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1992–96: Born Into the 90's, 12 Play and R. Kelly

R. Kelly wie flirt ich mit einem mann got his meine stadt stralsund partnersuche breakthrough in 1989 when he, along with Marc McWilliams, Vincent Walker and Shawn Brooks, participated on the talent TV show Big Break, hosted by. Kelly went on to win the $100,000 grand prize. wie flirt ich mit einem mann Subsequently, Kelly's debut album was released in early 1992 (credited as R. Kelly and ). Released during the period of the early nineties, the album yielded the R&B hits "She's Got That Vibe", "", "Dedicated", and "Slow Dance (Hey Mr. DJ)", all of which were led by Kelly. During late 1992, Kelly and Public Announcement embarked on a tour called "60653", whose title was the of Kelly's neighborhood. This would be the only album co-credited with Public Announcement. Kelly separated from the group in January 1993.

I single wohnung wien 1220 didn't really know if the album would be as successful as it has been, but I hoped that it would. I was really taking a chance with the concept of this album.

— Kelly on , 1994.

Kelly's first solo album, , was released on November 9, 1993 and yielded the singer's first number-one hit, "", which spent a record-breaking 12 weeks at number one on the Billboard chart. Subsequent hit singles: "" (U.S. Hot 100: #13, U.S. R&B: #2) and "Sex Me" (U.S. Hot 100: #20, U.S. R&B: #8). Both singles sold 500,000 copies in the United States and were certified Gold by the RIAA. In 1994, 12 Play was certified Gold by the (RIAA), eventually going six times platinum.

Following the success of , Kelly became a demand as a writer and producer. May 24, 1994, Kelly's protégé released her debut album titled which was entirely written and produced by R. Kelly. The album peaked at number 18 on the Billboard 200 and sold over three million copies in the United States. spawned two hit singles: "" (U.S. Hot 100: #5, U.S. R&B: #1); blocked Kelly's " from the top spot and "" (U.S. Hot 100: #6, U.S. R&B: #2). Kelly also wrote and produced the female R&B duo first two hit singles, "" (U.S. Hot 100: #3, U.S. R&B: #2) and "" (U.S. R&B: #9). During this time, Kelly also became widely known for his remixes. He remixed his own songs,, and "Homie Lover Friend", a remix featured on the along with Aaliyah's song, "" which was written and produced by Kelly, as well. Kelly remixed songs for other artists including,, and. He produced the remix for 's 1994 hit "" which was featured on Jackson's remix album, .

In 1995, Kelly garnered his first-ever Grammy nominations; two nominations for writing, producing and composing Michael Jackson's last number one hit "". On November 14, 1995, Kelly's success continued with the release of his. Critics praised Kelly for his departure from salacious bedroom songs to embracing vulnerability. 's Stephen Holden described Kelly as "The reigning king of pop-soul sex talks a lot tougher than Barry White, the father of such fluffed-up pillow talk and along with Marvin Gaye and Donny Hathaway, a major influence on Kelly."wo am besten frau kennenlernen class="reference"> In December 1995, Professor critiqued Kelly's self-titled album for . Dyson described Kelly's growth from the album: "Kelly reshapes his personal turmoil to artistic benefit" and noted that Kelly is "reborn before our very own ears."

The album reached number one on the Billboard 200 chart, becoming Kelly's first number one album on the chart, and reached number one on the R&B album charts; his second. spawned three platinum hit singles: "" (U.S. Hot 100: #4, U.S. R&B: #1), "I Can't Sleep (Baby If I)" (U.S. Hot 100: #5, U.S. R&B: #1), and "" (U.S. Hot 100: #4, U.S. R&B: #1); a duet with. Kelly's self-titled album sold four million copies, thus receiving 4× platinum certification from the RIAA. Kelly promoted the album with a 50-city "Down Low Top Secret Tour" with,, and Solo.

On November 26, 1996, Kelly released "", an inspirational song originally released on the soundtrack for the film . "I Believe I Can Fly" reached No. 2 on the Billboard Hot 100, and No. 1 on the UK charts for three weeks and won three.

1997–2001: R. and TP-2.COM

In 1997, Kelly signed a contract to play professional with the Atlantic City Seagulls of the. Kelly wore the number 12 in honor of his album . Kelly said "I love basketball enough to not totally let go of my music, but just put it to the side for a minute, and fulfill some dreams of mine that I've had for a long time." Kelly's USBL contract contained a clause that would allow him to fulfill a music obligation when necessary. "If Whitney Houston needs a song written", Gross said, "he would be able to leave the team to do that and come back". "It wasn't a gimmick," said Ken Gross, the Seagulls owner who signed Kelly. "He's a ballplayer. He can play." Kelly is the first music artist to play professional basketball.

In 1998, Kelly wrote and produced the debut album of his protégé, which was released under his and distributed through. In 2000, went Platinum due to the success of the first single,"Be Careful", a duet featuring R. Kelly. Since the success of 's "", Kelly gained notoriety for penning songs to popular soundtracks such as ("Gotham City") and ("Fortunate").

On November 17, 1998, Kelly released his fourth studio album and first double album . Musically, the album spans different genres from pop (), street rap ( and ) to ("Suicide"). Dave Hoekstra of the described the album as "easily the most ambitious project of his career." is the first album that Kelly allowed other record producers to contribute on his album, as opposed to producing the entire album himself, and his first time collaborating with various artists on his album. The album remains Kelly's biggest selling album to date having sold 8 million copies in the United States and 4 million copies internationally.

reached number one on the R&B albums chart, becoming Kelly's third number one album to do so, and entered at number two on the Billboard 200 chart. It spawned Kelly's second number one hit on the, "I'm Your Angel", a duet with and notable classics such as "" (Hot R&B/Hip-Hop: #5) and "If I Could Turn Back The Hands of Time" (Hot 100: #12, UK: #2). The album also contains Kelly's international hit, "", which had been released two years prior on the soundtrack.

