On the track, featuring seductive vocals from Jhené Aiko and R. Kelly, and samples Mtume’s “Juicy Fruit,” Breezy sings about losing a lover while bedding other women for the hell of it.
R&B singer/songwriter Jhené Aiko will hit the road this fall in support of her #1 R&B Album, Trip, released on September 29th via Def Jam.
Jhené Aiko declares her “Ascension” to heaven in the standout song, which features Brandy, and lifted from her newly released album, ‘Trip.’
Yesterday, Jhené Aiko announced the new album, ‘Trip,’ and hours later, she released it for the world to hear. ‘Trip,’ the short film and new album, was inspired by the lost of her brother Miyagi, who passed in 2012.
Aiko, who wrote and co-directed ‘Trip’ with Tracy Oliver, is giving more details about the flick, her pain and support system, and projects to come, which includes the album ‘Trip’ and a poetry book.
Aiko releases the new autobiographical short film, Trip, which she wrote and co-directed with Tracy Oliver (Girls Trip). The 23-minute film takes viewers on a journey “through love, loss, and self-discovery”
Jhené Aiko and Chris Brown collaborated once before on the 2014 hit single “Post to Be” with Omarion and another one called “Drunk Texting,” now they’ve linked up again to create a new collaboration called “Hello Ego.”
The song is a soulful ode to true love (presumably inspired by her relationship with rapper Big Sean) and the video will humorously tug at your heart strings.
Over the bouncy, chill Pop beat, Jhene sings of her rise to fame, but questions how people will feel about her when the spotlight dwindles.
R&B singers Keyshia Cole, Jhené Aiko, Bryson Tiller, THEY., H.E.R., and Khalid will join rappers like Snoop Dogg, Wiz Khalifa, Migos, A$AP Rocky, ScHoolboy Q, …