Leven Kali is currently winning 2022. The singer-songwriter caught our ears this year with his solo singles "EEK," "EVERYTHING I WANT" and "LET IT RAIN." He also worked on a little album you might have heard of called RENAISSANCE — on which he co-produced and co-wrote four songs. With Leven on a roll like that, he's moving the focus back to himself with a video for "LET IT RAIN" and the announcement of his upcoming LET IT RAIN EP.
We've been jamming to the house-inspired "LET IT RAIN" ever since its arrival in April, so we're very excited to finally have a visual. Thankfully, Leven doesn't disappoint. The stylized clip starts with the artist in silhouette behind a rain-covered window with a glowing red light behind him. That silhouetted version of him is what we get for the majority of the clip's runtime. But don't worry, though, as he does grace us with his handsome visage at different moments throughout the clip.
Leven isn't the only one with screen time, either. He invites dancer Chase Alexis to play his leading lady. We see her giving eyes to the camera at multiple points, and she, too, gets into the silhouette game as the camera follows her fancy footwork and sexy moves.
With three singles already out in the wild, we can only imagine what Leven Kali has in store for us when his LET IT RAIN EP is delivered to the masses on October 28th. We most certainly hope that it comes with more videos of this quality. See what we mean when you press play below. After that, stick around to see when you can catch Leven in a city near you during his LET IT RAIN Tour, which kicks off on the same date as his EP release.
Leven Kali LET IT RAIN Tour dates:
Oct. 28 West Hollywood, The Roxy Theatre
Oct. 31 San Francisco, Brick & Mortar Music Hall
Nov. 02 Portland, Holocene
Nov. 03 Seattle, Barboza
Nov. 06 Toronto, Adelaide Hall
Nov. 08 Brooklyn, Baby’s All Right
Nov. 09 Carrboro, Cat’s Cradle – Back Room
Nov. 12 Nashville, The Basement
Nov. 13 Atlanta, Aisle 5
Nov. 15 Washington, D.C., Union Stage
Nov. 17 Chicago, Subterranean
Nov. 19 Boston, Red Room at Cafe 939