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3× (1997, 1998, 1999) Website Robert Sylvester Kelly (born January 8, 1967) is an American singer, songwriter, record producer, and former professional basketball player. A native of, Kelly began performing during the late 1980s and debuted in 1992 with the group. In 1993, Kelly went solo with the album. He is known for a collection of major hit singles including ', ', ', ', ', ', ', ', and the '. In 1998, Kelly won three for '. His distinctive sound and style has influenced numerous and artists. Kelly became the first musician to play professional, when he was signed in 1997.
Kelly has written, produced, and songs and albums for many artists, including 's 1994 debut album. In 1996, Kelly was nominated for a Grammy for writing 's song '. In 2002 and 2004, Kelly released collaboration albums with rapper and has been a guest vocalist for other hip hop artists like, and The (RIAA) has recognized R. Kelly as one of the best-selling music artists in the United States with 40 million albums sold as well as only the fifth black artist to crack the top 50 of the same list. In March 2011, R. Kelly was named the most successful artist of the last 25 years.
Kelly has released 12 solo studio albums, and sold over 75 million albums and singles worldwide, making him the most successful male artist of the 1990s and one of the. He has been credited for helping redefine and, earning the 'King of R&B' and 'King of Pop-Soul'. He is listed by Billboard as the most successful R&B/Hip Hop artist of the past 25 years (1985-2010) and also the most successful R&B artist in history.
Throughout his career, Kelly has won numerous awards, including a as well as countless other awards like, and. In 2002 Kelly was indicted on 21 counts of child pornography; he pleaded not guilty and was acquitted of all charges in 2008. Contents. Early life Robert Sylvester Kelly was born on January 8, 1967 at in. Kelly is the third of four children. Kelly's single mother, Joanne, was a singer. She raised her children.
Kelly's father was absent throughout his son's life. Kelly's family lived in the project in Chicago's neighborhood. Kelly's high school music teacher described Kelly's childhood home: 'It was bare. One table, two chairs.
There was no father there, I knew that, and they had very little.' Kelly began singing in the church choir at age eight. Kelly grew up in a house full of women, whom he said would act differently when his mother and grandparents were not home.
At a young age Kelly was often sexually abused by a woman who was at least ten years older than himself. 'I was too afraid and too ashamed,' Kelly wrote in his autobiography about why he never told anyone. At age 11, he was shot in the shoulder while riding his bike home; the bullet is reportedly still lodged in his shoulder. Kelly was eight years old when he had his first girlfriend. They would hold hands and eat make-believe meals inside their playhouse built from cardboard, where they 'vowed to be boyfriend and girlfriend forever.'
Their last play date turned tragic when, after fighting with some older children over a play area by a creek, Lulu was pushed into the water. A fast-moving current swept her away while she screamed Kelly's name. Shortly after, she was found dead downstream. Kelly calls Lulu his very first musical inspiration.
Kelly was a under the tracks. Kelly entered in Chicago's Hyde Park neighborhood in the fall of 1981, where he met his music teacher, who encouraged Kelly to perform the classic ' in a high school talent show. McLin encouraged a young Kelly to leave the basketball team.
She said he was furious at first, but after his performance at the school talent show, he changed his mind. Kelly played high school basketball with the late basketball player. He sang ' at Ben Wilson's funeral.
As a teenager, Kelly began street performing under the tracks before he eventually formed a group with his friends Marc McWilliams, Vincent Walker, and Shawn Brooks. In 1989, Kelly, McWilliams, Walker, and Brooks formed the group MGM (Musically Gifted Men).
In 1990, MGM recorded and released their first single 'Why You Wanna Play Me'; after releasing the single, the group disbanded. In 1991, Kelly signed with and teamed with a new group from Chicago called. Kelly's mother Joanne died in 1993. Career 1992–1996: Born Into the 90's, 12 Play and R. Kelly got his breakthrough in 1989 when he, along with Marc McWilliams, Vincent Walker and Shawn Brooks, participated on the talent TV show Big Break, hosted.
Kelly went on to win the $100,000 grand prize. Subsequently, Kelly's debut album was released in early 1992 (credited as R. Released during the period of the early nineties, the album yielded the R&B hits 'She's Got That Vibe', ', 'Dedicated', and 'Slow Dance (Hey Mr. DJ)', all of which were led by Kelly.
