Kehlani has quickly become a household name over the past couple of years. From singing on the streets of Oakland to releasing a debut album that earned her the number one spot on the Billboard R&B Albums Chart, Kehlani has made her way to the top in a truly organic way. The openly queer singer has accumulated a die-hard fan base which was certainly exemplified by the mass of fans who showed up to Yonge-Dundas Square to see her do what she does best. Kehlani graced the stage with finesse as she effortlessly broke out into choreo, backed up by several gender-fluid dancers. By no means did Kehlani fall short of showing off her vocal prowess; she serenaded the crowd with those distinctively pure vocals on songs like “Honey” and “Down For You”.
At the end of Kehlani’s action-packed hour-long set, she ended the show in typical “CRZY” fashion – spraying the crowd wet with water guns just as the clouds rained down.
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