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“Now many men.Many, many, many, many men wish death upon me.Have mercy on me. Cuz I’m just a prisoner of your army of one.But I’ll fight to the death or until your heart is won. Cuz where I’m from we live for the love. Die for the love.We live by the love. Die by the love.I live for you, love. Die for you, love.”

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These are a few of the powerful lyric’s displayed on songstress Jhene Aiko‘s first Souled Out offering “To Love & Die” featuring Cocaine 80’s, the same song she first previewed on Instagram. The LA native sings of love and war, the kind that’s worth fighting for. Assisted by Cocaine 80‘s, this song has people comparing her to a younger Sade. With “The Worst”  being huge on radio markets all over the country, fans have been awaiting this album. From the looks of it, we should be receiving a full length project very soon.

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