Kehlani Falls in Love in Romantic ‘Melt’ Music Video

A love like this sounds like perfection. On Wednesday, Kehlani released the sweet and romantic music video for “Melt,” which was recently released by her Blue Waterway album, thereby confirming her relationship with 070 Shake, who many have rumored is the singer’s partner.

“A true story,” Kehalni captioned a clip of the music video on Instagram. “@070shake iLoveyou 🫀.”

The video – directed by the two musicians – begins with Kehlani showing up at a nearly empty restaurant where her love interest is playing chess. The visual, which was filmed in São Paulo, Brazil, then switches to clips of the couple together as the two women share intimate moments together, laughing while hiding between hanging sheets and laundry.

“I wish I could build myself a cute apartment/a bedroom right where your heart is/inch of space feels broken,” Kehlani sings in the pre-chorus. “The bed makes it feel way too big and/I wonder if you only see one, do you see the two of us?”

The retro movie video then features clips of the Bay Area singer and Latina rapper sharing cute moments in a park and posing for the camera for cute photos.

“Melt” comes about a month after Kehlani released her third album, Blue Waterway. She previously released the singles “Little Story”, “Altar”, “Up at Night” and “Everything”.

070 Shake is known for and featured on songs like “Guilty Conscience” and “Honey.” The Lion King Soundtrack with Jessie Reyes on “Scar”.

Kehlani announced that she will be on tour starting July 30th in support of her latest album.

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Sarah Ridley

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