is the third solo album by American singer R. Kelly, released as a double album on November 10, 1998 by Jive Records. It marked the first time Kelly worked with other producers as opposed to producing the entire album himself, as well as his first to feature guest artists. Its cover artwork uses the same image of Kelly from his 1993 debut 12 Play, only in silhouette form.
1-6 Mixed at Chicago Recording Company, Chicago, IL From the album R. Kelly ℗ 1995 Zomba Recording Corporation. 1-7 Recorded, mixed at Battery Studios, Chicago, IL From the album R. ℗ 1998 Zomba Recording Corporation. 1-8 Recorded at The Chocolate Factory, Chicago, IL Mixed and co-mixed at MixStar Studios, Virginia Beach, VA ℗ 2003 Zomba Recording Corporation. 2-1 Recorded, mixed at Chicago Recording Company, Chicago, IL Contains portions of the composition "Ooh Child", written by S. Vincent, courtesy of EMI Unart Catalog Music Inc. (BMI) and "Flex", written by E. Brown, C. Dillon, B. Thompson and S. Dunbar, courtesy of Zomba Enterprises In. Aunt Hilda's Music (adm. by Zomba Enterprises In. /PolyGram s, International (ASCAP).
Kelly is the eponymous second studio album by R&B singer R. Kelly. It was released on November 14, 1995. The album was somewhat of a departure from his previous album's sexual innuendos, featuring slightly more introspective lyrics
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Kelly, ‘Ignition (Remix)’. Writer: Kelly Producer: Kelly Released: Oct. '02, Jive 42 weeks; No. 2. R. Kelly's automotive metaphors for booty-knockin' in "Ignition" are subtler than they might've been; the lyrics were toned down at the request of a Chicago radio station. Stax singer Ingram, frustrated with the state of the world, told house songwriter Rice that "black folk need to learn to respect themselves. The song was written in the back of a van as the band drove home to . after a gig in San Francisco, with all the members tossing in lines. In a typically tasteful G n' R move, the video has footage of the band's 1988 gig at Castle Donington in the . where two fans were crushed to death. Appears on: Appetite for Destruction (Geffen).
The band wasn't messing around in its lyrics or on the charts. Although the song peaked at No. 28 on the Hot 100, it was a No. 2 smash for the group on Billboard's R&B songs chart. 47. "You Rock My World" Michael Jackson. Hot 100 Peak Position: 10 Peak Date: September 22, 2001 Weeks On Chart: 20. The lead single from Jackson's 2001 studio album Invincible peaked at No. 10 on the Hot 100. Co-produced by Jackson and Rodney Jerkins, the song was ushered in by an unsurprisingly lavish music video directed by Paul Hunter. Written and co-produced by R. Kelly, "You Are Not Alone" made history as the first song to enter the Hot 100 at No. 1, bowing atop the chart dated Sept. The ballad became Jackson's last No. 1 to date and the 13th of his solo career, a sum that stands as the most by a male artist in the chart's history.
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