Despite fans response to Jeremih’s long-awaited Late Nights: The Album, the R&B singer isn’t too happy with his label’s support. One week after the surprise release, the Chicago crooner took to Twitter to let us know how really feels about the politics behind the LP. And for starters, the fact that there were only 6-7 distributed copied of the effort at Best Buy locations didn’t sit well with the artist.
Jeremih’s rant comes as no surprise, after he’s openly spoke about the issues with his label in interviews over the course of his latest album’s delay. "My label is hesitating and not being on my side," he told Billboard last month. "I see other artists and how they're supported. It's hard when I'm on a roster with Rihanna, Rick Ross, and Kanye West."
Def Jam has yet to comment on the matter.