Neo soul star Jhene Aiko has debuted yet another sultry slow jam called "Living Room Flow." In the song, the pint sized singer expresses love for her partner and interest in getting creative with sex positions."If these walls could talk, they'd say pick me up and put me on 'em / This bed's way too soft, its time to get off, but keep it going," sings the West Coast native. This one's definitely a new addition for the late night playlist, if you know what we mean.

After years of Internet fame, Aiko dropped her debut album, Souled Out, in September of last year and then traveled the country on a headlining tour supported by SZA and The Internet. After a little time off, Aiko has been generating radio buzz lately because of her raunchy, show-stopper of a guest verse on Omarion's "Post To Be." Unlike the latter, "Living Room Flow," written by the artist herself and produced by Fisticuffs, has a silky, laid back vibe more on par with Aiko's signature sound.

Listen to "Living Room Flow" above.

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