Don’t let Jhené Aiko’s petite size fool you. There’s a reason none of the the L.A. songstress’ exes responded when she dropped a freestyle, titled “Comfort Inn Ending,” last May.
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Jhené Aiko pays homage to John Lennon and Yoko Ono’s infamous 1969 “bed-in” protests during the Vietnam War with her latest video offering for “Bed Peace.”
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.
Jhené Aiko’s “3:16 AM” has finally hit iTunes and Amazon and official single artwork has been revealed as well! We expect the song to appear on the Def Jam newbie’s highly-anticipated official debut release, ‘soul(ed) out.’
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.
If there was one place Jhené Aiko fans should have been this month, it was Austin, Texas for her first SXSW performance. She performed “My Mine,” of off her highly-acclaimed .sailingsoul(s). mixtape, while fans sang along.
For “My Mine,” produced by the Fisticuffs, Jhené is blurred by shame and crushed with regret over a lover — who in the video leaves her alone in her wedding dress.