KEHLANI RELEASES ALBUM ‘IT WAS GOOD UNTIL IT WASN’T’ FEATURING KEITH “TEN4” SORRELLS AND KHRIS RIDDICK-TYNES COLLABS
Kehlani dropped her new album It Was Good Until It Wasn’t, today, including tracks “Grieving” featuring James Blake co-produced by Khris Riddick-Tynes and the Keith “Ten4” Sorrells collab “Change Your Life” featuring Jhené Aiko.
UPROXX noted, in regard to “Change Your Life” on the new album, that “one of its most anticipated tracks has emerged as an early favorite.” The Post Athens further elaborated, “the album’s tone changes from reflection on regret to hope on the future with ‘Change Your Life.’ Jhené Aiko and Kehlani collaborate in a convincing ode to a love interest into being a part of their life.”
On “Grieving,” While Stereogum commented “‘Grieving’ exists in Kehlani’s smoothly creeping comfort zone, her sweetly graceful vocals gliding over a slow-burn groove,” calling the collab the “most intriguing of all.”
Khris Riddick-Tynes previously collaborated with Kehlani on her mixtape While We Wait, while Reservoir’s latest signee Keith “Ten4” Sorrells of The Orphanage recently collaborated with John Legend on “Actions” and Demi Lovato on her hit single “I Love Me.”