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Jhené Aiko is known as an American singer and songwriter. She is most famous for her albums, Trip and Souled Out.

Background and Age

Jhené Aiko Efuru Chilombo was born on March 16, 1988 in Los Angeles, CA. She was raised close by two sisters Jamila, and Miyoko. As a mixed race child, Jhené didn't make some wonderful memories in school as a child as she was always derided for her looks of which didn't fall into the known racial groupings. Her brilliant part of adolescence was fueled by her passion for music. At whatever point she felt miserable, she could utilize music as solace.

Married, Husband band Kids

In 2005, Aiko started dating O'Ryan, a prolific RnB singer where they had a girl, Namiko Love in November 2008. They separated the same year their little girl was born. Regardless they turned out to be great companions and alternated in co-child raising.

In March 2016, she got married stealthily to her better half Oladipo Omishore. The couple started dating in 2015 however shockingly, the relationship didn't keep going long as Jhené petitioned for legal separation citing hopeless marriage contrasts. The marriage was at last finished in October 2017. There were rumors that she was already seeing her new man, Big Sean.

In November 2019, Aiko enrolled her ex, Big Sean for her new single titled "None Of Your Concern." The pair famously dated from 2016 to 2018 so it's hard not to imagine that Aiko is sending her ex a message when she sings, "It don't even hurt anymore".

Career and Net Worth

She started music and vocals at an early age of four and was later attracted to the full enthusiasm of music by her senior sisters, Jamila, and Miyoko who were at that point doing admirably in a RnB musical gathering called, 'Gyrl'. It was through her sisters that she had the option to meet Chris Stokes, the then producer of the gathering and age five and when she was seven, Jhené had composed a decent number of rap tunes.

Aiko started as a vocalist for the B2K, an RnB kid group in the late 90s and mid 2000s. She was promoted as the cousin to one of the B2K men, Lil' Fizz, which was not actually valid. In any case, this talk carried her to the spotlight as it was equipped to producing a buzz for her 2003 debut introduction collection titled "My Name is Jhené". This collection was tragically not released as she ended her contract with her record label, Sony, and selected to instead facilitate her education.

As a solo artist, she went on to create popular albums like Souled Out and Trip.

Date modified: Jun 22, 2020
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