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Kehlani initially gave hints for her sophomore album on January 27th through a now-deleted Instagram post on the 3rd anniversary of her debut album, SweetSexySavage.
Kehlani painted a complete picture of her sophomore album It Was Good Until It Wasn't by revealing the entire tracklist featuring Tory Lanez, Jhené Aiko, Masego, Lucky Daye and James Blake today (May 4).
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2. Can I (Ft. Tory Lanez)
3. Bad News
4. Real Hot Girl Skit
6. Change Your Life (Ft. Jhené Aiko)
7. Belong To The Streets Skit
8. Everybody Business
9. Hate The Club (Ft. Masego)
10. Serial Lover
12. Can You Blame Me (Ft. Lucky Daye)
13. Grieving (Ft. James Blake)
14. Open (Passionate)
15. Lexii’s Outro
16. I Don’t
The new collection follows the 2017 arrival of her presentation full-length 'SweetSexySavage'. In a four-star survey, NME stated: "Set off by her particular voice, sweet yet intense like honeycomb, the collection is firm without feeling too samey [… ] Kehlani's 17-track debut collection builds up her as a multi-faceted ability."
Kehlani painted a complete picture of her sophomore album It Was Good Until It Wasn't by revealing the entire tracklist featuring Tory Lanez, Jhené Aiko, Masego, Lucky Daye and James Blake today (May 4).She caps the 15-song listing with "Lexii's Outro" to commemorate late Minnesota-based rapper Lexii Alijai, who first collaborated with Kehlani on "Jealous" from the Bay Area crooner's 2015 mixtape You Should Be Here. Alijai died Jan. 1 from an accidental overdose at age 21.
Kehlani's last album was her 2017 debut, SweetSexySavage. Last February, she shared another project, While We Wait to hold fans over for the release of her new LP. A year and two months later, we're finally at the point that Kehlani's new project is here.
It's nice to hear that Kehlani's new music is right around the corner. She's recently dropped "Valentine's Day (Shameful), "Toxic," and "Everybody Business" that all trudge through muddy relationship waters.
She seemingly freed herself from these frustrations with the release of the steamiest music video of the year so far for "Toxic" in which she dances sensually in front of her webcam. It felt like a companion piece to "You Know Wassup," the angry relationship jam that she dropped last November. That previous track was about making sure a partner realizes how much of a catch she is.
She kickstarted her solo career with the 2014 mixtape ‘Cloud 19’, but breakout success came the following year with the Grammy nominated ‘You Should Be Here’ – a soaring collection of R&B jams imbued with skittering electronics and punchy production, which fused brash hip-hop with sugary sweet neo-soul melodies.
Offering R&B that was pop-facing but lyrically tough, 2014’s Cloud 19 and its successor You Should Be Here snared her a major record deal, and from that point things appeared to go according to plan, at least commercially: guest spots with Eminem, Zayn Malik, Charlie Puth and Justin Bieber, a gold-selling debut album, a succession of platinum-selling singles. But there were also high-profile relationships, equally high-profile accusations of infidelity, questions about her mental health, a suicide attempt and an accusation from the ever-delightful Chris Brown that this was a sympathy ploy, and a three-month partnership with controversial rapper YG that ended when a video of him apparently cheating on her appeared on a gossip website (he denied it). All of it has played out, a little queasily, in the full glare of social media, Instagram shots from hospital beds and all.