In 1999, Kelly wrote and produced, along with contribution from, the majority of the soundtrack to the and film .

As the year 2000 commenced, Kelly racked up a slew of new awards reflecting his status as an established R&B superstar. In January 2000, Kelly had won Favorite Male Soul/R&B Artist at the and, in February, was nominated for several, including Best Male R&B Vocal Performance ("When a Woman's Fed Up"), Best R&B Album (), and Best Rap Performance by a Duo or Group ("") with.

On November 7, 2000, Kelly released his fifth studio album , an album harking back to his breakthrough album, . Unlike Kelly's previous effort, , all songs on TP-2.com was written, arranged, and produced entirely by Kelly. 's Jason Birchmeier rated TP-2.com with 4 stars and described Kelly's style: "Kelly knows how to take proven formulas and funnel them through his own stylistic aesthetic, which usually means slowing down the tempo, laying on lush choruses of strings and background vocals, taming down the lyrics for radio, and catering his pitch primarily to wistful women.

The album was Kelly's second album to peak at #1 on the Billboard 200 and the fourth to top the R&B/Hip-Hop Albums charts. yielded the hits "" (U.S. Hot 100: #14, U.S. R&B: #1), "" (U.S. R&B: #9), and the remix to "" (U.S. Hot 100: #6, U.S. R&B: #1), which featured.

In 2001, Kelly won the Outstanding Achievement Award at the and magazine ranked at number 94 on the magazine's Top 200 Albums of the Decade.

2002–03: The Best of Both Worlds and Chocolate Factory

"The World's Greatest", from the Ali soundtrack, was a hit, and Kelly performed at the opening ceremonies of the Winter Olympics. In 2001, Kelly began discussing the possibility of a joint album with after the positive reception of Jay-Z's "", which featured Kelly and the remix to "" which featured. In December 2001 at the, Kelly confirmed the album's existence and announced the title of the album, . During this time, Kelly began working on the follow-up to his fifth studio album , titled Loveland.

On January 24, 2002, at the press conference announcing completion, celebrities such as,,, and lined up to praise the album, with Jay-Z stating that he hoped the collaboration represents "more unity for black people on a whole." Black Electorate described the collaboration as "one of the greatest power moves in black music history."'s Shaheem Reid wrote: "And if Jay and Kelly can put their egos to the side long enough to wrap up and promote their album, then their labels — Def Jam and Jive, respectively — can surely figure out a way to join forces and make cheddar together. As determined by a coin toss, the album will be distributed on Roc-A-Fella/Def Jam in the U.S. and Canada, while single server queue simulation java code Jive will handle distribution internationally."

When the joint album leaked on February 22, 2002 it caused the label,, to push the album's release date up from the initial date, March 26, to March 19. Jay-Z expressed his frustration about the album leak to News: "It's the gift and the curse. It's an honor that everybody wants your music fast, but on the other hand, it's another thing when the music gets out before you [want it to]. Because that's your art. You feel attached to it. You feel a certain way and you want people to go out and support it. The time that you take, it's like a piece of your life. You take parts of your life and you put it on these records and then for it to just be traded and moved around [is frustrating].

The release date for was eventually moved back to the initial date March 26. The album sold 285,000 copies in its opening week and debuted at number two on the Billboard 200.

In May 2002, Kelly's initial sixth studio album, Loveland, leaked and was delayed to release in November. Instead Kelly re-recorded the entire album, titled it and featured several of the bootlegged tracks on the bonus Loveland disc.

In early 2003, Chocolate Factory became a runaway success for Kelly, selling over three million copies due to the success of singles such as "". "Snake" and "Step in the Name of Love" were also popular singles. "Snake", incidentally, became the basis of the known as Baghdad. Later that year Kelly followed that success by releasing his first greatest hits collection The R in R&B Collection Volume 1, the album as well as a DVD collection.

2004–05: Happy People/U Saved Me and TP.3 Reloaded

In 2004, Kelly released the ambitious two-disc set , with the first disc including feel-good, stepping-inspired tracks, while focusing on and material on the second disc. That same year, Kelly performed during the introduction of the world championship boxing fight between and. His performance, which included a line of dancers doing the "stepping" routine and a prerecorded instrumental track set to the sound of "Happy People" was met with a mixed reaction. In October 2004, Kelly reunited with Jay-Z to do a follow-up to their Best of Both Worlds album shortly after announcing a tour to coincide with the project after the duo performed at a year before. The duo's album was released and peaked at number one on the Billboard chart.

The Unfinished Business tour was plagued by a rivalry between the two stars and Kelly reportedly showing up late or not at all to gigs. The singer, according to Jay-Z, often complained that the touring lights were not directed towards him and often left during the middle of sets. Another night during the concert, Kelly stayed on his tour bus for two hours before finally coming out to perform an uninspired set. Jay-Z eventually removed R. Kelly halfway through the tour, after a member of Jay-Z's entourage attacked R. Kelly with or. On April 25, 2006, it was confirmed that Jay-Z's younger cousin, Tyran (Ty-Ty) Smith confessed in a Manhattan Criminal Court to pepper-spraying R. Kelly and four of his bodyguards at Madison Square Garden in October 2004. Smith had been charged with assault, but was allowed to plead guilty to disorderly conduct for four days of community service. After the original incident, Jay-Z made Smith an executive of. Kelly also launched a $75 million lawsuit against Jay-Z for removing him from the tour, which received a countersuit by Jay-Z which was thrown out by the judge.

In 2005, Kelly released his seventh studio LP, TP.3 Reloaded. The album included chapters of "".

