Published on September 7th, 2012 | by Daniel0
R Kelly has promised to sing ‘Explicit Music’ Once More on his New Album ‘Black Panties’
There he goes again…R.K is going to sing naughty things.
Almost always bordering on the sleazy, R Kelly had toned down his lyrics considerably. Nevertheless we hear that he is going back to singing explicit music on his forthcoming album titled ‘Black Panties’. The singer promises that his next album will return to the same style the LP titled ’12 Play’ which achieved notoriety in 1993. Earlier this summer he released a new album titled ‘Write me Back’. It was his 11th LP effort and a follow-up to ‘Love Letter’ which was released in 2010.
In recent times he had moved away from overtly sexual material. There were no references to such gems as ‘Freaky in the Club’ and ‘Pregnant’ where he famously let it all hang out. His new album which is going to be released in 2013 will go back to that style. Perhaps the fans have been complaining that he has become tame by his standards.
The singer that wants to challenge our tastes
The Associated Press asked him about his dabbling into explicit music; he as good as confessed that he was not ruling out that possibility. R Kelly is not going anywhere and he is certainly not going to change his singing style in response to the sensibilities of his diverse fans. He argues that his unique talents allow him to do all sorts of music but that his core style can never be completely lost. The last time that he really went for the explicit mode was in 1993 with numbers such as ‘Freak Dat Body’, ‘I like that Crotch on You’ and ‘Sex Me’. He says that he has given over 20 years of his life to music and that many of his fans like to make babies off his tracks.
Another project that is attracting attention is ‘Trapped in the Closet. This is a ‘hip-hopera’ that was critically acclaimed. He has written 32 chapters for it and was looking for investors to fund the project. Earlier this summer things did not go too smoothly when R Kelly had to cancel his ‘Love Letter Cruise’ following a row with the organizer over fees.