Published by Chilombo News Published on September 28, 2016

Jhené Aiko is a femme fatale in the video for her Gallant collaboration, “Skipping Stones.” Check out the video above.

Published by Chilombo News Published on June 29, 2016


From her latest EP 213, Mila J drops the summertime-approved visual for “Kickin Back.”

Much like Fresh Prince and DJ Jazzy Jeff’s “Summertime”, Mila J uses a sample of Kool & The Gang’s “Summer Madness” to saturate our eardrums with feelings of carefree summertime fun.

In the clip, Mila and her girls ride out to enjoy a sunny day in L.A., “I’m kickin’ back and I’m good,” she declares while kickin’ up some smooth choreography.

Check out the cameo from sister, Miyoko.

(via SingersRoom.com)

Published by Chilombo News Published on March 23, 2016

Today, Jhené Aiko comes through with the official visual for her song, “B’s & H’s,” which debuted back in January on Soulection’s Beats 1 show. In the video, Jhené takes the sultry Fisticuffs-produced track to new heights as grainy close-ups and bedroom filters zero in on the singer as she seductively dances her way through the track. Of course, the song is still a staunch warning to girls who are “gonna fuck around and find out” with a guy that’s cheating on them all. It’s a simple video that’s expertly done by Jhené so that you can’t help but be transfixed by the song.

Last week, the world actually learned that Jhené is no longer a single woman herself. Producer Dot Da Genius revealed the ultimate surprise to everyone with an Instagram post confirming that the two are actually husband and wife. Check out the new video for “B’s & H’s” above.

(via Complex.)

Published by Chilombo News Published on March 11, 2016


Inspirational artist Mali Music teams up with R&B beauty Jhené Aiko in the tender video for their collaborative song, “Contradiction.”

The smoky ballad appears on the soundtrack to Spike Lee’s controversial flick, Chi-Raq. The Davis Silis-directed visual features the pair in a swanky club supporting each other after experiencing heartbreak in their respective relationships. The clip is intercut with young clubgoers disappearing and leaving chalk-outlined bodies behind.

“Every so often music videos can stand for something special and important,” Mali told The FADER about the video. “Have we become so numb to the senseless violence and other nonsense in this world that people can quickly disappear from our lives we just move on without missing a beat? It’s time we wake up and show each other how much we love each other before it’s too late.”

Watch Mali Music and Jhené Aiko spread peace, love and harmony in their new video above.

(Via The Boombox)