2006–08: Double Up

On 2006, Kelly started, It later became his first concert DVD.

On May 29, 2007, R Kelly released his eighth studio album Double Up, which included the hit single "", featuring and. The original track entitled "I'm a Flirt", also produced and co-written by R. Kelly, appeared as a hidden track on 's (2006). However, Kelly never gave the rights for the song to be released as a formal single, although it was played by many radio stations before the remix version. Kelly's first single from Double Up was "I'm a Flirt (Remix)", Bow Wow was not featured on this version of the song. In Kelly's video for "I'm a Flirt (Remix)", he encourages fans to call a number which flashes up quickly on the screen. Fans who called the number were greeted by a recording of Kelly talking about his upcoming album and playing snippets of new songs in the studio. "I'm a Flirt (Remix)" was successful for Kelly. The song peaked at number 12 on the Billboard Hot 100. It also reached number one on the Billboard Hot Rap Tracks. Another hit on the album, "", was a collaboration between Kelly and. The single peaked at number 20 on the Hot 100 and peaked at number four on the R&B chart. Other singles such as "Rock Star" featuring and, "Sex Planet" and "Freaky in the Club" were R&B charters, although the latter two were not officially released as singles, nor was the title track featuring.

Kelly's other single from Double Up titled "Rise Up" was a tribute to the victims of the. The song was officially released as a digital download May 15, 2007. Proceeds were donated to the Hokie Spirit Memorial Fund, a fund that helped family members of the victims of the shootings.

Kelly began his Double Up tour with, and opening for him. After two shows, promoter Leonard Rowe wo am besten frau kennenlernen had Ne-Yo wie flirt ich mit einem mann removed from the tour because of a contract dispute. However, Ne-Yo alleges that the reason for the dropout was because Ne-Yo believes he received a better response from critics and fans, even though he only performed at two shows. Ne-Yo filed a lawsuit against Rowe Entertainment. It was shown that Kelly was not mentioned in the lawsuit. In December 2007, Kelly was showing up to another preliminary court hearing on his case due to his tour bus being held up in Utah. The judge threatened to revoke Kelly's bond, but the judge eventually decided not to. In 2008, Kelly released a rap track titled "I'm a Beast" in which he coarsely attacked his detractors, though Kelly himself never mentioned by name whom the song was directed to.

In 2008, Billboard reported that Kelly had plans to release his newest album titled 12 Play: Fourth Quarter in the summer of that year but the album was postponed. Billboard also named Kelly among the most successful artists ever for its 50th Anniversary List. In the spring, the first promotional single "", peaked at No. 56 on Billboard's R&B chart. On July 28, the entire album leaked online. The album was then pushed back to be released in the fall. On September 18, Kelly released the video to the second promotional single "Skin". However, the album still has no official release date.

Though Kelly has not released an album, he has kept busy in the studio doing featured guest spots on numerous remixes including "" remix by, 's "" remix, a verse for a remix to 's single "", 's "" remix, ' "" remix, 's "" remix, among others. A recent track was leaked on the internet titled "I Believe". Kelly states on his official MySpace page that Obama's election inspired him to write the song, which contains an excerpt from 's presidential acceptance speech. This song was available on iTunes as a free download the first week it was released.

2009: Untitled and Africa

January 2009, after separating in fall of 2005, Kelly finalized divorce to ex-wife Andrea Kelly. The couple had been married for 11 years.

On June 3, 2009, Kelly released his first ever, presented by and as a way to reintroduce himself to fans.

While at the Velvet Room in in February 2009, Kelly announced that he was out there working on the album and that it would be called . The album was given a September 29, 2009 release date, but was delayed until October 13, 2009. The album release was again delayed and was released under on December 1, 2009. It got mixed to positive reviews from critics. The single "", which features, peaked at #8 on the US R&B Chart.

Kelly performed for the first time in Africa headlining the Arise African Fashion Awards in, South Africa on June 20, 2009. Kelly scheduled to perform in before heading to Nigeria as part of the annual ThisDay music and fashion festival in July. Kelly also performed in Kampala, Uganda in January 2010. He also scheduled to perform in London as part of his first international tour in eight years, but he did not make his London concert. "I'm very excited about my first visit to Africa, I've dreamed about this for a long time and it's finally here," Kelly said in a statement. "It will be one of the highlights of not only my career but my life. I can't wait to perform in front of my fans in Africa — who have been some of the best in the world."

In December 2009, Kelly teamed up with biographer and 's SmileyBooks publications to write his memoirs entitled Soulacoaster. SmileyBooks publisher and founder, stated that the memoir's main focus won't be on Kelly's trials and tribulations. Smiley was quoted saying "If anyone thinks this bookis going to fixate on [R. Kelly's trials], they are going to be sadly mistaken. It is going to be a holistic look at his life thus far and the life and legacy that he's building."

2010: Epic and Love Letter

Kelly performed the song "Sign of a Victory" at the on June 11, 2010.

On July 13, 2010, a song called "Tongues" surfaced, reportedly the lead single from Kelly's upcoming album Zodiac. The song is produced by and features.

In an interview in the September 2010 issue of magazine, Kelly mentioned that he is currently working on three new albums (, , and Zodiac) and detailed that the new material is basically him "remixing himself".

On September 13, 2010, Kelly released one of his three new albums, . A collection of Kelly's most "epic" ballads, including five brand-new inspirational songs; the compilation was only released in Europe. In the September 2010 issue of magazine, Kelly mentioned that the song gave him the idea to do an international album called .

In November 2010, Kelly collaborated with several African musicians forming a supergroup known as One8. The group features from Nigeria, from Tanzania, singer, 4X4 from Ghana, hip-hop artist Movaizhaleine from Gabon, Zambia's, Ugandan hip-hop star Navio and Kenya's, the only female in the group. The first release from the group is "Hands Across the World" written and produced by Kelly.

