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Black Panties (Deluxe Version)

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Legs Shakin'
Artist: R. Kelly feat. Ludacris
4:26
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Cookie
3:41
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Throw This Money On You
3:40
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Prelude
3:11
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Marry The P***y
4:14
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You Deserve Better
3:49
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Genius
3:59
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All The Way
Artist: R. Kelly feat. Kelly Rowland
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My Story
Artist: R. Kelly feat. 2 Chainz
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Right Back
3:26
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Spend That
Artist: R. Kelly feat. Jeezy
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Crazy Sex
2:37
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Shut Up
4:03
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Tear It Up
Artist: R. Kelly feat. Future
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Show Ya P***y
Artist: R. Kelly feat. Migos & Juicy J
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Physical
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Every Position
3:26
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Total Tracks: 17   Total Length: 64:03

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Rawiya Kameir is a writer and editor in Toronto. She spends too much time on the Internet.

01.13.13
A return to raunch
2013 | Label: RCA Records Label

R. Kelly doesn’t have time to waste on subtlety; he’s too busy pleasing a partner (or several) in bed. That’s the essence of Black Panties, his 14th solo album and his triumphant return to raunch after about four years of mostly agreeable retro-soul and Chicago stepping. Don’t expect to play this one out loud in the office, unless that office is in a strip club.

The opening salvo, a lascivious Ludacris-assisted track called “Legs Shakin’,” sets… read more »

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