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Download links and information about R. by R. Kelly. This album was released in 1990 and it belongs to Hip Hop/R&B, Rap, Soul, Rock, Pop genres. It contains 29 tracks with total duration of 02:09:39 minutes.

Artist: R. Kelly
Release date: 1990
Genre: Hip Hop/R&B, Rap, Soul, Rock, Pop
Tracks: 29
Duration: 02:09:39
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No. Title Length
1. Home Alone (feat. Keith Murray) 5:00
2. Spendin' Money 4:54
3. If I'm Wit You 4:31
4. Half On a Baby (Radio Version) 4:54
5. When a Woman's Fed Up (Radio Version) 4:38
6. Get Up On a Room 4:10
7. One Man 4:56
8. We Ride 4:48
9. The Opera 1:24
10. The Interview (feat. Suzanne LeMignot) 1:33
11. Only the Loot Can Make Me Happy 4:55
12. Don't Put Me Out 5:21
13. Suicide 5:19
14. Etcetera 4:12
15. If I Could Turn Back the Hands of Time 6:17
16. What I Feel / Issues 4:44
17. The Chase 2:45
18. V.I.P. 4:16
19. Did You Ever Think 4:31
20. Dollar Bill 4:22
21. Reality 4:43
22. 2nd Kelly 5:02
23. Ghetto Queen (Crucial Conflict) 4:20
24. Down Low Double Life 5:00
25. Looking for Love 4:36
26. Dancing With a Rich Man 3:28
27. I'm Your Angel (Duet) 5:31
28. Money Makes the World Go Round 4:08
29. I Believe I Can Fly (Album/LP Version) 5:21



When it was released in 1998, R. Kelly’s R. was the Chicago singer/writer/producer’s magnum opus: a sprawling 29-song album that testified to his creativity, productivity, and range. It was the era of the hip-hop double album, and this mammoth release helped confirm that Kelly saw his brand of R&B firmly in the context of rap music. Here, he works with some of the best in the game, from Jay-Z and Nas to Chicago’s own Crucial Conflict. Even when he wasn't specifically making rap songs, Kelly was perhaps the first R&B singer who felt wholly of that world. R. is everything a double album should be, in that it has a little of everything: the outlandish concepts behind “The Opera” and “2nd Kelly,” the darkened pleas of “Don’t Put Me Out” and “Suicide,” and the inspirational balladry of “I’m Your Angel.” That R. features appearances from both Celine Dion and the unhinged Queens emcee Noreaga speaks to the range of Kelly’s reach. While “I Believe I Can Fly” became a universal song in the tradition of Michael Jackson, the album’s shadowy heart resides in the timeless cloaked R&B of “Half on a Baby,” “When a Woman’s Fed Up," and “Down Low Double Life.”