It’s April 1st, and no, it’s not an April Fool’s prank; Jhene Aiko and Big Sean’s duet EP Twenty88 is here. The project is centered around Sean and Aiko’s musical chemistry, and them wanting to bring back the classic male-female duet (with a modern twist, of course) with the focus on the ups and downs of a relationship.
Earlier this week, it was announced Jhene Aiko and Big Sean have formed a duo called Twenty88 and will drop their album for streaming (on TIDAL) and purchase tomorrow (April 1). They talked to Flaunt Magazine about the project and the concept of their musical union. Jhene explains their duo will shine a light on male/female duets in love and [Read More]
Well, what do we have here? Songstress Jhene Aiko and rapper Big Sean have linked up to form or a duo, calling themselves Twenty88. The artists announced the news last night (March 27th) on Twitter, and to prove how official it is, a Twitter and Instagram page have been erected under the name @TWENTY88. They also revealed the cover of [Read More]
Gospel/Inspirational artist Mali Music and songstress Jhene Aiko come together for the soundtrack to Spike Lee’s controversial upcoming film Chi-raq. The two duet on the song "Contradiction."
Just a week or so after it was revealed Jhene Aiko is married to rapper Dot Da Genius, she drops the video for her buzz single “B’s & H’s” (“B*tches and Hos”). The clip features Aiko in dramatic makeup and a long ponytail as she vibes out to the song in a casual outfit and a formal ensemble.
After speculation that songstress Jhene Aiko was married to Dot Da Genius (b. Oladipo Omishore), their marriage has been confirmed by the rapper! Congrats to the couple!
Ford Culture Collabs has extended beyond the mural installations with video content to capture the musicians. Ford is taking you inside the studio to see what "drives" musicians to create music that moves people.
L.A. singer Gallant gets fellow Cali songtress Jhene Aiko to duet with him on the hearty single “Skipping Stones,” a mellow, Adrian Younge-produced track that allows for Gallant’s piercing falsetto to take center stage.
Jhene Aiko holds down all the good-women-done-wrong in her new song "B's & H's" ("Bitches and Hos"), a song that calls out the deadbeat fellas who struggle to take care of themselves, while openly call women b*tches and hos and use them at their disposal.
In the clip, Aiko looks to be a spiritual wanderer visiting a hunter and gatherer tribe. After stumbling upon a clan of lost, destitute women, she rounds them up, and they come across a tribe of men.