From collaborating as a duo by Twenty88, creating an album together and building a personal relationship, Jhené Aiko and Big Sean have a history that has fans completely invested in.
On Nov. 14, Aiko took to her social media to post a photo of what looked like an album cover. It included Aiko posing in a jungle or forest-like environment while wearing a floral dress and a blue bandana cardigan hanging off her arms. The photo had an album censor of “Parental Advisory Explicit Content,” which had fans wondering if it was an album or song dropping soon.
Luckily for Twenty88 fans, it was another collab between the two. Aiko’s new song and visual for “None of Your Concern,” featuring Big Sean, was released hours later and had some very explicit lyrics expressing sexual intimacy.
Fans gave props to Jhené for starting the song off feeling some type of way about a relationship ending then finishing the song with a careless attitude. Aiko sang, “Once I felt a way, but not today, I’m not afraid, now I can say/ Get your bitch ass off of my phone, please leave me alone/ I am not your girl anymore, you need to watch your tone”
Sean, on the other hand, was given props for his sexual lyrics of “And if you find my replacement, how could you? I made you cum nine times in one day”
The two have reportedly been separated for a year and have made their own music regarding relationships. The Detroit native released “Single Again” featuring Aiko and the Slauson native released, “Triggered” and “Wasted Love Freestyle” since then.
In the end, it seems as if it’s all love for the two and they’ve maintained a healthy friendship. Hopefully, we’ll be seeing more of the duo.