Jhene Aiko has been working her way through the festival circuit these last few months. But even though we're still relishing the sounds of her chart-topping EP, 'Sail Out,' fans are eager to get new material out of the petite R&B singer. Looks like the wait is over as she's just dropped 'To Love and Die.'

Teaming up with Chicago hip-hop collective Cocaine 80s, the track follows the same vibe and vein as the music on her EP. However, it's less of the bad relationship stuff featured on the 'The Worst' and more of a proclamation of happy love and devotion. The fluid melody takes us to the tranquil waters of the beach -- something that's been a bit of a signature for the songstress.

“'Cause where I’m from / We live for the love / Die for the love / I live for your love / I die for your love / Love,” she sings.

Jhene's debut LP, 'Souled Out,' is set to release this summer and will feature a duet with her daughter called 'Promises.'

Listen to Jhene Aiko's 'To Love and Die' Feat. Cocaine 80s