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Willy Will
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Untitled
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Since R. Kelly got acquitted of these pesky six-year-old child porno charges, he and his label have had plenty of time to brainstorm for his ninth studio album (which, like Nasmost recent release, will remain Untitled).  After nearly a year, we have the official Jive-selected lead single, which finds Kells experiencing a Supaman High.  Still regarded as an industry heavyweight, the singer had no trouble snagging an increasingly popular guest feature—not T-Pain, Weezy, Akon, Kanye, or even Soulja Boy (woulda made sense) but none other than Gucci Mane‘s “sidekick rapper.” OJ Da Juiceman swoops in to deliver a high-pitched (pun intended) hook, as well as a second verse and a few infectious “ay!” ad-libs.  Willy Will‘s beat should help Supaman High soar to the top of the charts and become the latest in R. Kelly’s string of club-ready first singles, (hopefully) paving the way for a slow-jam follow-up (for any Jive. execs reading, may I recommend #1 Fan?).

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