TP2.com by R. Kelly is a really great album. I can listen to it from start to finish and enjoy pretty much every song. Some great production from Kellz and as always his vocals delivered.
I LOVE about half of that album. I feel like songs like "I Decided" and "I Don't Mean It" are some of the best and most underrated of R's career. I loved "The Greatest Sex", loved the "Storm is Over", loved "I Wish" and despite how I dislike R&B singers cussing and using the n word like rappers I liked the "I Wish remix" too - it was just undeniable to me, and even though it's kinda ridiculous I loved "Feeling on Your Booty", and also enjoyed " A Women's Threat".
But there was some filler IMO. He really was going too far with the "R & B Thug" thing at the time, and that song sucked IMO, never liked Fiesta or it's remix either. Shit was corny how even he was hopping on that Spanish BS that was big in pop music in the early 2000's.
Overall, a good album with some of my favorite R. Kelly songs, but it could've been better if he trimmed the fat IMO.
If you don't know who he is, he was one of the lead singers of Earth, Wind and Fire.
Edit: Looks like I got got by Twitter, Maurice is still alive...
My heart stopped a little when I read this post (just came in here today). EWF is one of my Top 3 favorite groups ever and Maurice is a treasure to music with all the songs he wrote and performed with the group. Glad to know he's fine. I did hear a couple years ago that Phillip does most of the singing these days when they perform including Maurice's parts because Maurice have some issues with his voice. Maurice was still dancing/doing background vocals, I believe.
Had fun on Christmas with my family and my grandma playing her classic Christmas R&B albums, Silent Night by the Temptations is still my favorite. But I do like "Give Love on Christmas Day" by the Jackson 5. Oh well, won't listen to those again until December of 2013.
Originally Posted by Tupac Shakur
We ain't even really rapping, we just letting our dead homies tell stories for us.
Headliner, I like the second version of Slow Jam the best. That's the one I have on my iPod. I like the extra bass he put on it. Tempo's a bit faster too (which is not always a good thing for a slow jam but it is here). I also have that concert on DVD and R.Kelly was great singing those songs live and acapella!