/  12.01.2021

Jhonni Blaze has just unleashed her latest single “So Into You” and grabbed bragging rights along the way as she locked down an assist from the one and only Trina. The single follows a slew of notable collabs and tracks she’s dropped off this year including “Back End,” the Elephant Man-assisted, “Where You From,” “Backend Remix” featuring Popp Hunna, and most recently, “Toxic” featuring NLE Choppa. On the track, Blaze sets the tone with her opening hook:

I keep on wishin’ you could be different, maybe one time I’d be outta my feelins’ for you (Ooh)/ You say I’m impatient, what am I patiently waitin’ for?/ This love is critical, don’t wanna lose control

Wanna be down for me but can’t do right for me, wanna be in the streets instead of in the sheets with me (Ooh)/ Hangin’ with them girls that be in my mention/ 

Jhonni also made some time to explain how the song came together, gave Trina her well-deserved flowers, and shared the advice she received. “Trina is the kindest human I’ve ever met. She called me and said, ‘The fast music is cool but this R&B record is the one,’” she explains. “If I listened to people telling me quit the industry don’t want you I couldn’t tell you guys this story!”

It’s been a couple of years since Trina liberated her sixth studio album The One, a 15-track body of work that saw a slew of features from 2 Chainz, DJ Khaled, Lil Wayne, Plies, Boosie Badazz, Nicki Minaj, Sevyn Streeter, Dave East, Kelly Price, and more. Since then, she’s made occasional appearances on hit singles from her successors, including Kamaiyah’s “Set It Up” and Latto’s “Bitch From Da Souf (Remix),” the latter of which also saw an assist from Saweetie. 

Be sure to press play on Jhonni Blaze’s brand new single “So Into You” featuring Trina.



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