Don’t Tell Em” [feat. YG], quadruple-platinum “Oui,” and triple-platinum “Planez” [feat. J. Cole]—which scored a GRAMMY® Award nomination in the category of “Best R&B Performance.” Meanwhile, Pitchfork notably cited Late Nights: The Album among “The 50 Best Albums of 2015.” He maintained his momentum with the holiday mixtape Merry Christmas Lil’ Mama with Chance the Rapper [2016] and MihTy with Ty Dolla $ign, igniting the gold single “The Light.” Other notable collaborators include, 50 Cent, Kayne West, DJ Khaled, Big Sean, and DJ Snake.

After building a rapport with “Down On Me” nearly a decade prior, 50 Cent called Jeremih and asked him to play Elijah on the Starz smash Power Book IV: Force. He inhabited the character with a combination of honesty and energy, leading to a recurring role. As he grew up on Martin and the Fresh Prince of Bel-Air as well as “street classics” like Scarface, Friday, Poetic Justice, and Boomerang, it opened up the floodgates for a myriad of possibilities.

In addition to teeing up a role in the show North of the 10, Jeremih expanded his repertoire behind the board as a producer. He notably produced the lead track for Power Book IV: Force and will be cooking up more heat throughout the year. At the same time, he’s looking ahead to his next musical chapter. Closing a seven-year gap since the arrival of Late Nights: The Album, he hit the studio hard to craft its long-awaited new album follow-up. In the meantime, The Late Nights with Jeremih album will be available on streaming platforms this year, “2023”.

Tags: , , , , , , , , , , , , , , ,

About the Author

Comments are closed.

Back to Top ↑