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R Kelly - 'Feelin’ Single'

A slice of sleek and delectable sunshine soul

Following the announcement of Jay-Z as a Glastonbury headliner, we’ve been wondering who he might bring on to collaborate with him. R Kelly is a frequent appearance in the Jay-Z world, and they made the album ‘The Best Of Both Worlds’ together in 2002. Pic: PA Photos
Lock up anything with a pulse! The Kelster has escaped from not just the closet, but the clutches of his former flame and he’s on the prowl. Cause for concern? Not when the result is a slice of sleek and delectable sunshine soul like this which recalls an even-more-carefree ‘70s Jacko.

Dan Martin

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