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Jeremy Zucker

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you were good to me Jeremy Zucker, Chelsea Cutler 03:39
comethru Jeremy Zucker 03:01
this is how you fall in love Jeremy Zucker, Chelsea Cutler 02:54
all the kids are depressed Jeremy Zucker 02:49
scared Jeremy Zucker 03:27
better off Jeremy Zucker, Chelsea Cutler 03:13
emily Jeremy Zucker, Chelsea Cutler 03:53
that way Tate McRae, Jeremy Zucker 02:54
please Chelsea Cutler, Jeremy Zucker 03:39
Cry with you Jeremy Zucker 03:37

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Is nothing sacred?

by Jeremy Zucker


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Jeremy Zucker (March 3, 1996) is an American singer-songwriter who blends introspective indietronica with an eclectic assortment of folk and hip-hop influences. Born in the city of Franklin Lakes, New Jersey, he grew up in a musical household and began writing his own songs during high school. Beach Island, his debut EP, came out in 2015 and was followed by a second EP titled Breathe (2016), which contained his breakthrough single “‘Bout It.” In 2017, the track “Heavy” from his third EP Motions was remixed by rap artist and producer Blackbear, thus kicking off a series of collaborations that continued with the track “Talk Is Overrated,” included in Jeremy Zucker’s second EP of 2017, Idle. After graduating from Colorado College in 2018, he scored his first charting effort with the single “Comethru,” a duet with singer Bea Miller that reached Number 59 on South Korea’s Gaon Digital Chart and received over 800 million plays on streaming services. In 2019, Jeremy Zucker joined forces with friend and collaborator Chelsea Cutler on the joint EP Brent. His debut album Love Is Not Dying saw the light in 2020 and peaked at Number 57 on the Billboard 200 thanks to the success of the single “Always, I’ll Care.” 2021 found the New Jersey native teaming up once more with Chelsea Cutler on the EP Brent II, which spawned the Top 10 hit “This Is How You Fall in Love.” His sophomore studio album Crusher would arrive later that year.