All of Me
by Kehlani (featuring Keyshia Cole)

Album: Single release only (2019)
  • "All of Me" is a love song in which Kehlani and Keyshia Cole sing of their devotion to their respective beaus. Kehlani celebrates in her verse her lover's faithfulness; she trusts him, implicitly knowing he's never going to cheat.

    Never had a moment
    Where I ever questioned ya


    Cole, meanwhile, is captivated by her lover's affection.

    Embraced all my flaws even
    When you didn't have to


    Kehlani warns any female competitors during the chorus that they have no hope of breaking up her union with her man.

    When you see him, know that's all me
  • Kehlani and her camp had not planned to release the track until fans started clamoring for it to be made available. After #DropTheSongKehlani trended on Twitter, "All of Me" was released on December 22, 2019. "I've never had a song hype like this before it dropped," the singer tweeted. "I've never had this much energy for a musical release!"
  • Kehlani and Keyshia Cole wrote the song between them. It is the first ever collaboration between the pair.

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