Without sugarcoating or softening a word, the Bay Area-born two-time GRAMMY® Award-nominated multiplatinum songstress will drop a hard truth in one breath and flip a middle finger in the next. Either way, she finds a way to consistently relate without filter. Kehlani’s 2015 breakout mixtape You Should Be Here received a GRAMMY® nod in the category of “Best Urban Contemporary Album.” She contributed to the soundtracks for Suicide Squad and The Fate of the Furious and guested on Cardi B’s “Ring,” Kyle’s “PLAYINWITME,” and Justin Bieber’s “Get Me,” to name a few.
By 2020, she picked up three gold solo singles—“You Should Be Here,” “Honey,” and “Distraction,” for which she received her second GRAMMY® nomination for Best R&B performance. In addition, four platinum singles—“Gangsta,” “The Way” [feat. Chance the Rapper], “CRZY,” and “Nights Like This” [feat. Ty Dolla $ign] and streams in the billions. Not to mention, Billboard Women In Music honored her with the “Rule Breaker Award”. In the aftermath of 2019’s chart-topping While We Wait mixtape, everything changed. She became a mom. As such, parenthood left an indelible imprint on her second full-length, It Was Good Until It Wasn’t. The album is described by Kehlani as her most mature body of work, featuring songs based on her own real experiences including “Toxic” and “Everybody Business.” In the end, you’ll know exactly what’s on Kehlani’s mind, heart, and soul.