Jhené Aiko checks into her feelings on “Comfort Inn Ending,” a two-minute freestyle produced by No I.D. The L.A. songstress discovers that she wasn’t the only girl her man was seeing. She shares her pain over the sad and subtle instrumental.
“We were in love, but I was the only one/ So I was the only lonely one,” she sings.
Jhené is working on her Def Jam debut Souled Out, which is set to feature contributions from Kendrick Lamar, Ab-Soul, No I.D., KeY Wane, and the Fisticuffs.