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Kelela Dances Through Futuristic Corridor Nightclubs in 'LMK' Video


The singer's debut album Take Me Apart drops on October 6th. 

If you spent all weekend grinding to Kelela's new banger "LMK," we'd like to kindly ask you to stop for a second and watch the accompanying video. Not only because the foundation of your building may need a break, but also because the visuals may inspire a new set of dance moves and a trip to the nearest wig warehouse.

Related | Kelela Debuts Take Me Apart Album Art & Lead Single

Set in a future where nightclubs exist only in narrow corridors, the singer bobs and weaves through an impressive number of hairstyles as she calls out to some potential trade. "It ain't that deep by the way," she sings. "No one's tryna settle down/ All you gotta do is let me know." Seriously, just let her know.

As the singer explained to The Fader, "The song is directed at a man who's being weird instead of being honest. Does casual have to be careless? Is wifey the only woman who deserves your respect, and why do you think I want more when I demand it? These are my questions."

We've been there, girl. If we had a nickel for every fuckboy that we wanted to fool around with that sent us mixed messaged and strung us along for two weeks, we'd be able to afford to preorder the singer's debut album, Take Me Apart, before it drops on October 6th.

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