[LISTEN] Jhené Aiko Unveils ‘Chilombo’ Album
Jhene Aiko has release her highly anticipated third album. The singer has been laying the foundation with lead singles for the last few months. Now we have the Jhene Aiko Chilombo album, released on Friday March 6th.
The Jhene Aiko Chilombo album follows her 2017 album, Trip, which found moderate success.
The title, Chilombo, comes from the singer’s full name: Jhené Aiko Efuru CHILOMBO. The album represents a bit of Jhene coming into her own as an artist and a person. The early process of creating the album took place in Hawaii, which is where Jhene’s grandmorther is from. Chilombo means wild beast. The volcano is symbolic of the beautiful, yet powerful beast. Jhené Aiko is Chilombo.
Additionally, Jhené has decided to implement her practice of sound healing onto this album. Every song incorporates crystal alchemy singing bowls. This form of sound healing has been found to be both physically and mentally healing on the cellular level.
The first three singles from the album are “Triggered,” “None Of Your Concern,” and “P*$$y Fairy (OTW)”. Watch the visuals for all three songs below:
Jhene Aiko Chilombo album tracklist
01. Lotus (intro)
02. Triggered freestyle
03. None of Your Concern featuring Big Sean
05. B.S. featuring H.E.R.
06. P*$$y Fairy (OTW)
07. Happiness Over Everything (H.O.E.) featuring Future & Miguel
08. One Way featuring Ab-Soul
09. Define Me (interlude)
10. Surrender featuring Dr. Chill
11. Tryna Smoke
12. Born Tired
14. 10x Hours featuring Nas
15. Summer 2020 (interlude)
16. Morning Doves
17. Pray For You
18. Lightning & Thunder featuring John Legend
19. Magic Hour
20. Party For Me featuring Ty Dolla $ign
One week before the album release Jhene released a new single, “Happiness Over Everything (H.O.E.)” featuring Future & Miguel. Watch the visual here:
Stream the Jhene Aiko Chilombo album below:
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