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Watch: Jhené Aiko’s Macabre ‘Black Swan’-Inspired “Mirrors” Video

Watch: Jhené Aiko’s Macabre ‘Black Swan’-Inspired “Mirrors” Video

Fueling overwhelming anticipation for her Def Jam debut, Jhené Aiko — an admitted lover of horror films — takes on a haunting, emotive interpretation of Darren Aronofsky’s Black Swan (2010) for her new music video, “Mirrors.” Directed by Topshelf Junior, the video is a beautifully gritty black-and-white piece.

Watch: Jhené Aiko’s Dark, Eerie “3:16 AM” Music Video

Watch: Jhené Aiko’s Dark, Eerie “3:16 AM” Music Video

In the official video for “3:16 AM,” rising singer-songwriter Jhené Aiko — whose lyrical honesty and vulnerability is nothing new — explores even deeper, darker feelings than we’ve heard or seen from the artist before. We expect this gloomy Fisticuffs-produced track to appear on the Def Jam newbie’s highly-anticipated official debut release, soul(ed) out.

Watch: Jhené Aiko Live @ 330 Ritch in San Francisco

Watch: Jhené Aiko Live @ 330 Ritch in San Francisco

Cali-based R&B/Pop songstress Jhené Aiko recently killed it on stage with her band at San Francisco’s 330 Ritch performing “Stranger,” “You vs Them,” “Do Better Blues,” and her version of Drake’s “Marvin’s Room.”