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Big Sean And Jhene Are Now The Duo 'Twenty88' -- And They're About To Drop An Album

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Big Sean and Jhene Aiko have been quiet musically lately: Though Sean released a song in honor of his birthday last week, neither has put out a project in over a year. It looks like that's about to change this Friday.

On April 1, the frequent collaborators will be putting out a joint album Twenty88, Def Jam confirmed in a press release. Both teased info about the release on social media, including the cover art and a couple mysterious videos. According to the release, the album, "tells the story of the highs and lows of a relationship, with insights into conflict, memories, love, sex, and more and features production from Key Wane, Detail and Tommy Brown."

These two have quite a track record together. On Sean's last album, Dark Sky Paradise, they linked up for "I Know" and "Win Some, Lose Some."

Before that, there was "Beware," from the Detroit rapper's Hall of Fame, which also featured Lil Wayne, and mixtape favorite "I'm Gonna Be," from the year before.

The new project will reportedly be available for streaming exclusively on Tidal during its first 72 hours, and Sean and Jhene will be performing on "Jimmy Kimmel Live" on Thursday.