Kelly's tenth album was released on December 14, 2010 worldwide. The album includes 15 songs, the latter being a bonus track; a cover of Michael Jackson's , which was written and produced by Kelly as well. has been critically acclaimed by music critics and highly praised by critics and fans alike. ABC News declared "The genius of R. Kelly has been resurrected and is on full display on " The first single "When a Woman Loves" was nominated for a Grammy for Best Traditional R&B Vocal Performance at the 53rd Annual. ABC News music critic named "When a Woman Loves" the best single of 2010 saying: "An absolutely stunning love song with a pitch-perfect vocal performance that will send chills down your spine — for the right reasons." The next single, "Love Letter" and "A Love Letter Christmas", the Christmas remix to "Love Letter", were released as singles on November 22, 2010. In promotion of the album he performed at the 2010 and on . All songs on the album were written and produced by Kelly.

2011: Throat surgery

At the in, Kelly performed a medley of hits including "Happy People", "When a Woman's Fed Up" and "Bump N' Grind". Ann Powers of the wrote "Kelly is a single-bound kind of leaper who dips into everything from soft porn to opera in his music. His supreme chutzpah, a quality he shares with Streisand, allows him to feel secure within pop's traditions while taking them wherever he pleases. He made Davis' musical program, which at times got lost amid the chatter of the A-list crowd, come alive. It was all so simple then: an instant when one of pop's key traditional elements, that determination to wow, took on new dimension in the hands of an expert."

In March 2011, Kelly was named the #1 R&B artist of the last 25 years by Billboard. In his career Kelly has amassed 35 top 10 hits and 11 #1 hits on the R&B/Hip-Hop Songs chart.

On July 19, 2011, Kelly was rushed to the Northwestern Memorial Hospital in to undergo emergency throat surgery. He cancelled his heavily advertised performance at the Reggae Sumfest in Jamaica that was scheduled the following Friday. In a statement the organizers said, "Kelly's unforeseen and unavoidable health issues will prevent him from making a scheduled appearance on the music festival." Johnny Gourzong, Sumfest Productions executive director, also commented, saying, "We are truly going to miss his presence on the festival." On July 20, 2011, in a press release, representatives for R. Kelly explained that he was rushed to the hospital to drain an abscess on one of his tonsils and "will be laid up for an indefinite amount of time". Shortly after, Kelly tweeted fans "I WILL BE BACK!" he promised and "I'd like to thank everybody for their love, concern and support." On July 21, 2011, Kelly's spokesman, Allan Mayer, reported that Kelly was released from Northwestern Memorial Hospital in Chicago and is recuperating at home. It was not immediately clear when Kelly might be well enough to resume performing. On July 21, 2011, in a video message to fans, Kelly spoke out for the first time since throat surgery and reassured his fans that he's doing well. He said "Yo what's up, y'all, it's your boy Kellz, fresh out the hospital. Just want to say thanks to my fans for supporting me. I want to say thanks to all the prayer warriors out there for supporting me."

On September 23, 2011, confirmed that Kelly has signed on to write original music for the soundtrack. On April 25, 2011, Director Salkim Akli was quoted saying, "Hopefully, R. Kelly will come on and do some of the music for the film. His latest music sounds like it came from a time period. Here's a guy who can write about a woman being a jeep to 'I Believe I Can Fly' and he's an artist. Whether you like him or dislike him, I love artists, and I know that he will just go deep into it and come up with something unique."

On October 7, announced it was disbanding along with and. With the shutdown, Kelly (and all other artists previously signed to these three labels) will release his future material on the brand.

On November 10, 2011, Kelly tweeted to fans "It's been a long time coming but I finally feel a lot better about my throat since the surgery and this is the first song I wrote." followed with "Enjoy!" and a link to a song titled "". In the song, Kelly addresses the people who doubted his ability to come back after the surgery and the rumors that surrounded him while he was in recovery. Reviews for "Shut Up" were generally positive: wrote, "Kelly taking aim at the haters who said "he's washed up, he's lost it." He hasn't. Dude's voice is in prime smooth R&B form".Prefix (magazine) writer, Andrew Winistorfer described the song as "vintage Kelly: It's all runs in the verses, falsetto in the middle, and randomly wie flirt ich mit einem mann placed vitriol.

On December 21, 2011, Kelly made a live appearance on and gave his first performance since undergoing emergency throat surgery in the summer. He sang his classic hit "" with finalist and received positive reviews from critics. Kelly revealed to that he felt like he was "just starting out" and how the performance was a "wake up call" for him.

His memoir entitled Soulacoaster was released in the Summer of 2012.

2012: Write Me Back and Trapped in the Closet revival

On January 31, 2012, Kelly revealed in a radio interview that he's releasing a follow-up to the Love Letter album titled . The album is a mix of Kelly's previous albums; Love Letter, Happy People and a little bit of TP-2.Com. On February 1, 2012, Kelly released the first single, "", off Write Me Back, followed by "". The album will be released on June 26.

On February 18, 2012, R. Kelly performed at 's memorial. Kelly performed the I Look to You, a song he wrote for Whitney that she released on July 23, 2009. The song was included in her seventh and final studio album, also titled. After singing the song he said, "We love you Whitney. Rest in Peace." before leaving the stage.

On March 20, 2012, announced a third installment of the "" will be coming soon. The new chapters aired on IFC on Thanksgiving Day 2012.

On June 26, 2012, Kelly released his eleventh studio album, .

On August 31, 2012, Kelly announced The Single Ladies Tour featuring R&B singer,.

On September 1, 2012, the Japanese branch of retail chain revealed Kanye West's track list. Kelly is featured alongside on the opening song entitled "".

