None of Your Concern
by Jhené Aiko (featuring Big Sean)

Album: Chilombo (2019)
Charted: 55

Songfacts®:

  • Jhené Aiko and Big Sean were in a relationship from February 2016 until late 2018. Here, the songstress and her estranged ex-boyfriend reflect on moving on from their failed love.
  • Aiko croons the first half of the song, during which she hears talk about Sean dating other girls. As they are not together anymore, she considers it "none of my concern." However, Sean has had the audacity to question Aiko about the guys she's been seeing. She tells him it isn't up for discussion, but still wants the best for him.
  • A raw and wounded Big Sean concludes the song with a raunchy verse. He admits to Aiko he still thinks about her every day and considers the other men she's been with not worthy of her. The rapper concludes that his struggles to get over Aiko are "none of your concern."
  • Both artists have previously recorded songs about their romance and breakup. Aiko had poured out her soul about their doomed relationship on "Triggered (Freestyle)." Big Sean talked about being better off by himself on "Single Again."
  • Is Aiko throwing some shade at Ariana Grande on one of her lyrics?

    I've been hearin' things and seeing things and so it seems you movin' on from me
    Of course you on the scene with little miss thing, and trust me she really don't want beef


    Grande and Big Sean dated for six months in 2014-2015. Following the rapper's split from Aiko, there were reports of him and Grande cuddling in a car together.
  • Ty Dolla $ign supplies additional vocals on the track.

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