New York rapper Young M.A. has the perfect anthem for Big Sean‘s bae. The Brooklyn native has publicly shouted out crooner Jhené Aiko and revealed her interest in working with her on a collaborative banger.

M.A went to her Instagram page this week to publicly dish on her need to put in work with Aiko.

“Yo Jhené Aiko, I made my team reach out to you. I wanna work with you. I’m saying, I never do sh*t like this. I love your sound. I love your vibe. I love your swag. I wanna work with you. I got this record and I can just hear you on it, man. By the way, I love this song too. Word up. So, let’s get it.”

A few weeks ago, the Brooklyn native came clean on switching up her eating habits.

To all my supporters that keep saying I lost weight.. yes it was on purpose lol I’ve stop eating meat (beef, pork, chicken, turkey, lamb…) I cut my liquor intake into “occasionally only” lol.. I’ve been in the gym consistently… and I’ve been watching my calorie intake.. it was discipline for me of course. In 2 months I’ve dropped 20 pounds.. Always wanted to change my diet but wasn’t mentally ready for it at first.. Honestly since I’ve changed my diet I’ve been less exhausted.. I wake up with full energy.. and also mentally I feel good… I just want to say to all my supporters if you are not happy with anything in your life you have the power to change it! Only you! I love you all! God bless! More music on the way btw! Let’s get it! 😤💪🏽 #2018 #YoungMA #🔴Lyfe

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Last summer, Young M.A. linked up with mega producer London On Da Track.

Months ago, M.A hooked up with R&B singer T-Pain for their “F.B.G.M.” collaboration.

Following the release of the Lil Yachty-featuring “Dan Bilzerian,” his last official single that arrived at the close of 2016, T-Pain is back today to share a new song. Turning an old rap trope on its head, “F.B.G.M.” finds T-Pain working alongside Brooklyn’s own Young M.A and is the first single from his forthcoming album Oblivion due out via Nappy Boy Entertainment/Konvict Muzik/RCA Records.