Ten Reasons R. Kelly Is Still the King of R&B -- Performance at Miami's James L. Knight Center on October 21

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Every few months, R. Kelly slithers out of his sex-weed dungeon to manically and maniacally spatter the product of his prolific undertakings into the ears of the world. His recent time away from the spotlight was even more productive than usual. The infamous R&B megastar dropped a tell-all autobiography, Soulacoaster; a new album, Write Me Back; and just announced a two-month-long U.S. tour, the amusingly titled "Single Ladies Tour."

Miami is his fourth stop on this trek of dirty songs about sex, and we certainly don't want to miss a single filthy word. Get prepped for the October 21 show at James L. Knight Center with ten reasons R. is still the king of R&B.

10. R. Kelly Can Still Sing
The New York Times set out to review the new Trey Songz album, but half the piece was about how awesome our boy Kells is. The Grey Lady described the man who penned the lyrics to "Ignition (Remix)" as "a channeler of outrageously deep sentiment" and "in easy command of his gift."

9. R. Kelly Doesn't Hang Out With Tyler the Creator
Look, we love that Frank Ocean record like the good content-leech bloggers that we are. But what's he doing hanging with those Odd Future roughnecks?

8. R. Kelly Still Chills With Jay-Z
Hova is exactly the kind of positive association you want to keep if you're trying to be successful as a lurid R&B vocalist. However, Count Grind can't help but wonder how hip-hop's royal hierarchy sorts itself these days. Matters only get more complicated when you figure in that Jay-Z is sharing his throne with Kanye West.

7. R. Kelly Wrote an Autobiography Even Though He Is Illiterate
Much like the majority of the writers constituting the blogosphere (present company included), His Majesty can barely spell his own fucking name. But at least he's honest about it. 

Location Info


James L. Knight Center

400 SE Second Ave., Miami, FL

Category: Music

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