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.
It serves as a reminder that Jhene's scene-stealing verse of Omarion's "Post To Be" is just a fun experiment, rather than a change in direction, though it's still one we'd like to hear more of.
I don't have to stay 'til morning
I don't have to pack no clothes
I am really not that lonely
If we finished then I will go