R. Kelly has a new track and during the over 19 minute long song, Kelly speaks on not being convicted or arrested amidst all of the controversy surrounding his name.
He calls out Steve Harvey, John Legend and Tom Joyner for attacking him at about the 7 minute mark. He also talks candidly about the conspiracy that he held women against their will, being molested at a young age and so much more.
Safe to say that Kelly lays everything out in this song.
"You're never off the clock. These days you're always working while finding time to learn, teach and help grow your business."
I have stated on this site, in the magazine and in several forums you never want to be the old man in the room with no purpose. This is in not in any way referring to seasoned industry people in power positions. They are where they are supposed to be. This is for those who us who think that we have figured out the formula and we stop learning, stop growing, stop moving and stop taking on new challenges. Who we WERE carries much less weight than who we ARE. It's just the nature of the progressive industry that we work in.From this perspective. I have literally seen MANY industry people die from stagnation. Heart attacks, cancer, and strokes are the end result but first and for