Grammy-named vocalist/lyricist Jeremih is back with another single, “Changes. It’s joined by an authority music video coordinated by Factories Mill operator.
The Hitmaka-created single is his most memorable new performance single in more than four years.
Enclosed by layers of wistfulness, “Changes” gets from Avant’s 2003 work of art “Read Your Brain,” which he keenly uses to challenge a sweetheart who’s eased off after a minor clash.
‘How I’m posture to miss you consistently/How you left me remaining in the downpour/How you going to fail to remember everything we did in one contention then change, child,” Jeremih sings.
Jeremih further explained the meaning behind the song via press release:
“We all go back and forth sometimes with relationships and the various changes they can have. The ups, the downs, but the best change is having someone that’ll make you stop doing what you’re doing to focus on just that.”
It’s been seven years since Jeremih released his third studio LP Late Nights, complete with 15 tracks and contributions from J. Cole, Ty Dolla $ign, Migos, Big Sean, Future, YG, Jhené Aiko, and more. In 2018, he and Ty Dolla $ign reunited for the joint album MihTy, an 11-song offering with assists from French Montana, Chris Brown, and Wiz Khalifa. Press play on “Changes” below.