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Kehlani Is Marked As One Of The Most-Streamed R&B Artist Of 2020: “Numbers Don’t Lie! Y’all See Me Working Hard!”

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Well-known singer & rapper Kehlani became one of the top streamed R&B female artists of 2020 with her second studio album, titled ‘It Was Good Until It Wasn’t,” she had released on May 8, 2020.

According to Spotify revelation made on December 1, Kehlani Ashley Parrish shared the list with Rihanna, Beyoncé, and Alicia Keys; also, her song, ‘All Me (feat. Keyshia Cole)‘ was marked as one of the most-streamed R&B songs on the audio streaming.

To express her feelings regarding her achievement, ‘SweetSexySavage‘ hitmaker took to her verified Instagram account on December 4. She posted a screenshot of related news, and wrote:

“I have a lot of fans wondering where certain accolades or acknowledgments are for me but I need y’all to know that YALL listening to and loving the music is what matters to me the most. Numbers don’t lie! Y’all see me working hard!

Then Kehlani told of the preparation phase for the album, which was released beginning of quarantine, “with all the odds against it.” The artist admitted that the entire record session was carried out in her garage; what’s more, she created a production company with Brianne Alysse and they edited the videos in the garage while shooting the cover photo for the album in the backyard of her house, with her “toddler there every step of the way.”

Stating she received that success against all these limited opportunities, the R&B star continued:

“We had a #2 overall album and #1 RnB album. I love you all so much. Honored to be in company with women I grew up admiring forever and still now. Just happy to be here. 🤍”

Following the post, fans flooded the comments section and they wrote that Kehlani deserves a Grammy because she totally dominated 2020.

Here is the mentioned post.

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