Kehlani Opens Up About Her Debut Album ‘SSS’

Kehlani is spilling the details on SSS.

The Bay Area songstress opened up about her upcoming debut album during an interview with hometown station 106 KMEL, where she revealed that the project isn’t done just yet.

“I’m still making stuff everyday,” she explained. “I feel like I go through major things like every two seconds so I’m processing things and writing about them…Just trying to make sure I get out the things I have to say. So I’m still just working and fixing it, perfecting it.”

According to Lani Tsunami, the project will feature her most well-rounded work to date.

“On my first mixtape [Cloud 19], I was really focused on how it sounded sonically,” she said. “I wasn’t trying to just write, write, write… On the second one [You Should Be Here], I was trying to write, write, write… and I wasn’t focused too much on how it sounded. I wasn’t focused on making sure it sounded full…This one, I really took my time like, ‘Every song, I not only have to write really intensely, but I have to make sure that I push myself to get the sonics correctly.”

So far, fans have gotten a taste of things to come with Suicide Squad’s “Gangsta” and the video for “CRZY,” which dropped last week.

Currently, SSS has no release date and its full name remains a mystery. “I don’t want it to get played out,” she said of the secrecy. “I’m gonna definitely give the title closer to when I actually drop it.”

Watch Lani’s full interview — where she touches on everything from the presidential election to her love for Lauryn Hill — below.