Posted by , Apr 14, 2015 at 03:53pm
Kehlani's poised to be the next big thing in R&B.

Introduced to most of us via her dope Cloud 19 tape last summer, Bay Area native Kehlani has kept her grind strong since then, now gearing up to release a follow-up on April 28th. Before we get You Should Be Here, we're out to preach to the unconverted and convince you that Kehlani deserves to be on your iPod. 

Starting her career as a member of the band Poplyfe, Kehlani (now 19) appeared on the show "America's Got Talent" in 2011, but later moved past the cover band's aspirations and began working on her own. Since then, she's moved more towards the modern R&B side of things, and seen her influence and fanbase expand as a result of her highly personal songwriting and slick production choices. 

If you still need convincing, read on and watch Kehlani's "On The Come Up" segment below:

5 Reasons You Should Be Listening To Kehlani

Kehlani's poised to be the next big thing in R&B.


Introduced to most of us via her dope Cloud 19 tape last summer, Bay Area native Kehlani has kept her grind strong since then, now gearing up to release a follow-up on April 28th. Before we get You Should Be Here, we're out to preach to the unconverted and convince you that Kehlani deserves to be on your iPod. 

Starting her career as a member of the band Poplyfe, Kehlani (now 19) appeared on the show "America's Got Talent" in 2011, but later moved past the cover band's aspirations and began working on her own. Since then, she's moved more towards the modern R&B side of things, and seen her influence and fanbase expand as a result of her highly personal songwriting and slick production choices. 

If you still need convincing, read on and watch Kehlani's "On The Come Up" segment below:

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