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Despite his last two albums being incredibly fine romantic pieces of soul; Robert still feels the need to hang on to some kind of 'gangsta' reference which really is a well trodden, tired formulae in 2013. Gone are the great vocals and traditional romantic melodies and we have a return to excessive profanities and a sexist agenda which is quite frankly embarrassing. All this is served up in a formulaic produced voice distorted package which is quite frankly well short of Mr.Kelly at his soulful best.
The melodies on offer here are generally fairly pleasing for most of the album but the lyrics really do make for slightly uncomfortable listening with a special mention for 'Marry the P*ssy' which is worthy of some kind of cringeworthy award.'You Deserve Better' sounds a bit contrived for someone with Mr. Kelly's track record and one can't help thinking if this track is a bit of self-reflection on Robert's part.
'All The way' is the ray of sunshine in a field of mediocrity with a guest appearance by K.Rowland. 'Crazy Sex' really does emphasise my point; do we don't really need music to spell out a porn style impression of what sex should be like especially to impressionable young teenage fans?
The next track mentions R. kelly thanking God for saving his voice via surgery.When he says 'Shu Up' I suggest that he is referring to himself ! R.Kelly has made some great music in his career but this piece of self indulgent, glossy packaged, modern R n B is sadly at times quite really hard to swallow as a piece of serious music.
The thing for me is that this man is a superb songwriter and has made some legendary lyrical & meaningful songs, with a huge catalog of hit.
This overall package fell short of what I expect from an R. Kelly album. He has got way to much experience in the game to fall so short and make music that does not fit him at this stage of his career.
The sexual nature is fine but its the beats and delivery of R. Kelly that was disappointing.
Some club banger's and great songs like Genius & All The Way (feat. Kelly Rowland)
His best album is TP2.com and You saved me. Great tracks includes, You remind me of something, religious love, I decided, sweet tooth, I believe I can fly, you saved me, the storm is over, ignition etc.
This album Black panties with ladies like human duvet covering RK suggests the tailor could not deliver the cloths before the foto shoot. I would expect RKelly to deliver music which shows integrity with the exposure he has had over the years. The instruments in this album sounds very commercial and lacks depth. I believe I can fly, this is not a fly album.
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This CD is too sexual for me had to give it away. Not happy with itPublished 6 months ago by donna m davis
Wayyyy to Hip Hop with a desperation to be young and to be a rapper so it seems judging by the songs. Not happy with it as an R. Read morePublished 9 months ago by Rosemary