Rain, mud, Aussies, assaults and the President’s daughter…
Following weeks of protests, organisers of the Fashion Meets Music Festival in Columbus, Ohio have parted ways with controversial R&B singer R. Kelly, who was slated to headline the inaugural event this August. “Fashion Meets Music Festival and headlining artist R. Kelly have come to the mutual decision to cancel Kelly’s upcoming performance at the
US folk rock band Saintseneca have pulled out of the Fashion Meets Music Festival in their hometown of Columbus, Ohio, because the headline act is controversial R&B singer R. Kelly. The band say the festival’s selection of Kelly ignores very serious allegations of sexual violence and assault made against him. In an explanation posted on
Lady Gaga‘s unreleased music video for Do What U Want was partially leaked earlier today, and industry sources are now claiming that the clip was held back from release due to the tarnished public image of the video’s director, Terry Richardson, as well as Gaga’s collaborator on the track, R. Kelly. Late last year, Gaga
Someone on R&B star R. Kelly‘s management team (likely) got fired today, as a Twitter Q&A session organised to promote the ever-controversial artist’s upcoming twelfth solo studio album, Black Panties, went just as one would expect it to, i.e. lots of questions about urinating on minors. What Woody Guthrie was to politicised folk songs, R.
A hoarde of angry R. Kelly fans are demanding a refund, after paying $150 a ticket to see the 46-year-old singer-songwriter play at the Monroe Civic Center in Louisiana last weekend and instead reportedly getting an impersonator called R. Jelly. The gig was touted as a Black Panties Promo Party, ahead of the release of
Phoenix fans of Australia will most likely need to sit down before taking in this news, as not only have your band released a remix of their track Trying To Be Cool featuring R. Kelly, but the Frenchmen have also confirmed that they will once again be touring our stages come March of next year.
Rather than whinging and complaining about a situation that was obviously out of everyone’s control, passengers on Allegiant Airlines Flight 592 have teamed together to battle the shitty conditions they had found themselves in and found solace in the most appropriate of bonding music, R. Kelly’s I Believe I Can Fly. We’ve all been there
“Daft Punk who?” is what many in attendance were saying over the weekend at Coachella after a surprise team-up between the great crooner R. Kelly and chillwave lords Phoenix. Together, the two acts fused their tracks 1901/Ignition and Chloroform/I’m A Flirt. The mash-up is seriously tight and is probably the best of its kind since
The epic hip-hopera that is Trapped in the Closet continues! R. Kelly has revealed that the next instalments of his scandalous R&B drama will be coming this November. Speaking to Time Magazine, the resurging singer stated that the next episodes are coming soon, and there’s gonna be a lot of them: “We just shot 20
Thinking back to 2005, it won’t take much to bring back the memories of R.Kelly’s 22 episode epic Trapped in the Closet. Now, whether you remember it because it was good, or because it was too funny to forget, the important thing is that we all remember. R.Kelly has clearly cottoned on to this as
You can’t make this stuff up. Hip hop mega star R.Kelly has taken a break from urinating on underaged girls to finally finish his long-time-coming memoirs titled ‘Soulacoaster: The Diary of Me?’. Deep.