The duo's self-titled debut album comes out Friday.

By Eric Renner Brown
Updated March 28, 2016 at 12:00 PM EDT

Big Sean and Jhené Aiko will release a collaborative album Friday as Twenty88, they announced Monday. The self-titled LP will initially stream exclusively at TIDAL for four days, but will be offered for commercial download immediately. The duo will make their TV debut as Twenty88 on Jimmy Kimmel Live! Thursday.

According to a press release, “Twenty88 tells the story of the highs and lows of a relationship, with insights into conflict, memories, love, sex, and more and features production from Key Wane, Detail, and Tommy Brown.” Key Wane worked on Beyoncé’s “Partition,” Detail contributed to Bey’s “Drunk in Love,” and Tommy Brown has collaborated with artists ranging from Ariana Grande to 2 Chainz.

Sean and Aiko have recorded together before, most recently on “I Know” and “Win Some, Lose Some” off the former’s 2015 album Dark Sky Paradise.

The two shared cover art and a video teaser for the collaboration via Twitter: