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Video: PARTYNEXTDOOR – “Come And See Me” (Starring Kylie Jenner)


Innovating a brand new way to debut videos, PARTYNEXTDOOR has premiered the visual for his hit single “Come And See Me” exclusively on Snapchat today. The Adrian Martinez-directed video features his girlfriend Kylie Jenner, starring as the leading lady.

Confirming the recent rumors that PND and Kylie have been dating, the two share an intense makeout scene in the video. Jhené Aiko and Big Sean, also known as the duo TWENTY88, make an appearance in the video as well.

The OVO Sound artist has been readying his highly-anticipated new album P3, and it was recently announced that he is working on a joint album with Jeremih entitled, Late Night Party. No word as of yet on a release date for either project, but with surprise roll outs like the “Come And See Me” video, the fans are eager!

UPDATE: Check out the full video below.

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Jhené Aiko Teases ‘Special Project’ and John Mayer Collaborations

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Jhené Aiko has something “special” up her sleeve.

During an interview with Nylon, the Los Angeles songstress revealed that she’s “excited” to share it with the world “soon.”

“I’ve been working on a special project for coming up on three years,” she said. “I’m excited to share that. It’s been a very tedious and personal thing, and it involves everything that I do. Growing up, singing was always my hobby. It was just something that I did to feel good. Whenever I was sad or mad, I would just sing about it, make up a little song about it. And I feel like writing and acting and just expressing myself have always been things that I wanted to develop as an artist, so what I’ve been working on pretty much involves everything that I feel is my passion, rolled into one. That’s why it’s been three years that I’ve been working on it, and I’d like to share it with everyone soon.”

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Watch: Jhene Aiko & Big Sean Bring TWENYT88 to ‘The Late Late Show’


On Thursday night (May 26), Jhené Aiko and Big Sean brought their TWENTY88 collaboration to “The Late Late Show with James Corden.”

Performing the song “On The Way” from the photo booth to the stage, Sean delivered his rhymes smoothly while sporting a denim jacket. Shortly after, he was joined by Jhené in a stunning yellow silk jumper. Then, backed by flashing lights, the duo showed off their chemistry once again.

Their TWENTY88 self-titled project dropped earlier this year, featuring guest spots from K-Ci & JoJo and Detail. The 8-track effort was accompanied by a short film titled Out of Love.

During a recent interview with Power 106, Sean revealed that there is “more music” to come from TWENTY88.

Watch them light up “Late Late” below.

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Watch: Yuna and Jhene Aiko Perform New Duet “Used To Love You”

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After teaming up with Usher on “Crush,” Malaysian songstress Yuna calls on Jhené Aiko for the sultry smooth “Used To Love You,” off her brand new album Chapters.

Harmonizing with their soothing vocals, Yuna and Jhené sing about an affection that’s now dissolved. “I used to love you / Used to care, but no more,” they sing.

The pair performed the song last night at the El Rey Theatre in Los Angeles. Backed by a band and colorful backdrop, they delivered stirring vocals much to the L.A. crowd’s delight.

Check it out below!

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Watch: Jhene Aiko and BJ the Chicago Kid Perform at ‘Boiler Room’ Live


On April 13th, 2016 at the Park Plaza in Los Angeles, Ray-Ban x Boiler Room unveiled the first set of a monthly party series titled “Open Your Heart.” The event is described as, “an evening of intimate musical connections curated by LA-based collective Soulection,” the show included performances by Jhené Aiko, Kali Uchis, BJ the Chicago Kid, and DJ sets from Soulection DJs.

Both singers captivated the packed crowd. During Jhené’s set she performed “Eternal Sunshine” and also covered John Mayer’s “Stop This Train.”

BJ gave the audience even more with his 30 minute set of past and present fan favorites, including tracks off his stellar debut album In My Mind, as well as a some acoustic covers such as Usher’s “Nice & Slow.”

Check out both performances below!

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Usher, Maxwell, Jhené Aiko Pay Tribute to Prince


With festival season under way, many artists all over paid tribute to Prince this past weekend. With his passing coming in between the two weekends of Coachella there were multiple acts that shared their love for the music icon.

Usher was a surprise guest during Major Lazer’s Sunday set and he came through with a couple of special covers, performing “I Would Die 4 U” and “1999.”

He wasn’t alone either as Sufjan Stevens and buzzing singer Gallant covered “Purple Rain,” and Jhené Aiko also joined Gallant for a duet of “Diamonds and Pearls.”

On the other side of the country, Maxwell paid tribute to Prince during his set at Jazz Fest in New Orleans. “We just lost the greatest musician in the world,” Maxwell said. “He was one of the most beloved, one of the most special… Everyone is up on this stage because of him. Prince was not just once but he will forever be the greatest.”

Maxwell then followed with a musical tribute to the late singer, riffing on “This Woman’s Work” with the intro to Prince’s “Let’s Go Crazy.”

Check out some fan footage below.

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Jhené Aiko Performs at Bernie Sanders Event in Harlem


Jhené Aiko is feeling the Bern. Fresh off the release of TWENTY88’s short film for “Out of Love,” Jhené performed at presidential hopeful Bernie Sanders’ “Community Conversation” event at the Apollo Theater in Harlem on Saturday.

For the unexpected performance the R&B songbird delivered a rousing set of favorites from her catalog, including an emotional, vibey version of “Space Jam,” the breezy “W.A.Y.S.” and one of her personal favorites “Eternal Sunshine.”

Like many celebrities, Jhené is a proud Bernie supporter. She shared a photo of herself hugging Sanders and used the #BernieInHarlem and #FeelTheBern hashtags to urge her fans to vote. She and her girlfriends also started a different hashtag in support of the Sanders campaign: #babesforbernie2016.

The “Community Conversation” panel discussion also featured appearances from Spike Lee, Harry Belafonte, Erica Garner, and Nina Turner, with host Charlamagne Tha God.

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Watch: Jhené Aiko & Big Sean Debut “Out of Love” Short Film


A week after the release of their surprise joint album TWENTY88, Jhené Aiko and Big Sean debut a 16-minute short film called “Out of Love,” comprised of several songs off the project.

The duo shows off their chemistry while portraying adult film stars of the future. They attend the XXX adult film awards and hit the bedroom for some intimate scenes while the camera rolls.

According to Flaunt magazine, they drew inspiration from ’70s blaxploitation films including 1973’s Coffy starring Pam Grier, Roger Moore’s Bond films, and 2015’s sci-fi flick Ex Machina.

“It’s a ’70s aesthetic, but we’re in the future,” Aiko tells the magazine.

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