Watch Jhene Aiko and Childish Gambino Protest in ‘Bed Peace’ Video
Inspired by John Lennon and Yoko Ono's famous "bed-ins," which protested the Vietnam War, Jhene and Gambino lay in bed while reporters interview them.
The singer explains that growing up in L.A., she's always been around noise and that's why she's advocating a movement for peace. "I grew up in L.A., and there was a lot of stuff going on all the time… I've always been around noise and chaos," she states in the video.
Childish Gambino and the songstress get up close and personal, as they cuddle close during his verse. "Finally stop crying but your nose is still runny / Wipe it on my shirt," he raps.
'Bed Peace' will appear on Jhene Aiko's forthcoming 'Sail Out' EP, dropping Nov. 12.