Later this year, Jhené Aiko will be releasing her Def Jam debut album. Though a drop date has yet to be announced, there’s already significant buzz surrounding the set, and the arrival of lead single To Love & Die will only heighten fan anticipation. On this pensive jam, the rising R&B songstress lets us know just how seriously she takes matters of the heart—which is to say, as serious as a heart attack. Labelmates Cocaine 80s provide vocal support throughout, while The Fisticuffs produce the record’s immersive instrumental backdrop. Has To Love & Die left you craving more? Then keep your browsers locked for release details on Souled Out, as well as all the latest tunes.
Written by richard on 06/23/14
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