R. Kelly has opened the door for fans of Trapped In The Closet. The operatic R&B saga will continue.
Uncle Sam is not finished with R. Kelly just yet. Along with his previous bill, the R&B singer is now on the hook for more than $1 million in back taxes for the year 2011.
The long simmering beef between R. Kelly and Trey Songz has been put to bed.
When Sparkle was a promising new singer, she testified against R. Kelly in the infamous sex-tape trial. Ten years later, as Kelly promotes his latest book, “Soula Coasta,” Sparkle attempts to rebuild her career and her life.
R. Kelly is ready to deliver the goods. After claiming last December that he would be adding 32 more chapters to his best-selling operatic R&B saga “Trapped In The Closest,” the soul superstar recently revealed that he is ready for his return to the lighthearted musical.
Jamaica’s 20th annual Reggae Sumfest received an injection of R&B starpower when Trey Songz and R. Kelly shared the stage with the reggae notables like Damian Marley, Shabba Ranks, Lady Saw and Tesanna Chin.
While he was on his way to promote his new album and book, R. Kelly became ill and returned to a Chicago hospital for medical treatment.
R. Kelly has had a big week of new music and soul-baring as well as soul-baring new music. He recently delivered an excerpt of his memoir, in which he details a tearful meeting with Michael Jackson. And he sat for an interview to explain why his new album is for happy people with pure thoughts.
R&B big timer R. Kelly is the latest celebrity to get a call from Uncle Sam over unpaid taxes. The “I Believe I Can Fly” singer joins YMCMB general Lil Wayne and Grammy-winning vocalist Lauryn […]
Sometimes all you need is a taste, a few bars of music, a few lines of lyrics. With that in mind, R. Kelly and Usher have released previews for their upcoming albums Write Me Back and Looking 4 Myself, respectively.