Earlier this March, Kehlani was scheduled to meet with her record label. Executives at Atlantic told her they believed in the album, which was supposed to be released on April 24, also her 25th birthday, but the coronavirus pandemic was making it impossible to chart a plan for its promotion. It would have to be postponed. Today happens to be the original release date. She also lives with her daughter, two younger siblings, a close friend, and her assistant.
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J ust before lockdown, Kehlani had a meeting with the head of her label. Talking via Zoom, the year-old is propped up against the headboard of her kingsized bed and dressed down in a baggy T-shirt that reveals a Technicolor tapestry of tattoos on both arms. So she took matters into her own hands and filmed a suitably wavy homemade vid for lead single Toxic on her laptop. The next day the label called. It has meant that the last few weeks have been an endless stream of DIY videos and garden-based photoshoots handily she was quarantined with her photographer, Bri Alysse. She gets what she wants. While on previous collections, pain was quickly alchemised into hard-worn triumph, here she lets it fester, prodding at the grey areas of faltering relationships over music that unspools like honeyed molasses. You have to grind it out of your system.
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Kehlani Ashley Parrish born April 24,   is an American singer, songwriter, and dancer. Kehlani is originally from Oakland, California , where she achieved initial fame as a member of the teen group Poplyfe. In , she released her first commercial mixtape , Cloud
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