Big Sean is getting a little introspective in his new ballad “Win Some, Lose Some,” which shows the softer side of the rapper.
Many experts, self-help books and women scorned would argue that the thing men don’t understand about women is their mutable nature.
Nothing like a jolt of sunshine on a chilly autumn day.
“When people connect to the songs, they are really connecting,” Aiko says. “These aren’t just random words that I’m writing, these are actual experiences, so it means a lot.”
She preserves the song’s graceful core, crooning in a white dress over the soulful notes of a single soulfully strummed acoustic guitar.
“Look at my phone thinking / should I press send or not?”
When Tinashe says she wants to share a “female perspective” with her listeners, she means her music has a point of view that is both young and female. Unfortunately, some people are not quite ready for this POV. Not that Tinashe cares.
Souled Out is due out Sept. 9 on Artium/Def Jam.
Aiko’s Souled Out is out next week.
“I’m a wanderer,” she repeats on the chorus.
Brooklyn will be alive with the sound of classic hip-hop when the legendary label celebrates the milestone birthday.
“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.
While they’re playing fast and loose with the term “tour,” if you happen to live around Brooklyn, Toronto, Los Angeles, or San Francisco, you can catch the trio on the “King of the Fall” tour performing “special one-night events.”
Jhené Aiko has been dominating urban radio with her single “The Worst” for months and it seems that she’s gearing up to finally release her full length album.