Kalan.FrFr wants to “Never Lose You” in new visual
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Kalan.FrFr wants to “Never Lose You” in new visual
The track appears on his ‘TwoFr 2 Extended’ project.

Los Angeles’ very own Kalan.FrFr has just dropped off his latest music video from TwoFr 2 Extended. The freshly released “Never Lose You” follows other visuals like “PRAY” and “LOOK AT ME.” The new child.-directed video serves as a powerful reminder of the difficulties of love and the importance of persevering it through his lyrics:

Sometimes I be in a mood, smoke to calm my nerves, I know sometimes I get at you/ Like you don’t wanna blame me and you gon’ get into it (Yeah)/ And you said you gon’ leave my stubborn ass, told you yo do it

Actin’ like I never put you through it, actin’ like when I tell you bring that cash you ain’t gon do it/ You keep it a thousand like the tags on all of my shoes, actin’ like I ain’t gon’ be shit if I lose you/ You hold a n***a down ‘cause you choose to

The aforementioned TwoFr 2 Extended is the deluxe version of TwoFr 2, which includes brand new guest features from Lil Durk, Maeta, BluebucksClan and 1TakeJay. The original project, TwoFr 2, featured appearances from Stunna 4 Vegas and Mozzy. Kalan also recently announced his first tour since 2019, the “TwoFr Tour,” which embarks this fall. The 10-date Western U.S. tour will kick off this November with stops in major cities like Portland, Seattle and Phoenix, and end in his hometown Los Angeles.

Kalan has yet another stellar reason to celebrate, as he and his label First Class Entertainment have just recently signed a partnership with Roc Nation. Under the deal, Kalan will released his aforementioned debut album TwoFr 2, which is a sequel to the 2018 mixtape TwoFr, which featured such tracks as “Fine Ass” and “Naked.” Kalan recently hit No. 10 on Billboard’s Top L.A. Emerging R&B/Hip-Hop L.A. Artists 2021 chart. Last year, YG hopped on a remix of his track “Right Wit It.”

Be sure to press play on Kalan.FrFr’s brand new music video for “Never Lose You” down below.