Kehlani Released A Racy ‘Toxic (Quarantine Style)’ Video And Her Fans Are Losing It

As the coronavirus spreads and people heed the warnings of public health officials and stay inside, many are finding creative ways to keep themselves entertained. Artists like Charli XCX and James Blake have provided livestreams to provide a musical outlet to fans. Kehlani, however, found a unique way to stay creative. Using her own camera, Kehlani created a “Quarantine Style” video to accompany her track “Toxic.”

Filmed, directed, and edited by the singer herself, the video depicts a pixelated Kehlani showcasing her moves alone in her room. The singer strips down and dances for the camera amid ample mood lighting. Kehlani sings along with the slow-burning track and she sways. “I get real accountable when I’m alone / I get real about it all when I’m alone / It’s so crazy missin’ you when I get on,” she sings.

Upon the video’s debut, Kehlani shared the clip and thanked “red wine” for allowing her to edit the entire video in an hour.

As soon as the video released, fans immediately took to Twitter to share their uninhibited reactions. One fan said he didn’t feel comfortable watching the video with his girlfriend, but the singer responded that they should instead “bond over the booty.”

Watch Kehlani’s “Toxic” video above.

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