Jhené Aiko is a American singer-songwriter and
recording artist from Los Angeles, California.
Aiko began her career being known as "Lil' Fizz's cousin", however she is not actually related to him.
It was used as a marketing tool suggested by Sony and Epic to promote her through the R&B group B2K
and attract an audience, though Aiko affirms that she and Lil' Fizz grew up together and were
close like family.
Jhené Aiko Efuru Chilombo
Also known as
March 16, 1988 (age
Los Angeles, California, United States
Mother - Christina Yamamoto
(Japanese, Spanish, and Dominican descent)
Father - Dr. Karamo Chilombo
(birth name Greg Barnes)
(African American, Yaqui, Choctaw, Cherokee, Navajo, and German Jewish descent)
older sisters Miyoko and Jamila
(they were in the R&B group Gyrl and toured with Immature)
(lost to cancer on July 19, 2012)
(born November 19, 2008)
(father R&B singer
B2K, Black Hippy, Cocaine 80s, No I.D.