Get Low

Album: Single release only (2015)
  • This Remo the Hitmaker-produced strip club track features Jeremih crooning the hook. The R&B singer-songwriter previously found success with 50 Cent on the hit tune "Down On Me." Asked by Billboard magazine how he got involved with 50, Jeremih replied: "I'd say out of the whole entertainment business, he's probably been more like a mentor to myself."

    "I met him by default I would say, because I did a record with Lloyd Banks called 'I Don't Deserve You,' and it actually did pretty well," he continued. "So I was like 'man let's reach out to 50 for this record of mine,' ('Down On Me') and I didn't have a second verse ahead of the time. We just called down, and he did his verse. It's been history ever since."
  • The song also features verses from Atlanta rappers T.I. and 2 Chainz.
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