Kehlani Parrish was born and raised in Oakland, California. They attended the Oakland School for the Arts, where they studied ballet and modern dance, and blossomed as a vocalist following an injury that led to a move to the music department. During eighth grade, they joined Poplyfe, a band that competed on America's Got Talent during the program's sixth season. Following their affable performance of Travie McCoy's "Billionaire," one of the judges noted that he thought Kehlani, the frontperson, could be successful without the group. While Kehlani brushed the notion aside, they eventually went solo and presented themself as a slightly younger, more down-to-earth alternative to contemporary R&B artists like Jhené Aiko. Signed to Atlantic, Kehlani issued major-label tracks later in 2015 and during 2016. Among these songs were the platinum or gold singles "CRZY," "Distraction," and "Gangsta," the last of which was recorded for Suicide Squad: The Album. The first two hits appeared on Kehlani's first proper album, SweetSexySavage, which in February 2017 entered the Billboard 200 at number three. "Distraction" earned Kehlani a second Grammy nomination, this time for Best R&B Performance. Several tracks followed during the rest of 2017 and throughout 2018. "Good Life" (a G-Eazy collaboration off The Fate of the Furious: The Album) and "Honey" both earned gold discs for Kehlani as a lead artist, while they were also featured on hits such as Calvin Harris' "Faking It," Charlie Puth's "Done for Me," Kyle's "Playinwitme," and Cardi B's Top 40 entry "Ring."
- 100% USA cotton
- Shoulder-to-shoulder neck tape and double-needle stitched neck
- double-needle stitched sleeve and bottom hems
- Heavy-duty knitting
- Quarter-turned to eliminate center crease
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