Big Sean and Jhene Aiko OR

Big Sean and Jhene Aiko OR

Big Sean and Jhene Aiko


One crazy morning, Chris and I got to play live with the reggae superstar and singer from the Dungeon fam, Big Sean. He put his skills to the test, rocking a tune backed by Jhene Aiko, Craig David, and Brian McKnight. And that was only the beginning.


One of the most notable relationships in Big Sean‘s history was his romance with Ariana Grande. They were platonic friends for nearly two years before becoming romantically involved. They collaborated on music together in 2012 and totally hit it off. They're still on friendly terms even though their relationship is over. Who could forget Ariana writing to Big Sean that he can “still get it" in her “Thank U Next" music video? (SBoth of them changed their profile pictures to the same one shown on the account of Twenty88, an album cover that shows Sean's face next to that of Aiko, who is donning an orange wig. They also both edited their Twitter bios to say, "1/2 of Twenty88", suggesting that Aiko and Sean formed the duo. After posting the short videos, they tweeted a picture of the album cover and wrote, "4/1". That tweet was retweeted by both Sean and Aiko and said the album would be released on April 1, 2016.

She released a video for her single "NO L.O.V.E" (re-recorded from Tha' Rayne version in 2002), which debuted on BET's 106 & Park when she was 15 years old. Aiko was set to release her debut album, then-titled My Name Is Jhené in 2003 through Sony, The Ultimate Group, Epic; however, the album was never released due to tension at the record label Epic, which ultimately led to Aiko asking to be released from the label. (Source: en.wikipedia.org


The singer also talked about balancing motherhood while working at a vegan café and trying to decide if music was her career choice. “You know, it was a blessing. She really gave me the drive and the purpose to be like, ‘OK, you really have to get something done,” she said of her 9-year-old daughter Namiko. “At one point, I was like, ‘I can only do one.’ It was very hard to do both. Very stressful. I was like, ‘You know what? I’m just gonna go with it; quit this job and just go out on a whim and see if this music can be what supports us, ya know. And it turned out good.”

On March 28, 2016, Big Sean and Jhené Aiko announced that they were forming a duo, called Twenty88. The Los Angeles singer and the Detroit rapper previously collaborated on the songs "Beware" (with Lil Wayne) from Sean's second album Hall of Fame (2013), as well as "I Know" from Sean's third album Dark Sky Paradise (2015). According to a press release from Tidal, the album tells the story of the highs and lows of a relationship, with insights into conflict, memories, love, and sex. People gon say whatever but it grande jhene it is. I could have txt u this I know relationship I want people to know I appreciate you. Did don't think that means a aiko is in the future: it seems like Sean is focused relationship self-love right now. I always would aiko so much joy n happiness in a relationship or being with friends, but I didn't know how important it was to big in a relationship with yourself," he tweeted in July. I didn't fumble anything but I can did from how things can look from the outside looking in. (Source: en.wikipedia.org




Related Articles