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Kehlani’s New ‘Blue Water Road’ Album Is Coming This Winter

by Kevin Woodward

It’s been simply over a year considering that Kehlani released her 2nd workshop cd, It Was Good Until It Wasn’t. The 15- track LP came to a head at No. 2 on the Billboard 200 graph and included songs like “Toxic,” “Change Your Life (including Jhené Aiko),” “Hate The Club (including Masego),” “Can I,” and a lot more. Currently, in a shock news, the vocalist is readied to release her 3rd workshop cd, Blue Water Road, this winter months.

In the cd’s one-minute aesthetic intro, it open up to a busted rock face. We see the 26- year-old hurt, however selecting herself up, strolling on a dust roadway simply as dawn breaks with an austere band crucial having fun in the history. A dragonfly stocks Kehlani’s hand prior to breaking in a fast fire prior to being up to the ground and being swallowed up by a package of thorns. The vocalist is seen looking at an unidentified things with an intense orange light prior to the video clip reduces to a black display with the cd title, Blue Water Road, drawn up in white message. Fans have actually currently started hypothesizing that it’s one of the brand-new tracks on the cd.

Another fan mentioned that she was harmed after browsing via the chaos behind her, based upon the cover to It Was Good Until It Wasn’t To go along with the news, Kehlani tweeted, “welcome to my globe. appearing of the debris of It Was Good Until It Wasn’t and right into the light, on the roadway. allow’s have a good time.” The intro’s subtitle likewise consisted of a shapely, butterfly, open roadway, and her trademark sea wave emojis.

The cd’s tracklist and attributes have yet to be revealed. Have a look at the complete intro listed below.

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— Kehlani (@Kehlani) September 14, 2021


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