Jhené Aiko: Exes Scared to Reply to “Comfort Inn Ending” Freestyle

Jhene Aiko 2013

No one speaks for the woman scorned like L.A.-based singer-songwriter Jhené Aiko , who recently unleashed some frustration in a freestyle titled “Comfort Inn Ending.”

She channels her quiet fury into the two-minute No I.D. -produced track where puts exes and false-starters on blast… Dominic, David, Braden, Marquis, Shawn, and Brian — though she says there are more that could be added to the list.

“I think they’re a little scared of me,” the singer tells HipHollywood.com when asked if any of the assholes have contacted her about the song, which you can hear below.

Listen: Jhené Aiko – “Comfort Inn Ending” (Freestyle)

“Comfort Inn Ending” should keep us calm while we impatiently await the R&B songbird’s official Def Jam debut, but it just riles up anticipation. Not that she’s been dormant since her highly-acclaimed 2011 sailing soul(s) EP .

Jhené and daughter Namiko working on '(S)ouled Out' in the studio

Jhené and daughter Namiko working on ‘(S)ouled Out’ in the studio

In 2012, she found herself featured on ScHoolboy Q ‘s Sex Drive ” and Ab-Soul ‘s Terrorist Threats alongside rapper Danny Brown .

She followed up with 3:16 AM ,” which released to iTunes in September, and a heartbreaking tribute titled “For My Brother.”

Her 2013 has brought us Mirrors ,” “ Wrap Me Up ,” featuring James Fauntleroy , and “fly ass pisces,” featuring Common , from No I.D. and Fauntleroy’s Cocaine 80s collaborative project, The Flower Of Life .

We’re hoping most of the new tunes make it onto her forthcoming (S)ouled Out LP, set to release sometime this year.

In addition to NO I.D., the project will feature production from Fisticuffs (frequent collaborators with Miss Aiko), Dot Da Genius , Clams Casino , Key Wane , and more.

Watch: Jhené Aiko Talks “Comfort Inn Ending”