Jhene Aiko Efuru Chilombo is an American singer and songwriter who mainly produces R&B and neo-soul songs. She has released several albums and singles such as My Name is Jhene, Beware, 3:16 AM, The Worst, Trip, Chilombo, and many others.
Additionally, Jhene has worked with other great artists like B2K, Ab-Soul, Mila J, Omarion, and Big Sean. She was also fortunate enough to perform in the Super Bowl LVI on the 13th of February 2022.
Aiko has a daughter, Namiko, who was born to her when she was in a relationship with her ex, O’Ryan. It’s time to explore details about her parents and siblings.
Jhene Aiko Parents Love Life (where they met, when they met, love life)
Christina and Karamo first met in the year 1979. They only dated for a year and decided to get married in 1980. They had arranged a lovely wedding ceremony and invited both their parents and relatives.
The couple was blessed with five children. Unfortunately, their marriage ended in 2000 when they finalized their divorce since they had a lot of misunderstandings and disagreements.
Jhene Aiko Mother Christina Yamamoto Biography
Christina Yamamoto was born on the 18th of February in 1958. She was born in Inglewood, California, United States of America.
Her ethnic background is Japanese-American. She is mainly known for being the mother to famous singers Jhene and Mila J. Her education and career background is unknown as she likes to keep it private.
She got married in 1980 to Dr. Karamo, and they had five children together. Christina is very supportive of her children and cares for them. She got a divorce in 2000 and has been single since then.
Jhene Aiko Father Dr. Karamo Chilombo Biography
Dr. Karamo’s real name is Gregory Wycliff Barnes, and he was born on the 1st of December in 1944. He was born in Bakersfield, California, and comes from a mixed ethnic background of African-American and German-Jewish.
Dr. Karamo is a pediatrician, a qualified medical expert, and a musician regarding his career. He likes to refer to himself as Dr. Chill, which he mainly uses.
He went to study medicine at the University of California San Francisco and the Case Western Reserve University. Aside from being a doctor, he also has a unique mode of dressing inspired by Jamaican culture. He has produced several songs titled Wish Our Love, The Sounds of Mother Africa, and I Am Not Afraid. He has also made songs with his daughter, Jhene Aiko.
He got married to Christina in 1980 but later got divorced in 2000. He has remained single since then.
Jhene Aiko’s Siblings
Jhene Aiko has a total of seven siblings. Four of her siblings are biological and include Miyoko, Mila J, Jahi, and Miyagi. Unfortunately, her brother Miyagi passed away due to cancer in 2012. The rest of her siblings are paternal half-siblings, including Marcia, Dio, and Kareena.