125157117 R Kelly Speaks On Throat Surgery

R Kelly is recovered from his throat surgery and ready to get back to work putting out some of that good R&B music he knows best…in fact, you won’t believe the title of his next album….sounds like the OLD R. Kelly might be back!!!  Could it be 12 play 3, a.k.a. TP3.com???

 R. Kelly is getting back to singing after his throat surgery in July. In fact he dropped the title for his next album, Black Panties, and talked about the shots Trey Songz has fired in his direction.

“It was really scary,” Kelly said of his surgery. “At the end of the Love Letter Tour, towards the end, I started feeling it. I thought I had a cold, but, man, I had like a cyst as big as a golf ball on my tonsils. The doctor’s though, they cut it out, they took care of me really good.”

While he is known for super sex anthems like “Your Body’s Callin’,” “Ignition” and “Half on a Baby,” R. Kelly took a gentleman’s approach on his 2010 album Love Letter. But don’t put him in a box. For his upcoming 11th solo LP, the Pied Piper is going to get nasty once again.

“I just did the whole Love Letter joint and everybody thinking, ‘Oh that’s the direction he’s goin’ now,’ ” Kelly said on the Morning Riot on Thursday. “Nah, that was a moment in time, just like ‘Ignition’ and ‘Bump n’ Grind’ and all this stuff was a moment in time. Now this Black Panties album … it’s the new 12 Play.”



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