Thursday, November 21, 2013

Proof That R. Kelly Can Turn Everyday Phrases into R&B Masterpieces

Posted By on Thu, Nov 21, 2013 at 10:00 AM

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R. Kelly is the master at creating music about sex. The King of R&B can take any topic and turn it into a song you will play when you make love to that special someone. RollingStone interviewed R. Kelly and gave him a few random phrases to make R&B hits on the spot.

Why? Because he can.

"I know how to put it into a melody and make it comical, but sexual at the same time," the R&B star explains in the next issue of Rolling Stone. "With my gift, I can pretty much write a song out of anything."

R. Kelly's latest album, Black Panties, drops on December 10th.

(via RollingStone)

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