Kehlani drops “Can I” music video & drops Tory Lanez from song
Quarantine will not stop this artist from creating visual after visual.
Kehlani released the music video for “Can I” from her sophomore album, “It Was Good Until It Wasn’t”.
Produced by her company, Honey Shot Production, and directed by Sebastian Sdaigui and Hyphy Williams (Kehlani), “Can I” starts off with different clips of the singer using a site like Only Fans watching Black cam girls, Lily Isabella, Tori Duncan, Aaliyah Ei, Zamara Fullilove, Draya Logan.
Kehlani, who is always vocal on her stances, tweets that “Can I” is an “ode to sex work, honoring sex workers [and] uplifting the movement”.
— da’shaun (@DaShaunLH) July 30, 2020
In the quote Harrison writes that “sex work is a political term that covers and embraces: street-level prostitution, erotic dancing, camera work, adult film, agency escorting, sensual massages, dominatrix work and all other occupations through which one sells their sexual(-ized) services to clients.”
The quotes continues in saying that sex work is a “legitimate form of labor that must be decriminalized so as to function as a safe form of work for all sex workers. It is often the lives and livelihoods of those who do street-level work that is impacted by criminalizing policies and cultural stigmatization.”
“Can I” features rapper/singer Tory Lanez. On her Twitter, Kehlani indicates that Lanez’s verse will be removed from the deluxe version that will be released soon.
full transparency cuz i believe in that with my following,
his verse is still on the song, the video is solo. new verse on the deluxe.
— Kehlani (@Kehlani) July 30, 2020
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