Let the records show that today has been marked as the day in which one of the most iconic R&B albums of all time has been gifted to us. The two–time Grammy nominee Kehlani came back stronger than ever with her sophomore album It Was Good Until It Wasn’t, packed with star-studded features from Tory Lanez, Jhené Aiko, Masego, Lucky Daye and James Blake.
Kehlani’s evolution has truly been one of the most prolific ascensions we’ve observed. Initially appearing on America’s Got Talent with her former band Poplyfe in 2011, the R&B songstresses has escalated every level there is within the music industry gracefully. From Cloud 19, to You Should Be Here, right up to SweetSexySavage she has produced some of the most forward-thinking R&B in the entire genre. It Was Good Until It Wasn’t is no exception.
Parrish has never been timid about her real life experiences and encounters with love, drama, pain, sexuality, gratitude and happiness. In fact, her transparency and vulnerability is what gravitated us all towards her, ultimately catapulting her career forward. On the 15-track record, Kehlani serenades us with a variety of lustful depictions accompanied by 90’s inspired undertones, while vividly painting mysterious and sultry sensibilities that accurately reinforce her new sense of direction and self realization.
From “Toxic” right down to “Can You Blame Me” we are firmly held in the singer/songwriters grip as there isn’t a single skip in sight. Every track is beyond relatable as she explores themes we’ve all experienced in one way or another. In a matter of hours, the album has earned it’s position as the #1 streamed album on Apple Music today.
Stream It Was Good Until It Wasn’t to get an in depth look at the love life of not only Kehlani herself, but of the average Millennial woman.