2013–2015: Black Panties and The Buffet

During 2013, R. Kelly has been continuing his "The Single Ladies Tour". He has also been performing at a variety of music festivals across North America, including,, and Macy's Music Festival. On June 30, 2013, R. Kelly performed live at for the first time in many years, singing a medley of his hits as well as a snippet of his new track "" featuring rapper. This was followed by news that Kelly was releasing the song as the lead single for his upcoming twelfth studio album . The album itself was officially released on December 10, 2013.

During this time, R. Kelly also collaborated with a variety of artists. He co-wrote and is featured on 's song "" from her 2013 album . R. Kelly performed his duet with Lady Gaga for the first time on on November 16, 2013. The two are also scheduled to perform the song live again at the 2013. He also collaborated with and on the album's second single and on 's first single on his new album "Dark Horse". Music videos have been produced for both singles. At midnight on November 17, R. Kelly and debuted their first collaboration entitled "".

R. Kelly was also featured on the soundtrack album of the film with his song "".

On an interview with Global Grind on November 15, R. Kelly stated that he has a song that he is going to be servicing to and it could be their first song together after the number one single "" in 1998. He also confirmed that is going to and that he's working on making movies and also more chapters for his, telling his fans that they will see a lot going on for him in past two or three years and more. He is also working with singer for her new upcoming album "".

Kelly has been featured on a couple of remixes such as "" with and, "" by, "" with, "Clean this House" by Gospel singer, "" by, and "" by featuring himself and.

In late 2013, R. Kelly announced with TV that he was planning to release the sequel to the album for the summer of 2014, White Panties. He also added that he is finishing up a Christmas album for late 2014 called . R. Kelly is also planning a tour with singer called "The King & Queen Tour" before doing the later. He is also going to film and put out more Chapter of his infamous Hip Hopera .

R. Kelly has also been recording different songs with,,, on the track called "", and the rapper as a featured performer on tracks on each of their albums. He has only confirmed one collaboration for his upcoming sequel, with pop singer.

Stepping away from his music, R. Kelly is planning to make his debut as a film and sometime during 2014 or 2015 and also plans on taking his musical to.

In July 2014, Kelly announced at the Chosen Few DJs Picnic in hometown Chicago that he's currently working on a album. "I want y'all to know a secret," R. Kelly said. "I'm working on a house album right now, and I want y'all to know, it's coming. And y'all know, I love music and I feel like I can do anything when it comes to music because I am music — just like y'all."

On July 14, 2015, R. Kelly announced that will be released September 25, 2015. However it was later pushed back to December 11, 2015. The album's first single "" was released August 21, 2015. The album's second single "" was released November 5, 2015.

2016: 12 Nights of Christmas

Originally slated to be released in late 2014, Kelly presented his first Christmas album, and fourteenth studio album, , on October 21, 2016.

R. Kelly, de son vrai nom Robert Sylvester Kelly, né le à dans l', est un de et de, et. Il est mieux connu pour de nombreux singles à succès comme Bump n' Grind, Your Body's Callin', , Gotham City, Ignition (Remix), If I Could Turn Back the Hands of Time, The World's Greatest, I'm a Flirt (Remix) et Trapped in the Closet. En 1998, Kelly remporte trois pour la chanson I Believe I Can Fly. Son style distinct a influencé d'autres musiciens et. Kelly devient le premier chanteur à s'impliquer dans une carrière professionnelle au lorsqu'il est signé en 1997.

Kelly a écrit, produit, et des chansons, et participé aux albums de plusieurs artistes comme à son album Age Ain't Nothing but a Number publié en 1994. En 1996, Kelly est nommé d'un Grammy pour l'écriture de la chanson You Are Not Alone de. En 2002 et 2004, Kelly participe à des albums collaboratifs avec,,, et

La (RIAA) considère R. Kelly comme l'un des meilleurs artistes américains, avec 40 millions d'albums vendus. En mars 2011, R. Kelly est nommé meilleur artiste de RnB des 25 dernières années par le magazine ,,. Kelly compte au total 12 albums solo, et plus de 100 millions d'exemplaires vendus à l'international, ce qui fait de lui le meilleur musicien de RnB des ,,. Il est cité pour avoir contribué au et au RnB contemporain, ce qui lui vaut les surnoms de King of R&B, et King of Pop-Soul,.

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Jeunesse et débuts[ | ]

Né et élevé dans le de, Robert Sylvester Kelly est le troisième de quatre enfants. La mère célibataire de Kelly, Joanne, est chanteuse. Le père de Kelly, lui, sera absent tout le long de sa vie. La famille de Kelly résidait aux Ida B. Wells Homes dans le quartier de Bronzeville, à Chicago. Lena McLin décrit le foyer de Kelly selon ses termes : « C'était serré. Une table, deux chaises. Il n'y avait clairement aucune présence paternelle ici. » Kelly chante pour la première fois dans une chorale à huit ans.

Kelly grandit dans un foyer féminin, un entourage dans lequel il réagit différemment pendant l'absence de sa mère et de ses grands-parents. Enfant, Kelly est régulièrement abusé sexuellement par une jeune femme âgé de dix ans de plus que lui. « J'avais trop peur et honte » confie Kelly dans son sur le fait qu'il n'ait jamais raconté ce qui lui était arrivé. Kelly devient amoureux à 8 ans. Lui et sa copine Lulu jurent à cette époque d'être « petits-amis pour la vie. » Cependant, leur dernier moment ensemble tourne mal lorsque, durant une bagarre près d'une crique, Lulu est poussée dans l'eau et happée par le courant. Elle sera retrouvée morte noyée. Kelly cite Lulu comme sa toute première inspiration musicale. À 11 ans, il reçoit une balle dans l'épaule alors qu'il se dirigeait chez lui ; la balle serait apparemment toujours logée dans son épaule.

