Jeremih's career saved by 50 Cent?

Tuesday, April 5, 2011

By The Music Scoop
JR Staff Writer

Two years ago, the world was introduced to Jeremih through his hit, "Birthday Sex." The song became a minor hit during the early spring of 2009. But, following his first single, Jeremih disappeared from the game. Late last year, he attempted a small comeback.

Jeremih released his "Down on Me" single, but it was not met with much success. However, 50 Cent soon recorded on a remix of the song. Released in January, the song is still heavy in rotation on several radio stations across America. Jeremih is currently getting more radio play than Trey Songz and Ne-Yo.

As one of the rising R&B stars in the game, Jeremih has benefited from working with 50 Cent. It is also something to have music out getting more airplay than Trey Songz. Jeremih feels he can really move his career to the next level. The entire G-Unit crew has been working with him, as he provided the hook for Lloyd Banks' current hit, "I Don't Deserve You."

Recently, 50 Cent spoke on Jeremih's fast-rising career. He said Jeremih was close to being dropped from his label, Def Jam. But, because of his current hit with 50 Cent, Jeremih is now one of Def Jam's biggest artists. Jeremih's album was released last summer and the sales were extremely low and his singles were not getting any radio play. However, things have turned around for him ever since "Down on Me" made its way to the radio. 50 Cent has taken credit for this turn of events.


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