American singer-songwriter Robert Sylvester Kelly (a.k.a. R. Kelly), who was convicted of multiple sex crimes, has released the biggest surprise album of 2022. It is titled “I Admit It” and refers to years of accusations against sex offenders.
A new album full of tracks includes several tracks that appear to refer to sexual assault allegations against him.
Earlier this year, the singer was sentenced to 30 years in prison after being convicted of sex trafficking and racketeering charges.
He was recently convicted of three counts of child pornography and three counts of soliciting the sex of a minor in a separate case in Chicago.
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The 55-year-old has released a new 13-track album titled I Admit It, which is now available on Apple Music and Spotify.
The last three songs are titled I Admit It (I Did It) Part 1, Part 2, Part 3.
In the final three songs, he reflects on his past mistakes and denounces the accusations he has received.
“They say I have no respect for these women, even though everything I’ve done is representative,” the publication claims he could be heard singing on one track. “You’re mad that I have several girlfriends.”
He also claimed that the claims of “brainwashing” and “kidnapping” the women were “absurd” and referred to the parents of the women with whom he was allegedly close.
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Sony Music, which owns the rights to much of the singer’s catalog, says this is an unofficial release, consisting mostly of unreleased songs from the past few years.
Spotify managers of 2018 following the #MuteRKelly movement I Believe I Can Fly said it would remove the star’s music from its playlists I am no longer a sponsor of his work.
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