Kelly étudie à la Kenwood Academy dans le quartier de à Chicago en 1980, et y fait la rencontre de son professeure Lena McLin, qui encouragera Kelly à participer et chanter Ribbon in the Sky de lors d'un concours de talent organisé à son lycée,,. Lena Mclin encourage également le jeune Kelly à arrêter le basketball. Elle explique qu'il l'avait d'abord mal pris, mais avoir changé d'avis après avoir participé au concours. Kelly joue dans l'équipe de basketball avec le futur joueur Ben Wilson. Il chantera It's So Hard to Say Goodbye to Yesterday à l'enterrement de ce dernier. La mère de Kelly, quant à elle, décède en 1993.

Born Into the 90's et 12 Play (1989–1994)[ | ]

R. Kelly se popularise en 1989 lorsqu'il participe, aux côtés de Marc McWilliams, Vincent Walker et Shawn Brooks, au concours télévisé appelé Big Break, présenté par. Kelly remportera la somme de $ 100000. Le premier album de Kelly, , est publié au début de 1992 (sous le nom de R. Kelly and Public Announcement). Publié pendant le boom du au début des, l'album contient les singles RnB à succès She's Got that Vibe, Honey Love, Dedicated, et Slow Dance (Hey Mr. DJ). En fin 1992, Kelly and Public Announcement participent à la tournée 60653, dont le titre correspond au zip code du quartier de Kelly. Il s'agira du seul album crédité aux côtés de Public Announcement. Kelly se sépare du groupe en janvier 1993.

Le premier album solo de Kelly, , est publié le et contient le single à succès Bump n' Grind qui passera 12 semaines à la première place du classement Hot RnB Singles. Les autres singles incluent Your Body's Callin' (U.S. Hot 100: #13, U.S. R&B: #2) et Sex Me (U.S. Hot 100: #20, U.S. R&B: #8). Les deux singles comptent 500 000 exemplaires vendus aux, et sont certifiés par la RIAA. En 1994, 12 Play est certifié disque d'or par la (RIAA), et devient finalement certifié sextuple .

Le 31 août 1994 il épouse la chanteuse et actrice Aaliyah qui avait 15 ans alors que lui en avait 27, les parents de celle-ci ont fait annuler le mariage (la législation américaine de l'état de l’Illinois interdit le mariage pour les moins de 18 ans, Aaliyah à du mentir sur son âge pour pouvoir se marier) et ont envoyé la chanteuse en Europe afin de tasser le scandale.

R. Kelly et I Believe I Can Fly (1995–1996)[ | ]

En 1995, Kelly est nommé pour la première fois aux  ; il est nommé deux fois pour l'écriture et la composition de la chanson You Are Not Alone de . Le succès de Kelly continue de s'accroitre avec la publication de son deuxième album, , le 14 novembre 1995 aux. Stephen Holden du décrit Kelly comme « celui qui règne en maître sur le pop-soul encore mieux que Barry White [...] » En décembre 1995, le professeur Michael Eric Dyson salue l'album homonyme de Kelly au magazine  : « Kelly transforme son tourment personnel en une force musicale. » L'album atteint la première place du, et devient le premier album de Kelly dans les classements. R. Kelly contient trois singles certifiés  : You Remind Me of Something (U.S. Hot 100: #4, U.S. R&B: #1), I Can't Sleep (Baby If I) (U.S. Hot 100: #5, U.S. R&B: #1), et Down Low (Nobody Has To Know) (U.S. Hot 100: #4, U.S. R&B: #1) ; un duo avec Ronald Isley. L'album homonyme de Kelly compte quatre millions d'exemplaires vendus, et devient certifié quadruple disque de platine par la RIAA. Kelly fait la promotion de l'album avec la tournée Down Low Top Secret Tour aux côtés de,, et Solo.

Kelly publie l'un de ses meilleurs singles, , une chanson originellement composée pour le film . I Believe I Can Fly atteint la deuxième place du Billboard Hot 100, et la première place aux classements britanniques ; elle est aussi nommée trois fois aux Grammy Awards en 1998. Le magazine classe la chanson à la . En 1996, Kelly épouse la chorégraphe et danseuse Andrea Lee.

R. et Life (1997–1999)[ | ]

En 1997, Kelly réalise l'un de ses rêves en signant un contrat pour jouer au avec les Atlantic City Seagulls de l' (USBL). Kelly endosse le numéro 12, en référence à son album 12 Play. Kelly explique en ses termes : « J'aime tellement le basketball que ça me permet de me libérer l'esprit, de laisser la musique de côté pendant quelques minutes, et c'est aussi l'un de mes rêves qui se réalise. » Le contrat de Kelly à l'USBL stipule qu'il peut remplir ses engagements musicaux à tout moment si nécessaire. « Si Whitney Houston avait besoin qu'on lui écrive une chanson », explique Gross, « il peut quitter l'équipe et revenir quand ça lui plaît. » « Ce n'est pas un qu'on lui a donné », explique Ken Gross, chef des Seagulls qui a signé Kelly. Kelly est le premier musicien à jouer dans une équipe de basketball professionnelle,.

En 1998, Kelly publie , son quatrième album solo, et premier double-album. L'album contient différents genres musicaux allant du radio pop (), au street rap ( et ) et au (Suicide). L'album est publié le 17 novembre 1998 aux. Dave Hoekstra du décrit l'album comme « le projet de loin le plus ambitieux de sa carrière. » L'album atteint la première place des RnB Albums, ce qui en fait le troisième album de Kelly à atteindre la première place. Il contient son single à succès I'm Your Angel, un duo avec Céline Dion, et des classiques notables comme When A Woman's Fed Up (Hot RnB/Hip-Hop: #5) et If I Could Turn Back the Hands of Time (Hot 100: #12, UK: #2). L'album contient également le hit I Believe I Can Fly. Toujours en 1998, Kelly écrit et produit le premier album de sa protégée la chanteuse Sparkle, publié au label Rockland Records et distribué par. En 2000, l'album homonyme Sparkle est certifié disque de platine et contient le single Be Careful, un duo avec R. Kelly.

