BY LISA MROCK
Kehlani’s been on everybody’s radar for a while, dropping mixtapes and high-profile collaborations with Chicago’s Chance the Rapper and BJ The Chicago Kid. She released her debut album SweetSexySavage filled with songs concerning love, trying to find Mr. Right (Now), and speaking on her own work ethic such as in “CRZY.” She’s fought her way through homelessness and depression to release a stellar work of pop soul, not counting contributions to the soundtracks for Suicide Squad and the latest Fast and Furious installment. She warns us we should be worried on “Do U Dirty,” but the only thing we’re worried about is her show selling out.