R. Kelly Bounces Back After New Porn Charges

USA Today profiled the current situation finds himself in with the release of ‘Chocolate Factory’ next month. Elroy R.C. Smith, who programs WGCI, the leading R&B station in Kelly’s hometown of Chicago, says the new charges had little effect on listeners. He says they overwhelmingly support the singer. ‘Ignition’ is by far the most requested song on the station, and Nivea’s ‘Laundromat’, which Kelly wrote, produced and is featured on, also is getting heavy airplay. “It still seems as though it’s about the music for his fans, though I can only speak for Chicago,” Smith says. “They just love this guy’s music so much.” Read more.


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