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Jhené Aiko is holding it down for her ladies. During Beats 1 “Soulection” on Saturday, the songstress debuted “B’s & H’s” (“Bitches and Hos”). On the stripped-down jam, produced by Fisticuffs, she sings about a no-good man who can’t take care of himself (“She be payin’ all of your bills”), but what he doesn’t realize is just how good he has it.
“It does not get better, you cannot do better / And you will regret it / Oh yeah, you gon’ fuck around and find yourself by yourself,” she sings, adding, “Just so you know, there is a difference between a woman, a bitch, and a ho.”
Jhené is working on the follow-up to her 2014 debut Souled Out. In September, she previewed a “dark introspective” song called “Still” during her Wonderland show in L.A.
Last month, Disney announced the release of a very special compilation cover album that would feature favorite Disney movie songs with some very modern makeovers. A stacked lineup of Ariana Grande, Ne-Yo, Jhené Aiko, Gwen Stefani, Jessie Ware, Jason Derulo, Fall Out Boy and Kacey Musgraves was set to cover songs from The Jungle Book, The Lion King and Cinderella.
Today, we have the exclusive premiere of Jhené Aiko’s charmed take on Alice In Wonderland’s “In A World Of My Own” and “Very Good Advice.” Listen to Jhené Aiko’s cover above and check out the album’s full tracklist below. Pre-order the We Love Disney before it is released Oct. 30 and receive an instant download of Ne-Yo’s “Friend Like Me.”
Plus, here’s Jhené’s explanation of why she chose to cover this song, too:
The perpetually chill R&B star goes deep to celebrate the one year anniversary of Souled Out
Just days after it’s release one year ago, the vibiest R&B star doing it Jhené Aiko delivered her debut album Souled Out. To mark the one year anniversary, she’s unveiled an evocative video for the song “Lyin King.” Co-directed by TOCK and Topshelf Junior, the video is a visual rendering of this open letter that Aiko has shared with The FADER:
“A mysterious, time traveling medicine woman has a prophetic vision of an early civilization in trouble.
The men have neglected the women and deprived them of love. By orders of their chief, the men of the tribe have taken away the women’s hearts and voices.
The women are powerless. The children are suffering.
The medicine woman travels for many days to reach the primitive village.
Upon her arrival, the medicine woman performs a miracle. She instantly restores the grace of the women of the tribe and gives them their voices back.
The men of this early tribe are not pleased.
With the men of the tribe’s attention, the medicine woman and the women of the tribe begin a ceremony in which they tell the story of how they are taking their voices back.
The chief is infuriated.
The medicine woman leaves the now capable women to conduct a private ceremony for the chief.
The chief is intrigued and frightened.
What he thinks will be a sexual experience turns out to be something very different.
After the ritual is performed, the medicine woman passes on her apocalyptic prophecy of how the world will end due to the lack of love throughout humanity.
The chief experiences ego death. He sees that it starts with him.”
Or in short: it spotlights Aiko’s sojourn through the desert, during which she uncovers deep truths about men, love, and humanity at large. It’s not the Iliad, but it’s epic in its own way. Check it out above.
Rain or shine, Tyler the Creator’s fourth annual Camp Flog Gnaw Carnival is happening at the LA Coliseum on November 14, 2015. This hip-hop festival is going to feature some of today’s biggest names in hip hop. A$AP Rocky, Atmosphere, Flosstradamus, Jhene Aiko, Mac Miller, YG, and Snoop Dogg and Tha Dogg Pound will all be joining this seemingly endless lineup of awesome artists.
This will be more than just a concert festival; be prepared to play games, go on rides, win prizes, eat from food trucks, and watch skaters shred on the skatepark. Tickets went on sale September 15th, at noon with general admission tickets starting at $89.00 while VIP tickets are $250.00. Not only will you gain early access with VIP, you will also receive a Camp Flog Gnaw Carnival backpack, hat, socks, and access to a designated VIP area. With a lineup like this, you are going to want to buy your tickets quick before they inevitably sell out.
