It's been a long time coming. Not only has it been over five years since Jeremih dropped a solo record, but his latest LP--Late Nights: The Album--has seemingly been on the precipice for months and months. The YG-featuring "Don't Tell Em" was released in June of 2014 and became a fixture at radio, peaking at #6 on Billboard's Hot 100 and eventually being certified Double Platinum by the RIAA. "Planes"--retitled on the album proper as "Planez"-- and its J. Cole guest verse went Platinum following a January 2015 release. Street dates came and went with no official explanation from Jeremih or from Def Jam. Yet finally, mercifully, Late Nights is here, available to stream in its entirety below courtesy of Spotify.

Ironically, though four singles from the record have gotten official releases, the album comes today (Dec. 4) with little warning. His self-titled debut from 2009 debuted at #6 on Billboard (and #1 on its R&B charts) largely off the strength of his massive single, "Birthday Sex." His follow-up from the next year, All About You, didn't fare as well, opening at #27 on the charts. (That in spite of the 50 Cent-featuring "Down On Me," another Double Platinum single.) Jeremih has become one of the industry's go-to guest vocalists: in the past two years alone, he's been featured on singles from Nelly, French Montana, Wale, DJ Khaled, R. Kelly and others. In addition to the previously released singles, Late Nights sports guest turns from Future, Juicy J, Twista, the Migos and others.