This Jhene Aiko Music Quilt Blanket can help to make your house seem more inviting and pleasant overall. The brilliant colors and comfortable fabric will bring a grin to the face of any music fan. The fabric is soft and lightweight, making it ideal for warm summer nights or spring evenings.
Jhene Aiko Music Quilt Blanket Description
Jhene Aiko Music Quilt Blanket Information
|Style||Quilt and Fleece Blanket|
|Made of||Fabrics like velboa and sherpa|
|Sizes||Various sizes are available to accommodate a wide range of bed sizes and applications.|
To keep its color and keep it from shedding, follow the instructions.
Jhene Aiko Music
Jhené Aiko Efuru Chilombo is an American singer who began her career by providing vocals and acting in various music videos for R&B group B2K. She was known as Lil’ Fizz’s “cousin” at the time, despite the fact that she is not connected to him. It was recommended by Sony and Epic Records as a marketing technique to promote Aiko via the group and create her own fan base. In 2003, Aiko was slated to release her first album, My Name Is Jhené, via her labels Sony, The Ultimate Group, and Epic; however, the record was never published, and Aiko finally asked to be freed from the label in order to complete her schooling.
Aiko returned to music in March 2011 with the release of her first full-length record, a mixtape titled Sailing Soul (s). On December 16, 2011, Aiko signed a recording deal with American record producer No I.D.’s record label ARTium, which is distributed by Def Jam Recordings. Aiko performed with Lil Wayne on Big Sean’s tune “Beware” in 2013, which earned her first top 40 records on the US Billboard Hot 100 chart. Sail Out, her debut project for Artium and Def Jam was released in November 2013. The EP was accompanied by the songs “3:16 AM,” “Bed Peace” (with Childish Gambino), and “The Worst,” the latter of which was certified platinum by the Recording Industry Association of America (RIAA).
This Jhene Aiko Music Quilt Blanket is composed of high-quality materials. The design includes the word “Jhene” as well as a picture of her. The music notes and rose in the backdrop add to the overall aesthetic.