Jhené Aiko teamed up with Galore for a photo shoot that finds the singer looking fine as hell, embracing her Asian heritage with a Geisha-inspired aesthetic. Aiko also sat down for an interview, doling out some respectable insight into a woman's strength and sexuality:

"Why should there be this thing about women not expressing their sexuality? There’s really no real reason why we can’t be as confident in our sexuality as a man. It’s just common sense. My advice is just to look in the mirror and realize that, you know, you’re equal to a man and anything a man can do, we’re more than capable of doing. And the things men are not ashamed to do, we shouldn’t be ashamed either."

The singer also discusses her working relationship with Big Sean, her experience being of mixed descent, and her desire to move on from the infamous "you gotta eat the booty like groceries" line. Check out the whole interview over at Galore, and if you're strictly interested in the...fashion, you can always stick to the samples below.

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Q:Do people ever say ignorant things in front of you about your heritage? A:Oh yeah, all the time. I was at the I Heart Radio awards and some man who didn’t know me asked me, “How was China?” Literally, the first words he said to me were, “How was China?” And I didn’t really get it until I realized, oh, you think I’m Chinese. And I was like, “Oh, I’ve never been, I’m not Chinese.” And then he was kinda like, “Oh no no no, I know,” and like, tried to make up this excuse as to why he would say that. And I’ve had people make racial comments about black people to me not knowing that I am part black, I’ve had people make comments about being Asian to me, not realizing that I’m Asian – or even people not realizing I’m also European. It’s something that I notice every day but I’ve gotten used to the fact that a lot of people still don’t understand the concept of being mixed, you know? So I’m patient with them. @galore

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