Meet Namiko Love Browner: Jhenè Aiko’s daughter

Meet Namiko Love Browner: Jhenè Aiko’s daughter

Namiko Love Browner is Jhenè Aiko’s daughter.

Who is Namiko Love Browner?

Namiko Love Browner is the daughter of singer Jhenè Aiko and O’Ryan. She has featured in her mother music videos, “Eternal Sunshine” and “The Pressure”

She is of multiple races. She is of Japanese, Spanish, Dominican, African American, German and Jewish origin. She speaks Spanish and English fluently. She has a younger half-brother known as Noah Hasani. He was born on the 8th November, 2022. 

Love is a social media influencer with over 650,000 followers on Instagram. In the near future, she sees herself pursuing a career in music and fashion.

Who Is Namako Love Browner’s mother?

Her mother, Jhenè Aiko Efuru Chilombo is an American singer, songwriter and actress. She was born on the 16th March, 1988 in Los Angeles, California. Aiko’s debut EP, “Sail Out,” saw the light of day in 2013 and achieved remarkable commercial success, reaching the 12th spot on the Billboard 200 chart. It gave rise to the hit singles “The Worst” and “3:15 AM.” Following this, her inaugural studio album, “Souled Out,” graced the music scene in 2014 and similarly enjoyed commercial triumph, climbing to number four on the Billboard 200. Notable singles from the album include “Bed Peace” and “The Vapours.”

In 2017, Aiko released her second studio album, “Trip,” which garnered critical acclaim. This album earned her a Grammy Award nomination for Best Urban Contemporary Album. In 2020, her third studio album, “Chilombo,” continued her streak of critical acclaim and received a Grammy Award nomination for Album of the Year.

In addition to her albums, Aiko has released various mixtapes and singles, including notable tracks like “Post to Be” with Chris Brown and Ty Dolla Sign, “Come Back to Me” with Big Sean, and “Triggered” with Swae Lee. She has also collaborated with esteemed artists such as Kendrick Lamar, Drake, and Childish Gambino.

How old is Namiko Love Browner?

Namiko was born on the 19th November, 2008 in Los Angeles, California. As of 12th September, 2023, she is 14 years old.

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Who is Namiko Love Browner’s father?

Jhenè Aiko’s daughter’s father is O’Ryan Omir Browner, a singer and actor. He is the younger brother of R&B singer Omarion. Ryan and Jhenè Aiko met in 2005 and began dating shortly after. Namiko was born in 2008 but the couple split up shortly after her birth. O’Ryan has been open about his relationship with Namiko and has said that he is still learning the art of parenting. He also said that he wants to be a good role model for her.

O’Ryan Omir Browner, better known by his stage name, O’Ryan, is an American R&B singer and actor. He was born on the 12th of February, 1987, in Los Angeles, California. He began his career as a child actor, appearing in the television series, “Moesha” and the film, “Dr. Dolittle 3”. He released his debut album, “O’Ryan”  in 2004. Aside from being in the entertainment industry, he is a businessman with his own clothing line and production company. He is also a philanthropist and has worked with several charities.

Where is Namiko Love Browner now?

Namiko is currently residing in Los Angeles, California with her mother, Jhenè Aiko and her younger half-brother, Noah Hasani. She is a student at a private school in Los Angeles and has over 650,000 followers on Instagram.

The 14-year-old has featured in her mother’s music video for the song, “B.S.” in 2022. She has also been featured in magazines such as “Teen Vogue” and Essence”. She is also a brand ambassador for several fashion brands, including PrettyLittleThings and Morphe.

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