This may not be one of the most popular R. Kelly singles, but it definitely went platinum and lives on his classic self-titled album released in 1995. It was the first of three singles to sell over a million copies, and what set off the R. Kelly album that winter.
With plenty of baby making songs in his catalog, this might be one that goes under the radar but we can still appreciate. In an era where we don’t hear many slow jams anymore, R. Kelly has enough in the chamber to carry us on for a few generations.
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