Jhene Aiko is an American R&B singer and songwriter. She is famous for her mix tape 'Sailing Soul(s),' which released on her website in 2011. She started her musical career in her early teens as a vocalist for the R&B group B2K. She was introduced as the ‘cousin’ of B2K rapper Lil' Fizz, which was a false promotional tactic to attract audience. Her musical hits include 'Sail Out,' 'The Worst,' 'Uh Huh,' and 'Why I Love You.' In 2002, she debuted as a playback singer for the soundtrack of the film 'The Master of Disguise' by contributing vocals to the song 'Cherry Pie.' She also appeared in her former boyfriend O'Ryan's debut video 'Take It Slow.' She predominantly works with genres, such as R&B, Hip-Hop, and Rap. Her single '3:16 AM,' which she released under the popular publishing house A&R, increased her popularity; the song was made available for digital download on iTunes. She achieved international recognition when she joined Canadian rapper Drake to contribute to his album 'Nothing Was the Same.' In May 2014, her single 'The Worst' reached the No.1 spot in ‘US Billboard R&B /Hip-Hop-Airplay’ category and peaked at the 11th position in ‘Hot R&B /Hip-Hop’ songs. In 2015, she was nominated for ‘Grammy Awards’ in three categories.