One of the first releases from Jhene Aiko’s debut album, Souled Out. This is 'To Love & Die' - I’ve been excited for this project since Sailing Souls.. and the production and vocal prowess are all something old and even all of the new Jhene fans will appreciate. There’s a little bit of 50 Cent, Westside reppin’, and even some vocals from Chicago hailed clique - Cocaine 80s. With all that said… let the repeat spins begin. Dope track Jhene.
"The night-time of the body is the daytime of the soul"
"Be open minded to try everything once, but only internalize the things that complement your personality."
#drake nothing was the same
Totally relevant song from Drake’s new album featuring the goddess that is Jhene Aiko. (who’s presence initially drew me to the track)
The song def. hit a few points I can relate to.
I love me, I love me enough for the both of us
That’s why you trust me.. I know you been through more than most of us
So what are you? What are you, what are you so afraid of?
Darling you, you give but you cannot take love
so childish ….. @childishness
Two of my favorite artists here. Extremely powerful minds and personalities on the both of them. I wish I could be that nigga that actually got to know them outside of the business. That’s too much talent to not have a story behind it… and I’d hate being one of those fans that pretend celebrities aren’t actual people, lol. Curse my mediocrity and assimilation into the typical American life plan.. Grade School -> College -> 9 to 5 Routine. Probably won’t ever be able to actually meet them in person..
but shit… I wonder if they cooked anything up together.. that’d be crazy!
"The master in the art of living makes little distinction between his work and his play, his labor and his leisure, his mind and his body, his education and his recreation, his love and his religion. He hardly knows which is which. He simply pursues his vision of excellence at whatever he does, leaving others to decide whether he is working or playing. To him he is always doing both."