A Kelly observation comparing embattled pop star Chris Brown to such iconic figures as Martin Luther King and Jesus Christ himself has some wondering if the eccentric superstar has gone too far.
Last night (Dec. 5), hours after news of Nelson Mandela’s passing broke, R. Kelly took the stage on The Arsenio Hall Show to pay tribute to the Father of South Africa.
Kelly set the stage by reproducing the lascivious ‘Black Panties’ cover art in real-time with a model on his lap that he stroked with a violin bow.
Still wondering what became of Sylvester, Pimp Lucius and Reverend Mosely? Well, R. Kelly is prepared to give you some answers when Trapped in the Closet returns.
The ‘Black Panties’ Deluxe Bundle comes packaged with the “exclusive R. Kelly Black Panty,” because “there’s no reason you shouldn’t have your own pair to drop as well.”
Lady Gaga’s performance on Saturday Night Live over the weekend may have been awkward to watch, but that didn’t stop millions from watching.
Another Monday, another new song from Justin Bieber. But unlike the other six songs he’s released as part of his Music Monday series, this one features a very special guest: R. Kelly.
On this new version of “Gorilla,” Pharrell sings about naughty yoga poses, while R. Kelly goes bananas.
Lady Gaga’s slinky synthesizer jam “Do What U Want” wasn’t supposed to be an official single from her yet-to-be-released “ARTPOP” album.
The song was formerly introduced on a Best Buy commercial for Beats by Dre headphones last week, but now we’ve got the whole thing.