Kehlani Gets Seductive in ‘Quarantine Style’ Music Video for ‘Toxic’

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While stuck inside due to the coronavirus pandemic, the ‘Gangsta’ singer makes use of her own crib and wardrobe to film the music video for her latest single.

AceShowbizKehlani has steamed up the Internet with her brand new music video. Around a week after announcing she was unable to complete a follow-up to her 2017 debut album because of the ongoing coronavirus pandemic, the “Good Life” hitmaker unleashed a seductive promo for her latest single “Toxic”.

In the “Quarantine Style” video released on Wednesday, March 25, the 24-year-old singer locks herself in her room and shows off her twerking skills. She smokes and poses seductively in a number of different outfits, including fishnet apparel, silky robes and lingerie, as colorful LED lights offer more sensual vibe to the clip.

“I was this way for you/ Put the p***y away for you/ Thinkin’ I would wait for you,” the Grammy Award nominee sings while filming herself using what seems to be a computer camera. “And now that damn Julio made me a fool for you/ And now I might hit your phone up/ With that ra-ra-ra, missin’ my da-da-da.”

Prior to the release of this video, Kehlani teased her fans with a snippet through her social media page. Explaining the behind-the-scene story of how she made it, she wrote in an Instagram post, “i was red wine drunk tonight and locked myself in my room for an hour never edited a video before s/o iMovie on the Mac.”

In another post, the “Gangsta” songstress named Hyphy Williams as the director of the sultry clip. She added in the caption, “ToxicChallenge goin up cuz social distancing got y’all in the house bussin s**t too… whats your favorite part of the video?”

This music video for “Toxic” came just days after Kehlani revealed that COVID-19 hampered her work on her upcoming album. Taking to her Twitter account, she noted, “To be transparent, I had a release date. We’re unable to complete any of our plans or move forward with the album at the moment due to the pandemic.” She added, “Not thinking about music at the moment, focused on how to just be a good citizen to society at this time.”

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