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.
[caption id="attachment_200705" align="aligncenter" width="286"] Sam Cooke with neighbor friend Aretha Franklin[/caption]On this site, I have written about SO many music celebrities and industry deaths I've lost count. For some reason, Aretha Franklin's death was the hardest hitting. She was not only the Queen of Soul she was an American institution. While doing some reading on her, I discovered there was also once a "King of Soul," Sam Cooke.Cooke died tragically on December 11, 1964, at the age of 33. Cooke rescued himself from what he considered to be financial insolvency by leaving the Gospel industry, an industry that even in 2018 is still reputed to be outrageously frugal, for the more generous and profitable secular music industry. He admitted to Dick Clark when posed with the question, "Why did you leave Gospel?" responding "For financi
This week’s recap of news about 21st Century Fox and its businesses includes FOX News Channel enjoying the most-watched primetime year in its history, strong ratings for FOX’s Thursday Night Football game, “Bohemian Rhapsody” becoming the all-time top music biopic, “Once Upon a Deadpool” raking in $1 million on its first day and more.