Jhene Aiko Songs

  • Waiting For My Moment
    Waiting For My Moment
    We were already expecting a Childish Gambino x Vince Staples collaboration to appear on the forthcoming soundtrack for the film "Creed," however we were not aware that Ms. Jhene Aiko would also be in the mix. And it's very much a movie.
  • In a World of My Own/Very Good Advice
    In a World of My Own/Very Good Advice
    The upcoming We Love Disney compilation will find acts like Ariana Grande, Jessie J, Gwen Stefani, Tori Kelly, and Fall Out Boy covering their favorite songs from the their favorite movie's in the iconic production company's catalog. Jhene Aiko has now shared her contribution, which comes in the form of a medley. Aiko blends "In A World Of My Own," and "Very Good Advice," two selections from the 1951 cartoon feature, Alice In Wonderland.
  • Living Room Flow
    Living Room Flow
    Jhene Aiko released her highly anticipated debut album, Souled Out, last September, but since then she's been relatively quiet. She's been busy touring for the most part, but today she's broken her silence with a new record, which picks up where her liquid-y smooth LP left off. "Living Room Flow" sounds like it could have easily landed on the debut, and makes us think it may be something from the cutting room floor, though in terms of quality it suggests otherwise.
  • Win Some, Lose Some
    Win Some, Lose Some
    Two is always better than one right? Tonight, Big Sean’s Dark Sky Paradise was made available for pre-order on iTunes, and for those of you who decide to take advantage of this early purchase will receive two new songs for free, “One Man Can Change The World”, and this Jhene Aiko-featured cut “Win Some Lose Some”.
  • Post To Be
    Post To Be
    After hearing a few snippets over the weekend, we now have the final outcome for Omarion’s new single “Post To Be” featuring Chris Brown & Jhene Aiko. Premiered by the LA Leakers moments ago, the new record is certified club banger with its clap-heavy West Coast sounding production courtesy of DJ Mustard. And with Chris putting it down for the ladies, and Jhene blessing us with her soft vocals, this has all the makings for the next big hit. Look for it to live on Omarion’s upcoming album, Sex Playlist, which is looking at a 2015 release date.
  • Post To Be
    Post To Be
    Omarion's last few projects have seen him excelling in the post-Late Nights slow jam department, but his upcoming single, "Post To Be" sounds like it will be tapping into the R&Bass Mustard-wave going on currently. More on the pop then club, the single is reminiscent of Kid Ink's latest single, "Body Language". 
  • Spotless Mind
    Spotless Mind
    Fans may recall that Jhene Aiko first debuted this Souled Out cut during her Coachella performance back in April, but now we have the full CDQ version of "Spotless Mind". This single will come for free download with the pre-order of Souled Out which hits iTunes tomorrow.
  • The Pressure
    The Pressure
    With Souled Out finally receiving a concrete release date, the roll out for the LP has begun.
  • To Love & Die
    To Love & Die
    After giving us her Sail Out EP last year, Jhene Aiko is ready to kick off the campaign for her debut album Souled Out. Earlier today, Jhene gave her Instagram followers a preview of her first single, "To Love & Die”, and now its already here. The track features the Cocaine 80s, with James Fauntleroy providing vocals and No I.D. handling the production. Give it a close listen, and let us know what ya think!
  • Stay Ready (J Henny Rap Verse)
    Stay Ready (J Henny Rap Verse)
    While we're still waiting on any information on Jhene Aiko's Souled Out, the singer decides to showcase her rap skills on a new version of "Stay Ready."  Jhene posted the "J Henny Rap Verse" version of "Stay Ready" on her Soundcloud page, using the verse written by Kendrick Lamar. We've heard Jhene rap a little in the past, hopefully she'll try it out more on Souled Out.