TP-2.com et The Best of Both Worlds (2000–2002)[ | ]

Au commencement du millénaire, Kelly est récompensé à de multiples reprises pour sa carrière de superstar du. En janvier 2000, Kelly remporte un prix dans la catégorie de « musicien RnB/soul préféré » aux, et est, en février, nommé pour plusieurs, dans les catégories de « meilleure performance RnB » (When a Woman's Fed Up), « meilleur album de RnB » (), et « meilleure performance d'une chanson rap/RnB » (Satisfy You) avec .

Le 7 novembre 2000, Kelly publie son cinquième album, . Contrairement à l'album précédent de Kelly, R., toutes les chansons incluses dans TP-2.com sont entièrement écrites, produites et interprétées par Kelly. Jason Birchmeier d' attribue à TP-2.com une note de quatre étoiles sur cinq. L'album est le second de Kelly à atteindre la première place du Billboard 200 et à atteindre le sommet des RnB/Hip-Hop Albums. TP-2.com contient les singles à succès I Wish (U.S. Hot 100: #14, U.S. R&B: #1), Feelin' on Yo Booty (U.S. R&B: #9), et le remix de Fiesta (U.S. Hot 100: #6, U.S. R&B: #1), avec. En 2001, Kelly remporte l'Outstanding Achievement Award aux et le magazine classe TP-2.com .

The World's Greatest est un hit, et Kelly joue à la cérémonie d'ouverture des Olympiques hiver. Le 24 janvier 2002, lors d'une conférence de presse annonçant la fin des enregistrements pour The Best of Both Worlds, des célébrités comme Johnnie Cochran,, et saluent l'album, Jay-Z espérant que l'album puisse « mieux représenter l'unité générale entre les noirs. » Black Electorate décrit cette collaboration comme l'« l'un des plus grands pas de la musique noire. » L'album ayant filtré le 22 février 2002, le label n'a d'autre choix que d'avancer la date de sortie du 26 mars au 19 mars,. Jay-Z exprime sa frustration concernant le filtrage de l'album lors d'un entretien à . La date de sortie de est finalement repoussée à sa date initiale, le 26 mars. L'album compte 285 000 exemplaires vendus la première semaine, et se classe deuxième au Billboard 200.

En mai 2002, le sixième album de Kelly, Loveland, est filtré et sa date de sortie est repoussée à novembre.

De Chocolate Factory à TP.3 Reloaded (2003–2005)[ | ]

Au début de 2003, Chocolate Factory est un succès continu pour Kelly, qui se vend à plus de trois million d'exemplaires grâce au succès de singles comme Ignition. Snake et Step in the Name of Love sont également populaires. En 2004, Kelly publie le coffret . La même année, Kelly joue au Star-Spangled Banner lors de l'introduction d'un combat de boxe entre et. En octobre 2004, Kelly se réunit avec Jay-Z pour une suite de leur album Best of Both Worlds peu après une performance du duo au un an plus tôt. L'album du duo, Unfinished Business, est publié et atteint la première place du Billboard 200.

La tournée Unfinished Business est cependant entachée par une rivalité entre les deux chanteurs, Kelly arrivant supposément en retard ou absent de leurs performances. Le chanteur, d'après Jay-Z, se plaignait souvent de ne pas voir les projecteurs tournés vers lui et quittaient souvent au milieu d'un show. Le 25 avril 2006, le cousin de Jay-Z, Tyran (Ty-Ty) Smith, avoue lors d'une audience au Manhattan Criminal Court avoir aveuglé au spray R. Kelly et quatre de ses gardes du corps au Madison Square Garden en octobre 2004. Smith est accusé d'agression, mais il plaide coupable et est condamné à quatre jour de travail d'intérêt général. Après l'incident, Jay-Z engage Smith en tant qu'exécutif au label . Kelly lance aussi un recours en justice de $75 millions contre Jay-Z pour l'avoir annulé de sa tournée.

En 2005, Kelly publie son septième album, TP.3 Reloaded. L'album inclut les chapitres de Trapped in the Closet.

Double Up (2006–2008)[ | ]

En 2006, Kelly lance la tournée The Light It Up Tour, qui sortira en. Le 29 mai 2007, R. Kelly publie son huitième album , qui contient le single I'm a Flirt (Remix), en avec et. La chanson originale intitulée I'm a Flirt, également produite et coécrite par R. Kelly, est une chanson bonus de l'album de (2006). Cependant, Kelly n'a jamais attribué les droits de son single. La première chanson de Kelly issue de Double Up est I'm a Flirt (Remix), sur laquelle Bow Wow ne participe pas. L'autre single issu de Double Up s'intitule Rise Up est un hommage des victimes de la tuerie de Virginia Tech. La chanson est officiellement publié sur Internet en mai 2007. Les bénéfices vont à la Hokie Spirit Memorial Fund.

Kelly lance sa tournée Double Up aux côtés de, et. Après deux shows, le promoteur Leonard Rowe annule la participation de Ne-Yo à cause de divergences contractuelles. En 2008, Kelly publie une chanson, I'm a Beast, dans laquelle il attaque ses détracteurs. En 2008, Billboard annonce la future publication d'un nouvel album de Kelly, intitulé 12 Play: Fourth Quarter en été la même année, mais pour le moment mis en suspens. Billboard cite également Kelly parmi les meilleurs musiciens sa 50th Anniversary List. Au printemps, le premier single promotionnel, Hair Braider, atteint la .

