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Internet Wasteland—R Kelly Edition

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If most of the people in Denver are like me (and I think they are---complete with cool curly Afros) they spend a lot of time wondering what R Kelly is doing. Well you don’t have to wonder anymore. R Kelly now has his own channel on YouTube to keep you up-to-date on all his music.

Today’s webisode of R Kelly TV is devoted to his upcoming album. The “Pied Piper of R&B” shares that Double Up was to be named Making Babies. The album was to contain nine songs each called a month, in celebration of his love of making baby-making music.

I wonder why he changed his mind?

--Crystal Preston-Watson

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