  • The Worst (Freestyle)
    The Worst (Freestyle)
    Despite being an R&B song, "The Worst" may be the most popular freestyle track of the year so far. Perhaps it's the fact that Aiko half-raps the second verse, quoting Jay Z's "Excuse Me Miss" in the opening line; "Everybody's like, "He's no item/ Pleas don't like him/ He don't wife 'em, he one nights 'em" Just yesterday, Kirko Bangz released an official video for his remix of the the track, and today, Troy Ave has shared his own take.
  • The Worst (Remix)
    The Worst (Remix)
    This afternoon we received a new cut from the Kang of the South, "Turn It", which is a track that will live on his forthcoming album Paperwork (and a music video for the cut is on the way).
  • Stay Ready (What A Life) [NOw FUTUR Remix]
    Stay Ready (What A Life) [NOw FUTUR Remix]
    Paris producer / DJ duo NOw FUTUR have put their spin on Jhene Aiko and Kendrick Lamar's "Stay Ready", from the former's recent Sail Out EP, subtly intensifying it with extra layers of percussion and bass.  How'd they do? Listen to the original here and let us know how they compare, folks.
  • The Worst (Remix)
    The Worst (Remix)
    Avery Storm is the latest artist to take on Jhene Aiko's recent hit, "The Worst", though he may be the first singer to do so. So far we've heard takes from Jaden Smith, Skeme, Cap 1, and more. Storm contributes a sung verse, while leaving the rest of the song intact.  If you're looking for more from Avery, make sure to check out his recent track, "Easier To Break Up", which found him linking up with The Caesars production team.
  • My Afternoon Dream
    My Afternoon Dream
    Jhene Aiko turns 26 today, and to celebrate the occasion she's released a brand new track. "My Afternoon Dream" once again assumes Jhene's meditative style of R&B, with the singer delivering her hypnotic melodies over a contemplative backdrop from Key Wane. The song comes with a visual accompaniment, depicting a girl's silhouette playing in the ocean, lending to the themes of last year's Sail Out EP.
  • The Worst (Ted Smooth Remix)
    The Worst (Ted Smooth Remix)
    Ted Smooth has taken Jhene Aiko's hit "The Worst" and completely reinvented it. Flipping a sample of The Fugees "Ready Or Not" for a 90s rap version of the track. Sticking with that theme, he recruits Raekwon for a new 16, and the Wu-Tang rapper sounds right at home over the beat. "The Worst" is definitely a popular song to remix, particualarly from rappers. So far we've heard Skeme, Cap 1, and Jaden Smith take on the track.
  • Everything Must Go (Alternate Version)
    Everything Must Go (Alternate Version)
    With Jhene Aiko just dropping off her Sail Out EP at the end of last year, it's pretty crazy to hear her announce that her debut album, Souled Out, will be already released this May. Until then, it looks like we’ll be getting some freebies to hold us over.
  • The Worst (Remix)
    The Worst (Remix)
    Cap 1 seems to be taking a not from Skeme, who went over Jhene Aiko's "the Worst" earlier in the week. Much like the California rapper, and Jhene herself, in the original recording, Cap references a Jay Z couplet in the first few bars of the song.
  • The Worst (Remix)
    The Worst (Remix)
    Skeme has been dropping a lot of freestyles lately, putting new verses over Rick Ross' "The Devil Is A Lie", Soulja Boy's "We Made It", and Rich Homie Quan's "Get TF Out My Face" to name a few. His latest track finds him taking on Jhene Aiko's "The Worst". While Aiko played off of Jay-Z's lines in "Excuse Me Miss", Skeme quotes Jigga's "Song Cry". The rapper is hoping to land among the XXL freshman this year, with this string of freestyles being a sort of campaign for the title. Quotable lyrics: 
  • The Vapors (Remix)
    The Vapors (Remix)
    Jhene Aiko's chilled-out "The Vapors" which appeared on her recent "Sail Out" EP has received a remix with Wiz Khalifa, removing the original feature Vince Staples. Do you like it better? Quotable Lyrics"You been on my mind I been tryna let it go I been tryna find Somethin' as incredible As you and I But that's a never No feeling can compare to you You just gotta let me know"