"What's R Kelly's DOPEST Album & What's His DOPEST Remix?"
For this week's episode of my mixshow podcast The Corner Radio me and my R&B squad are chopping it up about what's R Kelly's dopest remix, what are some of his slept on bangers and what's his dopest album. Plus you're in the mix for 60+ minutes of nuthin but R Kelly uptempo bangers! And in case cats don't have time to peep the whole show and wanna get straight to the convo, skip to the 36:49 mark and you're good money.
Tracklisting: You Knock Me Out She's Got That Vibe Somethings Never Change Home Alone featuring Keith Murray Love Letter Ladies Night (Treat Her Like Heaven) Happy People Did You Ever Think (Remix) Fiesta Fiesta (Remix) featuring Jay Z & Boo & Gotti (You To) Be Happy featuring BIG We Ride featuring Camron, Noreaga & Vegas Cats Dollar Bill featuring Foxy Brown Been Around The World featuring Ja Rule Thoia Thoing I Touched A Dream
So my question for the boards is what's R Kelly's dopest remix, your fave slept on R Kelly song & what's his dopest album & why?
For me...I think his dopest remix was the Gotham City remix cause I hated the original song but I LOVED the remix. To me the bulk of R Kelly's songs he remixed were dope in the first place. The bulk of his remixes remind me of Black Moon's I Gotcha Opin remix & what I mean by that is the remix for that jawn was SO dope, you forgot about the original. But the original was DOPE as hell too and that's why Gotham City was his dopest to me cause he took a song I didn't like and made me love it vs. remixing a song I already loved and just made me love it more.
My fave slept on jawn is "Trade In My Life" off the self titled album. This jawn is SOOOOOOO dope. It's the PERFECT mesh of gospel, R&B and soul all mixed in one.
And my favorite R Kelly album is double album The R. It was just TOO many bangers on it. I LOVED 12 Play and it is what it is but if I had to pick one it would be The R.
2. "RE: What's R Kelly's DOPEST Album & What's His DOPEST Remix?" In response to Reply # 0
Honestly, you should choose sparingly past the double red album, then celebrate happy people before kinda shying away from super ham embarrassing kellz that happens in the aftermath of his failed Jigga thing and the pee on girls tape. I maintain happy people is genius level cover band shit though.
8. "his remix for Anytime, Anyplace is a really nice production" In response to Reply # 0
I haven't listened to it in ages because I don't support him or his music, but I remember liking it more than the original.
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22. "the R double album had some joints on it..." In response to Reply # 12
half on a baby when a woman's fed up if i could turn back the hands of time im your angel etcetera 2nd kelly down low double life looking for love man, that album was the real buffet. and i'm not an r. kelly fan, but that album had some joints.
then there's always joints like Home Alone, Ghetto Queen, did you ever think... etc, that just brings back memories for me.