Chicago-bred crooner, Jeremih just released Late Nights Europe, a mixtape created during his travels in Europe. The project was executive produced by multi-platinum producer and songwriter, Soundz and includes some love notes and gritty, sex-infused ballads backed by trap lyrics and rap features. Jeremih opens the mixtape spitting unexpected bars and follows his first track with a unique combination of rap-singing.

The project was released Tuesday night (July 19) and features the song titles of places Jeremih visited such as Paris and Amsterdam.

Earlier this year, he debuted Late Nights: The Album, which features his hit jam
"Oui." Jermih sat down with USA Today to discuss his inspiration behind the album.

"I was on a European tour for the last 30 days and the best thing about it was creating a new body of work called Late Nights Europe," he told the publication.

On the track, "Belgium," he draws on Fat Joe and Remy Ma’s hit track "All The Way Up." And in the track "Paris" featuring Ty Dolla $ign. Jeremih sings about impressive oral sex and throughout the song he croons “who taught you that?” Later in the project, he even dabbles in dancehall in the track "London" featuring Stefflon Don, Krept & Konan.

The 14-track project boasts not only a European travel theme but also the adventures of “sexploration” ending his journey back at "The Crib" in his final track.

Take a listen to Jeremih's new mixtape below.

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