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Stream Chicago Producer Jeremiah Meece’s Nostalgic Bedroom BULLETT Mix

Music

Stream Chicago Producer Jeremiah Meece’s Nostalgic Bedroom BULLETT Mix

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Chicago producer and The-Drum alumnus Jeremiah Meece is having a major well-deserved moment, right now. He not only produced Cakes Da Killa’s new Peaches collab, but also nine songs off Mykki Blanco’s debut full-length LP, from buzz track, “The Plug Won’t,” to lead pop single, “Loner.” Meece even lent his own whispery vocals to the chorus of “Hideaway,” a woozy Blanco standout that segues nicely into the artist’s own solo EP, Vocal EP1, out this Friday via Nina Pop.

Fresh off the release of his doleful single, “Unfurl,” which Meece told Paper was written to compare his relationships to a “spool of thread,” we’re sharing today an original mix exclusively on BULLETT.

“I put this mix together throughout the summer, feeding off the vibes of parties my friends and I were going to [and] throwing,” he said. “There’s more nostalgia than normal because I was feeling those classic vocal house tracks that always turn the party out. I thought of this mix as something to work the party from the dance floor to the bedroom—after an hour of dancing music, it transitions into sexy R&B to set the mood.”

Slip into Meece’s sultry orbit, below: