“Jhene Aiko is an artist who I really respect. I think she has a unique voice in music and culture,” said Common.
“I care about you, baby / More than you’ll ever know,” Jhené Aiko croons at the start of her new single, “The Pressure.”
Fans of Jhené Aiko won’t have to wait much longer to finally hear her debut album, Souled Out.
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“‘Sail Out’ basically means to be free,” Aiko proclaims during a spoken-word break in the video. “Go with the wind, you know, like a sailboat. I think that’s really important when it comes to peace…inner peace especially.”