Last year Camp Flog Gnaw Carnival was headlined by Pharrell and proved to be a miniature LA County Fair as seen in the above video tour with Taco by Fader. Odd Future takes pride in being one of the only acts to have implemented a festival like this into their live show. Rather than just selling food and music, they have found an innovative way to engage their fans with games where they can win merchandise and rides to simply have fun. For More information head over to CampFlogGnaw.com
The time is now! Sign up to get yourself two general admission tickets to see Jhené Aiko, Jessie J and Rixton at Pop Tart’s Crazy Good Summer show in New York! The show takes place at JBL Live at Pier 97 in New York City on Thursday, September 3, 2015
You must be 13 years or older and in New York City or surrounding metropolitan area on the Concert date to attend. Space is limited. RSVP does not guarantee admission. RSVP and Offer Code redemption is on a first come, first served basis. Offer Code is good for 2 tickets, while supplies last. Only the first 2,400 people to RSVP and redeem their unique Offer Code for a physical printed Ticket and in line will be admitted to the Concert. Offer Code must be redeemed no later than September 3, 2015, while supplies last. Tickets are for general admission only. Tickets are subject to program availability, venue capacity and age restrictions. Attendees and guest(s) must abide by all venue policies. Travel, accommodations, parking and other expenses not included. One Offer Code per person and maximum 2 RSVP’s/Offer Codes per household.
This concert is free, but you must print a ticket to attend. Once you submit your RSVP, you will receive a unique Offer Code via pop-up window to redeem and print your tickets. An Offer Code Email will also be sent to the email provided shortly after submission. You will have until 3:00 p.m. ET September 3, 2015 to redeem your Offer Code for 2 tickets before your Offer Code expires and your tickets are released. An Offer Code Email will not get you admission to the Concert. Only a valid printed Ticket will get you admission to the Concert.
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Jhené Aiko, Jesse J & Rixton will team up for one more show to perform their single, Sorry to Interrupt. The show will take place in Manhattan, NY on September 3rd! Free tickets will be released soon! Stay tuned!
Next Saturday, August 15th, R&B artist, Jhené Aiko will perform live in Sweden at their Way Out West Music Festival! If you haven’t gotten your tickets, you can purchase them here. Artists such as Beck and Lianne La Havas will also be in attendance.
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For the past four years, Kellogg’s Pop Tarts has relied on free concerts featuring young pop acts to reach tweens, starting with Carly Rae Jepsen in 2012 and continuing with Demi Lovato and Austin Mahone in 2013 and 2014, among others.
But for 2015, the breakfast staple decided to take its pop-music connections one step further by tapping three artists — Jessie J, Jhené Aiko and Rixton — for an original song. The result, “Sorry to Interrupt,” quietly debuted on SoundCloud in late May before a lyric video was posted to the brand’s YouTube channel on June 10. To date, the song has received more than 40,000 SoundCloud streams and 100,000 YouTube plays. The song will be serviced to pop radio, digital retailers and streaming services at the end of July.
“We pay a lot of attention to how teens work, and no matter what strategy we have, if we can create something they can fall in love with teens will do a lot of the sharing work for us,” says Aleta Chase, Pop Tarts’ marketing director.
The three artists, booked in partnership with Universal Music Group’s brand partnerships team, will re-team for a free, live concert for Pop Tarts’ Crazy Good Summer program scheduled for next Friday, July 24, at San Francisco’s Nob Hill Masonic center. The concert will be one of Jessie J’s first public performances following an unspecified surgery last month.
Pop Tarts Crazy Good Summer
Aiko, who had never met or worked with Jessie J or Rixton prior to “Sorry to Interrupt,” tells Billboard of the collaboration, “They were all so fun to work with and had lots of positive energy. I think I added a bit of my style to this song. I’m usually laid back and that is reflected in the music I make. Both Jessie and Rixton are high energy, so I think I balanced it out by adding some chill.”
Crazy Good Summer has helped Pop Tarts post year-over-year sales bumps in years past, an achievement Chase hopes to duplicate with the 2015 program. “We have done significant interest behind this program, which has shown both teens asking their parents to buy Pop Tarts as well as parents being motivated to purchase Pop Tarts for their families as a result of this program,” she says.
Grammy Award nominated R&B singer Jhené Aiko and rising hip hop star Young Thug will perform at MTV’s 5th MAMA awards — or the MTV Africa Awards — to be held in the coastal resort of Durban, South Africa on July 18 and air live globally through a combination of pay-TV and terrestrial distribution agreements.
The show returned after a three-year hiatus last year. Created by African urban music and youth entertainment channel, MTV Base, the MAMA awards look to recognize youth culture, music and influential figures in sub-Saharan Africa with awards in 18 categories, including Best Male Artist, Best Female Artist, Best Collaboration, Video of the Year and Song of the Year.
“There is great energy around both Jhene and Young Thug following a strong year for both artists. We can’t wait to see them command the MAMA stage in Durban,” said Bruce Gillmer EVP, Music, Talent Programming and Events, Viacom International Media Networks.
Jhené Aiko and Young Thug will join global superstar NE-YO and African artists Bucie, Cassper Nyovest, Davido, Diamond Platnumz and Yemi Alade on stage.