Jhene Aiko dropped a remix for her song “Never Call Me” featuring YG.
The original song is from her 2017 album “Trip.” She released two videos for this track when it first came out back in March. With Jhene putting a lot of focus on this song, it is obvious this track has important meaning to her.
Jhene says the song is important to her because it is rooted from her hometown of Slauson Hills in Los Angeles. She also said that in the original song, “What the f*** did you learn in that school house? To chasin’ thrills, takin’ pills in the hills Slauson Hills, Overhills might get you killed.”
The remix duo are both Los Angeles natives and both belong to the notorious Def Jam label.
YG raps, “Ni**a don’t play / Ni**a go brazy for Jhené. Ridin’ dirty with the 30 for Jhené.” YG also dropped his album “Stay Dangerous” the same day as the remix with Jhene.
— Penny (@JheneAiko) August 3, 2018