R&B diva Jhené Aiko has the Internet sizzling this week in light of a new GQ photo spread surfacing with the music heartthrob donning a camouflage top.

The new shot shows Aiko rocking black panties and noticeably missing a bra.

The 26-year-old bombshell is hoping to raise her profile even further in the lead up to debut LP Souled Out and an eye-popping pictorial in the latest issue of GQ magazine can only help. Jhene posed in black panties and a camouflage-print jacket. She seems to have lost her top but sh*t happens on photo shoots! See the sexy pic after the jump. (Idolator)

When recently asked about where she stands with one-time rumored love interest Drake, Aiko said they connected on a level deeper than music.

“I look up to Drake,” Jhené says. “Everything in his whole career is commendable. He can act, he can rap, he can sing. I can relate to him. He’s mixed; I’m mixed. Everything he does, I take note because I feel like he’s doing a really good job of being, like, well-rounded. And not only that, he’s really talented. I’m always asking him for advice with stuff and trying to figure out how he deals with being such a big celebrity.” (Complex)

Aiko also ended speculation on whether or not she had a man by her side.

“I’m about to give you…not a bulls**t answer. There is, but I’m single. Not by choice. Only because I found now that when I talk to guys, they’re wary because they know about Donald, they know I’ve worked with Drake. They’re always side-eyed, suspicious. But I’m loyal in relationships. If I’m your girlfriend, that’s it. I’m practicing to be your wife at that point because I treat it seriously. I feel like I was born to be a mom and a wife and totally domesticated. I’m not going to spend my time trying to prove that I am really who I say I am.” (Complex)

Last month, Aiko resorted to her Twitter page and informed the world she was not expecting kids anytime soon.

“i’m not pregnant , kids . Now run along and enjoy your Friday ! and as my 4th grade teacher use to say …. ” go forth and be a blessing “,” she wrote February 7. (Jhene Aiko’s Twitter)