The List of Jhené Aiko Albums in Order of Release

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The discography of Jhené Aiko, an American musical artist, consists of three studio albums, one extended play (EP), one mixtape, 17 singles (including five as a featured artist) and 21 music videos, Have sold over 2 million albums.

At some point on her path, R&B seeker Jhené Aiko discovered the concept of sound healing. Well, not just sound healing, but singing bowls—instruments whose resonances are thought to help balance and heal chakras corresponding to the particular note played. If it sounds a little New Age-y, fine—Aiko can live with it. For as long as she’d been making music, people had been coming up and telling her how it helped them study, helped them sleep, helped them get through a hard time. “Then I found this tangible thing,” she told Apple Music. “This sound healing, that’s actually healing on a cellular level. I put those two thoughts together and I was like, okay, my purpose in doing my music isn’t just for me to get through things, but it’s to help other people.” Not that Aiko lives in the clouds.

If anything, she represents a wave of younger artists bringing the introspection of ’70s R&B and ’90s neo-soul into the self-care era, handling real, everyday stuff—relationships, parenting, sex, personal discovery—with a slight cosmic slant. Born Jhené Aiko Efuru Chilombo in Los Angeles in 1988, she started her career contributing occasional vocals to the R&B group B2K as a teenager, signing with a subsidiary of Def Jam in 2011. Aiko found her footing quickly, straddling hip-hop and R&B, rapping and singing, boasting about going 10 rounds in bed one minute (“Sativa”) and tripping out on our universal humanity the next (“New Balance”). A mix of Japanese, Native American, Spanish, Dominican, black, and Jewish, Aiko never knew quite where she fit—a sense of dislocation that made her not only a beacon to all kinds of audiences, but the embodiment of someone whose identity felt somehow fractured or unresolved. In other words, a person in search of themselves. So, if you are a die heart fan of Jhené Aiko Albums then check out here we have list of Jhené Aiko albums in order of release so far.

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Here is the list of Jhené Aiko Album in Order of Release Date

  1. Souled Out — September 9, 2014
  2. Trip — September 22, 2017
  3. Chilombo — March 6, 2020


All Jhené Aiko Albums List in Order

1. Souled Out (2014)

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  1. Limbo Limbo Limbo
  2. W.A.Y.S.
  3. To Love & Die
  4. Spotless Mind
  5. It’s Cool
  6. Lyin King
  7. Wading
  8. The Pressure
  9. Brave
  10. Eternal Sunshine
  11. Promises
  12. Pretty Bird (Freestyle)


2. Trip (2017)

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  1. LSD
  2. Jukai
  3. While We’re Young
  4. Moments
  5. OLLA (Only Lovers Left Alive)
  6. When We Love
  7. Sativa
  8. New Balance
  9. Newer Balance (Freestyle)
  10. You Are Here
  11. Never Call Me
  12. Nobody
  13. Overstimulated
  14. Bad Trip (Interlude)
  15. Oblivion (Creation)
  16. Psilocybin (Love in Full Effect)
  17. Mystic Journey (Freestyle)
  18. Picture Perfect (Freestyle)
  19. Sing to Me
  20. Frequency
  21. Ascension
  22. Trip


3. Chilombo (2020)

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  1. Lotus (Intro)
  2. Triggered (Freestyle)
  3. None of Your Concern
  4. Speak
  5. B.S.
  6. Pussy Fairy (OTW)
  7. Happiness Over Everything (H.O.E.)
  8. One Way St.
  9. Define Me
  10. Surrender
  11. Tryna Smoke
  12. Born Tired
  13. Love
  14. 10k Hours
  15. Summer 2020
  16. Mourning Doves
  17. Pray for You
  18. Lightning & Thunder
  19. Magic Hour
  20. Party for Me (West Coast Version)


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