Aiko and Rxseboy have delivered a delectable treat for our ears with their R&B pop single, “Go To H<3ll.” Serving as the opening track for their upcoming EP, the song captivates listeners right from the start. The combination of plucked guitar chords and Aiko’s soothing vocals sets the stage, but it’s the infusion of electronic R&B trap chords and a low 808 bass that truly takes the song to the next level. Aiko adds a fresh and unique touch by incorporating a few Japanese lyrics, showcasing her prowess in lyrical expression.
In the second verse, Rxseboy makes an appearance, effortlessly blending his tone with the jazzy chords that permeate the track. The collaboration between Aiko and Rxseboy proves to be a harmonious match, allowing their voices to intertwine flawlessly and creating a captivating sonic experience.
Aiko’s journey in the music industry is a testament to her meteoric rise. At just 16 years old, she recorded vocals and piano for a track titled “You Broke My Heart Again” on an iPhone 6. Through the power of social media and TikTok, her talent quickly gained recognition, propelling the track to a staggering 250 million streams. Remixes by esteemed artists Robin Schulz and Jax Jones further elevated her profile, leading to performances on renowned festival stages and songwriting opportunities for the likes of David Guetta and Imanbek.
Similarly, Rxseboy has recently achieved viral success with his somber and chilled track, “Eyes Blue Like the Atlantic.” With “Go To H<3ll,” Aiko’s piercing vocals effortlessly complement the warm production, creating a mesmerizing atmosphere. The song encapsulates the theme of trying to move on from someone by expressing a faux indifference while concealing genuine emotions.