The album debuted at number one on the 's , , and. It was also available for purchase on the same day, and shared on other streaming platforms on April 3. We've created these characters that are extensions of ourselves, it's highly sexual. We hope you don't only get your Trap Music fix from our site, but you allow us to help you diverge into various other related underground bass music genres; as well as expose you to some of the culture, style and fashion that exists amongst these communities. It was released on April 1, 2016, by with licensing to and. It also mixes neo-soul, ambient beats, and trap drums courtesy of producers like. Both me and Sean are super into fantasy-driven movies and so combining stuff like robots and sex, that pretty much sums us up.
It's all about trapping and bragging. We at Run The Trap are very selective of the music we post, and make sure to only share the utmost quality works on our website. The album peaked at number five on the. They both seem to have put a ton of time into flipping samples, constructing beats, and structuring songs, and it's disappointing when it doesn't feel like the people on the other side of the boards put in nearly as much work. According to a press release from , the album will tell the story of the highs and lows of a relationship, with insights into conflict, memories, love, and sex.
The first clip shows both Big Sean and Aiko sitting in the backseat of a car, and the second shows Aiko being filmed by a robot while she's likely in the middle of sexual intercourse with Sean. . Title Writer s Producer s Length 1. That duality is a perfect combination. For the cover story, they talked about the origin of the duo Twenty88, and their vision for the album. On March 29, Sean and Aiko appeared together on the cover of to promote the album, Twenty88.
Whether this is a complete one-off project or if they continue to make music under this duo moniker remains to be seen but for now, these eight songs will tide over the hopeless romantic in everyone. Flippa and frequent Sean collaborator handle most of the production, and similarly to dvsn's Sept. Coming in at 8-tracks, the album features the likes of K-Ci and JoJo and was produced by Da Internz and Key Wane. I feel like this project is something that's needed right now. Big Sean and Jhene Aiko explain what fans might expect on the project. On April 4, 2016, the album was made available on Spotify and Apple Music. It gets turned up, then it gets melodic, then it gets vibed out.
Wane has been steadily building on a Graduation-era Kanye sound for years now, and his work here is yet another marked improvement on his past discography; I had never heard of Flippa before this, but he's just as impressive. This project includes from Detail, , , Sidney Swift, Cam O'bi, , Flippa and Jproof. The name 'Twenty88' is named after the year 2088, when each artist will presumably turn 100 years of age. Especially a whole project is just good for people to see. As a whole, Twenty88 is a departure from each artist's individual sounds. Then there's the music itself. It's a 70's aesthetic, but we're in the future.
Their chemistry is unquestionable and the music derived from that unique harmony is constantly improving. It touches all these things, but it sounds very cohesive. Robots are sexy as shit. . . .
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