Jeremih Isn't Happy With The Way Def Jam Marketed His New Album "Late Nights"

Jeremih’s newest album Late Nights hasn’t had the best release start compared to many other albums this year. His label, Def Jam, has not been able to properly promote his album for it to successfully drop. Earlier this week, 50 Cent was the first to speak out about the incredibly high $18.99 price tag that came along with the album. And now, the “Birthday Sex” singer now shows his fans how pissed off he is about they way things have been handled.

@DeafJamRecords y'all don't even deserve my voice

— Jeremih (@Jeremih) December 13, 2015

the inexplicably popular August Alsina doesn't even have a hit right now and is selling more the first week than Jeremih and Ty combined

— Al Shipley (@alshipley) December 13, 2015

It's not the fact that mi album was actually priced 18.99

— Jeremih (@Jeremih) December 13, 2015

There's actually no CD's in the stores to even buy ,that's the main point. each Best Buy was shipped 6-7 copies a peice

— Jeremih (@Jeremih) December 13, 2015

we checked in to the Corperate offices at Best Buy in Chicago and they told us LateNights wasn't on this wks … https://t.co/ojJL0dEOWQ

— Jeremih (@Jeremih) December 13, 2015

Although Def Jam failed to put Jeremih’s new album properly, Late Nights has been getting critical acclaim. The Chi-Town singer has recieved notoriety from performing “Somewhere in Paradise” with Chance the Rapper last night on Saturday Night Live. Too bad his album can’t sale well, thanks to Def Jam.

Jeremih Isn't Happy With The Way Def Jam Marketed His New Album "Late Nights"

Jeremih’s newest album Late Nights hasn’t had the best release start compared to many other albums this year. His label, Def Jam, has not been able to properly promote his album for it to successfully drop. Earlier this week, 50 Cent was the first to speak out about the incredibly high $18.99 price tag that came along with the album. And now, the “Birthday Sex” singer now shows his fans how pissed off he is about they way things have been handled.

@DeafJamRecords y'all don't even deserve my voice

— Jeremih (@Jeremih) December 13, 2015

the inexplicably popular August Alsina doesn't even have a hit right now and is selling more the first week than Jeremih and Ty combined

— Al Shipley (@alshipley) December 13, 2015

It's not the fact that mi album was actually priced 18.99

— Jeremih (@Jeremih) December 13, 2015

There's actually no CD's in the stores to even buy ,that's the main point. each Best Buy was shipped 6-7 copies a peice

— Jeremih (@Jeremih) December 13, 2015

we checked in to the Corperate offices at Best Buy in Chicago and they told us LateNights wasn't on this wks … https://t.co/ojJL0dEOWQ

— Jeremih (@Jeremih) December 13, 2015

Although Def Jam failed to put Jeremih’s new album properly, Late Nights has been getting critical acclaim. The Chi-Town singer has recieved notoriety from performing “Somewhere in Paradise” with Chance the Rapper last night on Saturday Night Live. Too bad his album can’t sale well, thanks to Def Jam.