During late 1992, Kelly and Public Announcement embarked on a tour called '60653', whose title was the of Kelly's neighborhood. This would be the only album co-credited with Public Announcement. Kelly separated from the group in January 1993. Kelly's biggest influence is the,. Kelly's music took root in, and.
One of Kelly's earliest musical memories is listening to his mother, Joanne Kelly sing. As a young child, he was influenced by the work of musicians such as, and. Although had a substantial influence on Kelly, and are Kelly's greatest inspirations. In reference to Hathaway, Kelly declared: 'A guy like Donny Hathaway had a focused, sexual texture in his voice that I always wanted in mine,' Kelly said. 'He had smooth, soulful tones, but he was spiritual at the same time.' Kelly was heavily influenced by Marvin Gaye's R&B Lothario image.
'I had to make a baby-makin' album. If Marvin Gaye did it, I wanted to do it,' Kelly said.
Worked with Kelly during his debut at the tail-end of the era, as they managed to further sustain its sound. While Kelly has created a smooth, professional mixture of hip-hop beats, soulman crooning, and funk, the most distinctive element of his music is its explicit carnality.
', ', ', and ' are considered examples, as their productions were seductive enough to sell such blatant come-ons. Kelly's crossover appeal was also sustained by his development of a flair for pop balladry. Vocal style and lyrical themes Kelly's voice easily shifts from booming to seductive. Love and sex are the topics of the majority of Kelly's lyrical content, although he has written about a wide variety of themes such as inspiration and. Kelly has said that he writes from everyday experiences and prides himself in being versatile. Larry Khan, Senior VP of Jive's urban marketing/promotion has said that Kelly's musical compass is second to none.
Kelly never writes any lyrics down; he freestyles everything in the studio. He states: 'I never write anything down, since I've been in the song writing business – 20 years, I never write anything on paper, everything comes off the top of my head. I get in there, do the track, and whatever the track feels like, that's what I do.' Rockland Records. Main article: Kelly launched his own label, the -distributed Rockland Records.
The label's roster included artists, Talent, Vegas Cats, Lady, Frankie, Secret Weapon, and Rebecca F. In 1998, the label's first artist, Sparkle released her debut self-titled album,. In addition to producing and writing the project, Kelly made vocal contribution to the hit duet 'Be Careful,' which contributed largely to the album's success. The album was certified platinum in December 2000. In 1999, Kelly wrote and produced the to the and movie, which features tracks from, and. The soundtrack was released on Rockland label. Rockland artists Sparkle, Talent, and Vegas Cats all appeared on the soundtrack.
Boo & Gotti and Vegas Cats appeared on R. Kelly's albums, and, as well as a from Boo & Gotti on, making several references to Rockland.
The label is currently inactive but Kelly still owns the Rockland Records imprint. Personal life Relationships In 1996, Kelly married, his former backup dancer and mother to his three children.
In 1997, he built a house in and moved in. In January 2009, it was reported that Kelly's divorce was finalized. His Olympia Fields house became the subject of a foreclosure lawsuit in 2011, and has since been bought. Philanthropy Kelly has contributed to various charities throughout his career. In 1995, Kelly donated £20,000 to ex-footballer representative for a UK charity. In 2003, Kelly donated $50,000 to the Texas Military Family Foundation after the fund raising gig he staged for them. Kelly has also been in charity events in efforts to bring awareness for the fight against breast cancer.
In 2003, Kelly released the single ' and donated all the proceeds of the song to the families of American soldiers. In 2007, Kelly released the song 'Rise Up' for after a, and donated 100 percent of the net proceeds to the families of the massacre's victims. Kelly performed at a benefit concert for the Special Olympics of Angola and donated several specially-designed wheelchairs and the same year he also penned the song ' for the and all proceeds benefited African charities. Kelly performed at a charity event in Chicago benefiting Clara's House, a program designed to build employment, housing, health care, and education in the projects of Chicago. In 2016, Kelly donated cases of water to the. Sex scandals and allegations Illegal marriage According to and the Chicago Sun-Times, 27-year-old Kelly and a then 15-year-old singer protege were illegally married in a secret wedding ceremony on August 31, 1994 in conducted by Reverend Nathan J.
Edmond from Chicago; Kelly's tour manager, Demetrius Smith, said in 2018 that he facilitated the wedding by getting identification for Aaliyah representing her age as 18. Kelly had been introduced to Aaliyah by her uncle, just three years prior when she was 12 years old.
The marriage was annulled in February 1995 at the behest of Aaliyah's family by a Michigan judge. Kelly and Aaliyah, however, both denied that the marriage occurred and even denied that their relationship had ever moved beyond friendship. Despite denials of marriage, in May 1997 Aaliyah filed a lawsuit in Cook County to have the marriage records expunged. This action occurred in the midst of a suit filed by Tiffany Hawkins, who was seeking to use the marriage documents in her case. Aaliyah stated in court documents that she was underage at the time of marriage and, under Illinois state law, could not legally enter into marriage without parental consent. Sex tape allegations.
Kelly's Miami On February 3, 2002, a video surfaced allegedly showing Kelly engaging in sex with, and, an girl. The story, which was released by an unknown source, was sent to the Chicago Sun-Times, the newspaper that broke the story on February 8, 2002. This news surfaced as Kelly was to perform at the opening ceremony of the. In interviews with television of Chicago and, Kelly said that.
In June 2002, Kelly was indicted in Chicago on 21 counts of child pornography. That same month, Kelly was apprehended by on a Chicago arrest warrant, and Sheriff's Office conducted a search of Kelly's residence in. During the search, officers recovered 12 images of an alleged underage girl on a digital camera – wrapped in a towel in a duffel bag – which allegedly depicted Kelly 'involved in sexual conduct with the female minor.' According to the Chicago Sun-Times, the girl in the images obtained from Kelly's Florida home also appears in the videotape which got Kelly indicted in Chicago. Kelly was arrested in January 2003 on those charges. In March 2004, these charges were dropped due to a lack of probable cause for the search warrants.
After a number of delays, on October 27, 2006, a court hearing for pre-trial motions set the date of the actual trial to February 7, 2007. On the date of the trial, Kelly's lawyer informed the court that his client was unable to attend because he was 'undergoing surgery for a burst appendix'. He also announced that Kelly was 'in good condition and was expected to be released from the hospital later in the day.' Kelly's attorney stated that Kelly (who pleaded not guilty) would be in attendance on the next trial date of February 21, 2007. It had previously been announced by the court that the videotape that allegedly showed Kelly performing sex acts with an underage woman would be publicly shown as evidence in the trial. The trial, however, was delayed due to disputes over when the tape was made and to give medical recuperation time to the sitting judge following a fall resulting in broken bones. Later the case was set for a September 17 date.
It took more than six months for the case to go to trial. Jury selection began on May 9, 2008, and the trial officially started on May 20 with opening statements from the prosecution and defense. After two weeks, the prosecution's case wrapped on June 3 while the defense's wrapped on June 9. After less than a day of deliberations, on June 13, a Chicago jury found Kelly not guilty of all 14 counts. Misconduct allegations reported for on July 17, 2017, that Kelly was accused by three sets of parents of holding their daughters in an 'abusive cult'. Kelly and the alleged victims deny the allegations.
Kelly was again accused of misconduct on April 17, 2018, by a former partner of his who claimed that Kelly 'intentionally' infected her with a. A representative for Kelly stated that he 'categorically denies all claims and allegations'. The Women of Color movement called for a boycott of Kelly's music in May 2018 and performances over the many allegations against him.
The boycott was accompanied by a campaign called #MuteRKelly. In response, his management said that Kelly supports the movement in principle, but targeting him was 'the attempted lynching of a black man who has made extraordinary contributions to our culture'. The music streaming service announced on May 10 that it was going to stop promoting or recommending music by R.
Spotify stated, 'We don't censor content because of an artist's or creator's behavior, but we want our editorial decisions — what we choose to program — to reflect our values.' Two days later, and also announced that they will no longer be featuring or promoting R. Kelly's music. Allegations of music industry complicity ran a lengthy article in May 2018 alleging that music industry executives had been aware of Kelly's sexual indiscretions and proclivities for years but did little or nothing about them due to his success as a performer and songwriter. As early as 1994, the newspaper reported, his tour manager had urged ' founder to tell Kelly he would not release the singer's records if he continued to have 'incidents' with women after every concert he gave.
Calder told the Post that he regretted not having done more at the time. 'Clearly, we missed something.' Former Jive president told the newspaper that during 20 years with the label he never concerned himself with Kelly's private life and was unaware of two lawsuits filed against Kelly and the label by women alleging sexual misconduct, suits in which the label had successfully argued it was not. Larry Khan, another Jive executive who worked closely with the singer even after viewing the sex tape, likewise implied it was not the label's responsibility, and pointed to and as musicians whose labels continued to release and promote their records despite public awareness that they were involved with young women. Executives at also took a similarly relaxed attitude toward's Kelly's sex life, the Post claimed. In 2002, after he signed with the label, executive David McPherson allegedly avoided viewing a copy of a tape purportedly showing the singer having sex with an underage girl, even as he had warned Kelly's assistant that if it turned out to be Kelly on that tape, the label would drop him. McPherson did not respond to the Post 's requests for comment.
An with the label whose work suffered after she began a relationship with Kelly, ultimately costing her the position, settled with Epic for $250,000; Cathy Carroll, the executive she worked for, regularly rebuked her former subordinate for having an affair with a married man whenever the two met at social functions for years afterwards, and the damage to the woman's reputation led her to abandon her career in the music industry. Carroll told the newspaper the woman was 'starstruck. A lot of times it's not really the men.' The Post also suggested the labels were complicit in the sex-cult allegations from the previous summer's BuzzFeed piece.
Employees at the studios where Kelly recorded were required to sign and not enter certain rooms, which they said they believed were where Kelly made the women stay while he worked. Despite the agreements, the newspaper was able to publish screenshots of text exchanges where women in the rooms asked Kelly's assistants to let them out so they could go to the bathroom or get food. The newspaper also published pictures taken after Kelly had concluded a six-week session at a studio, paid for by his current label, showing a cup of urine sitting on a piano and urine stains on the wooden floor of another room. Kelly's staff prevented him from responding to Post reporters' request for an interview when they approached him in person while he was on tour.
They did, however, respond to a question about the photographs, calling it 'an obnoxious question that reflects a malicious and intentionally defamatory motive by the questioner.' Response Kelly released the 19-minute long ' on his on July 23, 2018, as a response to his accusers.
Other legal issues After a July 1996 brawl at a health club involving Kelly and his entourage, Kelly was placed on a year's unsupervised probation starting August 13, 1997, after being found guilty of battery. One of the victims, Christopher Mahoney, needed 110 facial stitches. Also that year, 20-year-old Tiffany Hawkins sued Kelly for $10 million and accused him of having sexual relations with her when he was 24 and she was 15. Kelly settled the lawsuit in 1998 for $250,000, according to the. On April 8, 1998, Kelly was arrested on three misdemeanor charges of disorderly conduct, including one charge on violating noise ordinance for playing his music extremely loud from his car. Prosecutors from the district attorney's office dropped the first two charges on May 7 and the noise charge on July 22 that year.
Legacy and influence. Kelly is known for often wearing a. Kelly is considered to be one of the most successful R&B artists of the last 25 years. He is also one of the best-selling music artists in the United States with over 30 million albums sold as well as only the fifth black artist to enter the top 50 of the same list. Magazine called him 'arguably the most important R&B figure of the 1990s and 2000s.' Music executive described Kelly as 'the modern-day, although there's a bit of in him, and a bit of.' Kelly's work has influenced numerous artists including, and many more.
Kelly has mentored and produced for the likes of, and, and reignited the careers of, and more. Artists from many genres have covered Kelly's music. In addition to his solo and collaboration success, Kelly has also written and produced several hit songs, such as ' for, ' for, ' for, ' for, and many more. Kelly has been compared to artists like and. Kelly's music has been used in numerous film soundtracks including, and.
He has also been featured in video games, including. Countless hip hop and R&B artists have sampled his music.
Honors and awards. Main article: Headlining tours.
The 12 Play Very Necessary Tour (w/ ) (1994). The Down Low Top Secret Tour (w/, and Solo) (1996).
The Get Up on a Room Tour (w/, and ) (1999). The TP-2.com Tour (w/ & ) (2001). The Key in the Ignition Tour (w/ ) (2003). (2006). The Double Up Tour (w/ & ) (2007). The Ladies Make Some Noise Tour (w/ ) (2009).
(w/ & ) (2011). The Single Ladies Tour (w/ ) (2012–13). Logistics branch insignia. (2016) Co-headlining tours.
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