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Here’s a Stream of Jhene Aiko’s “Sail Out” EP, Let’s Listen…
If I were to put money on an artist to break out in 2014, I would bet the house on Jhene Aiko. In 2013 she made a name for herself as a go-to-guest, appearing alongside the likes of J. Cole, Big Sean, Drake, and Chilidsh Gambino just to name a few. She has a special quality to her and now that her fellow artists are starting to recognize it, and with an album set to drop in 2014 it wont be long until she takes center stage. Aiko will look to carry her momentum over into the new year with her "Sail Out" EP.
This seven cut offering is just a sampler of bigger things to come from this star in the making. It might be short, but it will give us plenty to talk about as Aiko looks to keep her buzz going strong. So, RefinedHype Nation, did she deliver? Are you as sold on her as we are? Any and all thoughts are encouraged on the Nation's fantasy wife. Tracklist and stream is available below. Those properly inspired can cop "Sail Out" on iTunes now.
1. The Vapors featuring Vince Staples
2. Bed Peace featuring Childish Gambino
3. Stay Ready (What A Life) featuring Kendrick Lamar
4. WTH featuring Ab-Soul
5. The Worst
7. Comfort Inn Ending (Freestyle) (Bonus Track)
Note 2: Any posted download link, or any promotion of downloading the album, will be automatically deleted as soon as possible. Purchase the album on iTunes.
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