Preview: Big Sean & Jhené Aiko’s ‘Body Language’ Music Video

Big Sean enlists his boo Jhené Aiko and fellow hitmaker Ty Dolla $ign to play assistants on his new song, ‘Body Language.’

Found aboard his September 4-released new album ‘Detroit 2,’ the song samples Shawn Harris‘ hit ‘Soulful Moaning‘ and sees Sean show off his vocal prowess.

“Don’t just take your clothes off / Take the problems off, take the armor off, take all the drama off,” he sings.

Ahead of the premiere of its accompanying, Devin Williams-directed music video, the 32-year-old has invited his devoted fans to take a sneak peek at the clip.

See it inside.

Hear the song in full below:

Aiko and $ign are just two of the many big names Sean enlisted to guest on his new album.  In addition, he called on the likes of Eminem, Stevie Wonder, Diddy, Erykah Badu, Lil Wayne, Travis Scott, Post Malone, Young Thug, Nipsey Hussle, and may more.

Click here to hear those songs by streaming ‘Detroit 2.’


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  1. #WAP September 3, 2020

    They are so MF’ing toxic together. And just because you burn sage and use essential oils doesn’t mean you ain’t a h_oe…

  2. stan September 4, 2020

    her music is so boring :\

    • Erica September 4, 2020

      It’s not her music it’s you who boring if you can’t vibe.

  3. Hmmm… September 4, 2020

    They’re cute. I don’t care for the song though. Ty Dolla Sign just gets thrown on random songs for background vocals for no reason.

    • Paulo September 4, 2020

      I don’t really check the liner notes but I think he’s a vocal producer on a lot of these songs, no?

      • Hmmm… September 4, 2020

        I don’t either. That’s a good point, Maybe that’s where his value lies. I don’t think he needs to be in all of these songs though. I don’t mind hearing someone like Timbaland for example on a song because his contributions, big or small, are special. Ty is just… there. He doesn’t make the song better or worse, he’s just there. He gives generic vocals that wouldn’t make a difference to the song if some other random person sang it… like Jeremih.

  4. Paulo September 4, 2020

    Sean is so fine to me tho I don’t really look out for his songs outside TWENTY88. Please stop playing Jhene cause my fav deserves better

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