The groovy and equally trippy visual sees the songstress, her friends and Big Sean in ’70s-themed outfits as they enjoy the celebrated day. Aiko dropped the music video just in time for 4/20 as she sings about her desire to drop all her problems in life: “If I could fly / I would probably never come down / With all of the bullsh*t confusion on the ground / I wish that I was high,” and ends it with a homage to the circle sequence popularized by That 70’s Show.
Chilombo dropped just a little over a year ago in March 2020 and debuted at No. 2 — Aiko’s highest-charting record so far — and went on to receive three GRAMMY nominations, namely Album of the Year, Best Progressive R&B Album and Best R&B Performance for “Lightning & Thunder” with John Legend.
Watch Jhené Aiko’s “Tryna Smoke” music video above.
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