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YG & Kehlani Drop New Song “Konclusions” Addressing Relationship Rumors

YG & Kehlani Drop New Song “Konclusions” Addressing Relationship Rumors

YG Kehlani
NEW YORK, NEW YORK -(Photo by Sean Zanni/Patrick McMullan via Getty Images)
YG Kehlani
(Photo by Sean Zanni/Patrick McMullan via Getty Images)

The track comes five months after the artists confirmed they were together.

YG and Kehlani have dropped a new single “Konclusions” as a Valentine’s Day gift for their fans. 

 Their collaborative song pokes a bit at the fact that they may still be heavily involved. “Konclusions” features YG rapping about what he enjoys about Kehlani. On the chorus, the songstress alludes to being his “ride or die” no matter what. 

The rapper and singer have recently kept quiet about a looming relationship for the past few months. Back in 2019, nearly five months ago they confirmed they were together. But by the end of the year, things seemed to be over between the couple, mainly due to rumors that YG cheated.

In December, Kehlani took to Twitter to share that she was single and focused. The tweet has since been deleted. Most recently, in February YG posted a wrist tattoo that was dedicated to the singer. She then posted the tattoo in an Instagram story pointing to the fact that they were moving forward together. 

On Thursday, Kehlani shared a video for her latest singles which were both love-centric “All Me/Change Your Life.” She recently was announced as a part of Justin Bieber’s Changes tour set to include Jaden Smith. The tour begins on May 14 will hit major cities like Seattle, Chicago, Nashville, Miami, Pittsburgh, Detroit and Toronto. 

Last month, YG was a part of the 2020 Grammy performance dedicated to the late rapper Nipsey Hussle alongside Meek Mill, John Legend and DJ Khaled.

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Listen to “Konclusions” below.

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