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R. Kelly’s “I Admit” Album Is Removed From Streaming Services Hours After Release

R. Kelly’s “I Admit” Album Is Removed From Streaming Services Hours After Release, UncensoredGH.com

R. Kelly, an American R&B artist, A few hours after the release of his most recent album, I Admit, Kelly—who is currently incarcerated for 30 years—had it removed from Spotify and Apple Music.

The singer released the album on December 9th, and it included various renditions of the song “I Admit,” in which he rapped about his numerous charges, including sexual assault, in an unrepentant manner.

The artist is currently serving a 30-year prison sentence. A few hours after its debut, the album was however removed from Spotify and Apple Music.

Some reports claim that “I Admit,” which immediately sparked a rush of comments on social media, is a bootleg version, not an R. Kelly released song.

However, some songs were already available on SoundCloud as early as 2018 before being added to the two biggest streaming services, Apple Music and Spotify.

R. Kelly has been incarcerated since June 2022 and is currently serving a 30-year sentence for charges of sex trafficking.

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