Jhene Aiko

Kool & The Gang released the beautiful “Summer Madness,” and Jhene Aiko has updated the classic instrumental and added lyrics. “Summer 2020” is the last song on the recently released deluxe version of her critically acclaimed album “Chilombo” release.

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The original version of “Chilombo” dropped earlier this year in March and “Summer 2020” was included as an Interlude. But now it’s fleshed out with a sample that makes it recognizable to many.

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Take a look at the quarantine music video for Jhene Aiko’s “Summer 2020” below.

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And I feel like sometimes I cry
‘Cause I feel so good to be alive
And there’s not a doubt inside my mind
That you’re still here, right here by my side, yeah

I can’t wrap my head around what’s happening
I can’t get no sleep, no peace of mind
Trying to beat the heat in summer madness
Only thoughts of you can get me by

And I feel like sometimes I cry
‘Cause I feel so good to be alive
And there’s not a doubt inside my mind
That you’re still here, right here by my side

Times are changing, strangers getting stranger
Generations faced with genocide, damn
Try to make my way through pain and anger
Then I look into my baby’s eyes

And I feel like sometimes I cry
‘Cause I feel so good to be alive
When I fall in line with my divine
I can see inside the sun shines more, yeah

I’ll take some rain with my sunshine, sunshine
I’ll take some rain with my sunshine
I’ll take some rain with my sunshine
Take it easy, simple like summertime
Take it easy, yeah
Take it easy, simple
Take it easy, yeah
Take it easy, simple, like summertime

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