De Untitled à Love Letter (2009–2010)[ | ]

En janvier 2009, après sa séparation en 2005, Kelly divorce officiellement avec son ex-femme Andrea Kelly. Le couple sera marié pendant 11 ans. Le 3 juin 2009, Kelly publie sa toute première, The Demo Tape (Gangsta Grillz) presented by DJ Skee and DJ Drama pour les fans. Au Velvet Room d' en février 2009, Kelly annonce un nouvel album intitulé . L'album est prévu pour le 29 septembre 2009 mais repoussé jusqu'au 13 décembre 2009.

Kelly joue pour la première fois en aux Arise African Fashion Awards de, en le 20 juin 2009. Kelly prévoit jouer avant de participer au festival ThisDay au en juillet. Kelly joue également à, en en janvier 2010.

Kelly joue la chanson Sign of a Victory à la du 11 juin 2010. Le 23 juillet 2010, une chanson intitulée Tongues, annoncée comme le premier single de l'album Zodiac, est publiée. Elle est produite par le producteur Bangladesh et fait participer . Dans un entretien en septembre 2010 avec le magazine , Kelly explique travailler sur trois nouveaux albums (Epic, , et Zodiac). Le 13 septembre 2010, Kelly publie l'un de ses trois nouveaux albums, Epic. En novembre 2010, Kelly collabore avec plusieurs musiciens africains pour lancer un appelé One8. Le groupe fait participer 2Face du Nigeria, Alikiba de, et du, 4X4 du, le rappeur Movaizhaleine du, Jordan Katembula de, le rappeur Navio de l' et Amani du, la seule femme du groupe. Leur première chanson s'intitule Hands Across the World écrite et produite par Kelly,. Le dixième album de Kelly, Love Letter est publié le 14 décembre 2010 à l'international. L'album contient 15 chansons, la dernière étant une chanson bonus ; une reprise de de.

Opération à la gorge (2011)[ | ]

À la de, Kelly chante plusieurs hits comme Happy People, When a Woman's Fed Up et Bump N' Grind. Ann Powers du accueille favorablement sa performance. En mars 2011, Kelly est nommé premier musicien RnB des 25 dernières années par le magazine Billboard.

Le 19 juillet 2011, Kelly est admis d'urgence au Northwestern Memorial Hospital de pour subir une opération à la gorge. Il annule sa performance au Reggae Sumfest en prévue pour vendredi. Dans un communiqué, les organisateurs du festival expliquent : « Les graves problèmes de santé de Kelly l'ont empêché de participer au festival. » Johnny Gourzong, le directeur exécutif de Sumfest Productions, commente également : « Sa présence nous manquera au festival. » Le 20 juillet 2011, les représentants de R. Kelly expliquent que ce dernier a été admis à l'hôpital pour se faire opérer d'un abcès aux amygdales et qu'« il sera absent pendant une durée prolongée et indéterminée. » Le 21 juillet 2011, le porte-parole de Kelly, Allan Mayer, rapporte que le chanteur est sorti du Northwestern Memorial Hospital de Chicago et est en convalescence. Peu après, Kelly donne des nouvelles à ses fans en postant une vidéo sur dans laquelle il porte des lunettes de soleil et un masque.

Le 23 septembre 2011, le magazine confirme la signature de Kelly pour la bande-son du film Sparkle. Le 7 octobre, annonce sa séparation avec, et. Après la fermeture, Kelly, entre autres, publiera désormais ses chansons chez ,.

Le 10 novembre 2011, Kelly tweete à ses fans et publie une chanson intitulée Shut Up. Dans la chanson, Kelly s'addresse aux personnes ayant douté de son retour après son opération, et répond aux rumeurs qui l'entouraient lorsqu'il était en convalescence. Shut Up est positivement accueillie par , et Prefix Magazine, notamment. Le 21 décembre 2011, Kelly apparaît à l'émission américaine .

Write Me Back et Trapped in the Closet (2012)[ | ]

Le 31 janvier 2012, Kelly révèle une suite à l'album Love Letter intitulé . L'album est un mélange des précédents albums de Kelly ; Love Letter, Happy People et un peu de TP-2.com. Le 18 février 2012, R. Kelly joue aux funérailles de. Kelly chante la I Look to You, une chanson écrite pour Whitney, publiée le 23 janvier 2009. Le 20 mars 2012, la chaîne américaine IFC annonce une troisième saison de l'émission Trapped in the Closet.

Le 26 juin 2012, Kelly publie son septième album, . Le 31 août 2012, Kelly annonce la tournée The Single Ladies Tour en avec la chanteuse .

Black Panties, The Buffet et collaborations (depuis 2013)[ | ]

En 2013, R. Kelly continue sa tournée The Single Ladies Tour. Il joue aussi lors de festivals à travers l' North America, comme le Bonnaroo Music Festival, le, et le Macy's Music Festival. Le 30 juin 2013, R. Kelly joue au BET Awards Show pour la première fois depuis des années, chantant des hits comme My Story en featuring avec. Kelly annonce ensuite la publication du tout premier single issu de son douzième album . L'album est officiellement publié le 10 décembre 2013.

À cette période, R. Kelly collabore aussi avec plusieurs artistes. Il coécrit et participe à la chanson de issue de son album . R. Kelly effectue son duo avec Lady Gaga pour la première fois au le 16 novembre 2013. Les deux prévoient également participer aux de 2013. Ils collaborent aussi avec et sur l'album de Rich Gang, avec la chanson Dark Horse,. R. Kelly participe aussi à la bande-son du film avec sa chanson Happy People.

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