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Two of music's women of the moment unite for sultry R&B jam.
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There's a stunning video and new European tour dates, too.
Kelela's voice becomes a beacon in a world of chaos for the Berlin-based producer.
The LA DJ blends Kelela’s “Enemy” with Jay-Z and Rick Ross’s “Fuckwithmeyouknowigotit.”
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Kelela lends her talents to a new video from Bok Bok.
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Kelela releases a seductive new freebie and announces headlining tour dates.
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