Just last week, Kiana Ledé’s dream collaboration finally became a reality. The singer unleashed her latest single “Ur Best Friend” featuring none other than Kehlani as the two fused their R&B talents together effortlessly in the new track about giving into temptation. Today (July 30), they link up once again to deliver the official music video, which enhances the song expertly by playing out the love triangle scenario for fans to see. On the song, Kiana starts it off by describing her current situation, but more importantly, the risk she’s willing to take to step out out of it to see the person she truly wants:
We ain’t felt like us in a minute, whole damn time I knew I shouldn’t have did it/ Might’ve got too excited, I’ll admit it almost called your name when he was in it/ It’s wrong, but you make me feel right, texting your phone while right beside him/
Wish it was anyone besides him, I was with my man last night/ And I just realized what I felt that night wasn’t wrong/ Thought about you in the whole car ride, like I hate that you ain’t your best friend/ I hate that you ain’t your best friend
So far in 2021, Kiana Ledé has given out some dope assists, including “Count Me In (Remix)” alongside THEY. and she also landed on the recent Femme It Forward’s Big Femme Energy Volume 1. on the song “Cut Em Off.” Last year, she shared her debut album KIKI before she would circle back within the next few months to follow up with a deluxe version. The new album added on seven additional tracks, boosting her total features roster to boast names like Ari Lennox, Ant Clemons, Jacquees, Lucky Daye, and more.
Be sure to press play on Kiana Ledé’s brand new music video for “Ur Best Friend” featuring Kehlani down below.
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