Trip (Jhené Aiko album)

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Trip
Jhene Aiko - Trip.png
Studio album by
ReleasedSeptember 22, 2017
Recorded2015–2017
Studio
Various
    • Fisticuff's Gym (Culver City, CA)
    • Your Mom's House (Culver City, CA)
    • 4420 Studios (Los Angeles, CA)
    • United Studios (Los Angeles, CA)
Genre R&B [1]
Length85:26
Label
Producer
Various
Jhené Aiko chronology
Twenty88
(2016)
Trip
(2017)
Chilombo
(2020)
Alternative cover
Jhene Aiko - Trip (physical).png
Cover art for physical versions
No.TitleWriter(s)Producer(s)Length
1."LSD"
  • Chilombo
  • Omishore
  • Dot da Genius
  • Moore [b]
1:45
2."Jukai"
  • Chilombo
  • Warfield
  • Robinson
Fisticuffs4:16
3."While We're Young"
  • Chilombo
  • Warfield
  • Robinson
Fisticuffs3:56
4."Moments" (featuring Big Sean)
  • Chilombo
  • Johnson
  • Anderson
Johnson2:58
5."OLLA (Only Lovers Left Alive)" (featuring Twenty88)
  • Chilombo
  • Johnson
  • Anderson
Johnson5:48
6."When We Love"
  • Chilombo
Noel Cadastre4:22
7."Sativa" (featuring Swae Lee)
  • Chilombo
  • Warfield
  • Robinson
  • Brown
Fisticuffs4:36
8."New Balance"
  • Chilombo
  • Viet Le
  • Omishore
  • Dot da Genius
  • Viet Le
4:39
9."Newer Balance (Freestyle)"
  • Chilombo
  • Warfield
  • Robinson
  • Fisticuffs
  • Mayer
1:05
10."You Are Here"
  • Chilombo
  • Johnson
  • Warfield
  • Robinson
  • Johnson
  • Fisticuffs [a]
3:39
11."Clear My Mind"
  • Chilombo
  • Omishore
  • Dot da Genius
  • Woodro Skillson [a]
1:39
12."Never Call Me" (featuring Kurupt)
  • Chilombo
  • Johnson
  • Levin
  • Magnus Hoiberg
  • Feeney
  • Benny Blanco
  • Cashmere Cat
  • Dukes
  • Johnson [b]
4:30
13."Nobody"
  • Chilombo
  • Warfield
  • Robinson
  • Omishore
  • Fisticuffs
  • Dot da Genius [a]
4:16
14."Overstimulated"
  • Chilombo
  • Linder
  • Coleman
  • Trakgirl
  • Zombie
  • Johnson [b]
5:19
15."Bad Trip (Interlude)"
  • Chilombo
  • Omishore
  • Johnson
  • Dot da Genius
  • Johnson [b]
1:59
16."Oblivion (Creation)" (featuring Dr. Chill)
  • Chilombo
  • Johnson
  • Johnson
  • Jhené Aiko [b]
5:50
17."Psilocybin (Love in Full Effect)" (featuring Dr. Chill)
  • Chilombo
  • Johnson
  • Johnson
  • Aiko [b]
7:46
18."Mystic Journey (Freestyle)"
  • Chilombo
  • Wilson
  • Feeney
No I.D.2:07
19."Picture Perfect (Freestyle)"
  • Chilombo
  • Viet Le
Viet Le3:09
20."Sing to Me" (featuring Namiko Love)
  • Chilombo
  • Weir II
Key Wane2:27
21."Frequency"
  • Pollard
  • Chilombo
Mali Music3:50
22."Ascension" (featuring Brandy)
  • Chilombo
  • Omishore
  • Warfield
  • Robinson
  • Fisticuffs
  • Dot da Genius [a]
3:33
23."Trip" (featuring Mali Music)
  • Pollard
  • Chilombo
Mali Music3:36
24."Hello Ego" (featuring Chris Brown)
  • Dot da Genius
  • Fisticuffs [a]
3:48

Notes

Personnel

Credits adapted from Tidal and Aiko's website. [16] [17]

Performance

Instrumentation

Production

Technical

Management

Miscellaneous

Notes

Charts

Certifications

RegionCertification Certified units/sales
United States (RIAA) [5] Gold500,000Double-dagger-14-plain.png

Double-dagger-14-plain.png Sales+streaming figures based on certification alone.

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