The past few months have been complete insanity for Tsunami Mob artist Kehlani. With a fan base constantly growing due to her new sound and (former) relationship with Cavs point guard, Kyrie Irving, Kehlani’s life was put in the limelight and under a microscope on social media. The negativity which she received from the public stemmed upon controversy¬†from a single IG post from Sauga creative, PartyNextDoor (who she formerly dated). An image of the old couple posted in bed started rumours that Kehlani was a cheater with less than favourable forms of expression from fans online, what would ensue from the Oakland native was a suicide attempt and a moment of publicly denouncing her place in the media.

Since the event, Nami took time away from the public, deleting all of her posts and announcing that she would only return when the effort needed to be made was necessary. Slowly but surely Kehlani has become interactive with her fans again, posting photos and touring at shows and festivals across North America. For the first time in months we’ve finally received something new and positive from the mob songstress. “24-7” comes as her latest single addressing the pain and anxiety of living with depression, especially in the limelight. This 3 minute track is a confessional of Kehlani’s strife on a day to day basis, letting the world know that no one is perfect and that she too struggles with her mental health just like regular people.

Though the message may not resonate with some, the message is very real for many. Toronto Producer DZL, constructs a waved up R&B production that suits the energy of Kehlani’s sound. The creative has not only worked with Kehlani but other major names such as Roy Woods (How I Feel), French Montana (Angel feat Fetty Wap), Future (Perky’s Callin), and more. The lowkey producer has been in the game for some time and continues to deliver bringing versatility to the game. Check out his production on Kehlani’s 24-7 down below.