R&B songstress Jhené Aiko has been #trending since she provided vocals for two tracks on Drake's Nothing Was The Same. Her 2013 EP, Sail Out, featured verses from Kendrick, Childish, and Ab-Soul, and though she's yet to provide a tracklist, it's pretty safe to say that her forthcoming debut, Souled Out, will be equally stacked. The album's lead single "To Love and Die" officially dropped today, featuring hip hop collective Cocaine 80s, and shares the hazy, introspective ambiance that we've come to adore from Aiko. It also finds her referencing 50 Cent's "Many Men." Stream it below, no word yet on a proper release date for Souled Out.
Hear the lead single from her forthcoming debut album, Souled Out