Earlier this week in an interview with Flaunt Magazine, Aiko said that "the whole idea of the man and woman duet" is "something that’s needed right now." She also called her musical explorations with Big Sean "a perfect combination." Oh yeah, in the same interview, Aiko also called the music "highly sexual," which is never a bad thing.
The record, which according to Big Sean fuses '90's R&B and '70s soul, comes in at eight tracks, and should be a feast. Stream Twenty88 here, and check out an archival Fuse x Jhené Aiko chat below: