In The Rotation: "None Of Your Concern" by Jhené Aiko feat. Big Sean

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It's been over two years since Jhené Aiko released her sophomore album Trip to rave reviews. Since then, the singer has been using her platform with music as a healing tool for her audience. Well it appears Jhené is returning to showcase how she's healing from her past relationship with rapper Big Sean on her latest track, "None Of Your Concern."

Just months after Jhené lent her vocals to Big Sean's track, "Single Again," the former couple is back to put fans in their feelings. Moving on from a break-up can take its toll on both individuals, Jhené and Sean use "None Of Your Concern" to perfectly give their takes on questioning whether or not the relationship is worth saving. Not to mention, pulling the "I still think about you" type of saying, one of the oldest tricks in the book. But for these two, maybe mentioning how much they miss each other isn't a trick at all, but an avenue to seeing if sparks are still there. There are plenty of fans (including me) who would love to see them reconcile and make the relationship work. However, Jhené stresses how the pain from the relationship isn't worth it and who she's loving now is none of her ex's concern anymore.

Although Jhené and Big Sean may no longer be a couple, their relationship seems to bring out some of their best music, artistically. Perhaps "None Of Your Concern" is a preview to Jhené's next studio album, or maybe the singer and rapper will team up again for another TWENTY88 project.

If the cold weather has you thinking about a past boo, then put Jhené Aiko's "None Of Your Concern" in the rotation and check out this week's pertinent reading material:

Mariah Carey on Being the Top Female Solo Artist of All Time and Loving All Her 'Little Song Babies' - Billboard

Dance Dance Revolution: How EDM Conquered America in the 2000s - Pitchfork

Meet D Smoke, Inglewood And Hip-Hop's Next Hometown Here - VIBE

Dave East Is Forever: Interview - DJBooth

Crime Mob's Diamond and Princess talk "Knuck If You Buck" legacy, why they would want DaBaby on a 2020 version, and more - REVOLT TV


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