’14 Best R&B Albums #5: Jhene Aiko ‘Souled Out’

Written By: @Elliottwilson January 7, 2015 @ 2:30 PM EDT

All In.
From heartbreak to peace of mind, the Cali singer takes us on a musical journey that  is enriched with strong wordplay and intense introspection. Aiko continues to solidify her own lane and the R&B game needs her fresh perspective on things.

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  • Da Business

    August Alsina and Trey Songz should be 1 and 2



    • K.I.

      Severely slept on….

  • Just Mike

    I don’t think its her. Its Drake secretly expressing himself. True artist.

  • K.I.

    I’ll just say that the album was very good. Not gonna kill her with the “mixtape was better” talk because I’m a fan.

  • Music

    corny album.

    Hated how she tricked us with “Sail Out”, where it was all urban bangers, and then this album ends up being some singy songy watered down acoustic album.

    Wish I could have returned the cd smh.

    • cmonhomiewemajor

      its good for what it is…and girls love this shit, so just keep the CD in your house and they’ll throw the pussy at you

  • Hardheaded

    The female Drake.

  • KJN

    RapRadar is going to lose some credibility if Tinashe Aquarius isn’t on here.

  • el jim chapo guzman

    boring zzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzz