R. Kelly new album 'Black Panties' leaks: stream record before its Dec. 10 release date [LISTEN]
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Dec 02, 2013 02:04 PM EST
It's only been a year and a half since R. Kelly's last album Write Me Back arrived in stores, but now the R&B powerhouse is back with his twelfth studio album. A little over a week before its planned Dec. 10 release date, Kelly's new record Black Panties has leaked in full and is now available to stream online.
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According to HasItLeaked.com, Black Panties actually arrived online on Saturday, Nov. 30, with a download leak at KingdomLeaks. Since then, the album has been making its way around the web and today (Dec. 2), SPIN posted a full album stream to their site.
Black Panties, which received its cover art and full tracklisting last month, features plenty of sexually explicit songs and song titles. NSFW samplers include "Crazy Sex," "Tear It Up," "Show Ya P----" and "Every Position." Meanwhile, the album artwork includes plenty of sexy women surrounding Kelly by wearing nothing but, well, black panties (of course).
Guest musicians on the album include Kelly Rowland, Jeezy, Futures, Juicy J, 2 Chainz and more.
Listen to R. Kelly's Black Panties below, via SPIN.
Originally due out last month, R. Kelly's new album will be released on Tuesday, Dec. 10. The album has been preceded by singles "My Story" and "Genius." Last week, "Cookie" premiered on Spotify and other streaming services as a possible third single.