Untitled [Explicit]

December 1, 2009 | Format: MP3

$10.99
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Product Details

  • Original Release Date: October 9, 2009
  • Release Date: December 1, 2009
  • Label: Jive
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  • Total Length: 1:02:13
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  • Format: Explicit Lyrics
  • ASIN: B002WGBJPK
  • Average Customer Review: 3.6 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (72 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #57,204 Paid in Albums (See Top 100 Paid in Albums)

Customer Reviews

3.6 out of 5 stars

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6 of 7 people found the following review helpful By T. Bowen on January 14, 2010
Format: Audio CD
I'm going to make this a very simple review by saying that R. Kelly does very well on everyone of the songs on this album that he stays in his zone on, but it's when he steps out of his zone to attempt to "have something for everybody" he goes horribly wrong. With that said, the album is still solid considering what's available from the RnB crowd of today. I still wish R. would leave some of the childish feeling crap alone.

The 1st 8 songs (Crazy Night, Exit, Echo, Bangin' The Headboard, Go Low, Whole Lotta Kisses, Like I Do, & Number One) on this album are all very enjoyable, but he fails with the next 3 thereafter (I Love The DJ, Supaman High, Be My #2). The next song is "Text Me" and I can't say that I hate the song, but it's one that would possibly get skipped by me depending on my mood as it is the type of song that really does nothing for me, but I'd listen to it. R. manages to regain strength and closes the album strong with the last 3 songs (Religious, Elsewhere, & Pregnant).

Were I able to give the album 3.5 stars that's what I would've given it but the majority of the album is good so I had to go with 4 stars. R. Kelly can definitely do better and I hope that he will on his next project. He has absolutely nothing to prove to the young cats as his catalog demolishes all of their material combined. I really would like to see R. get back to quality 1st and being hot 2nd. Honestly I haven't heard anything from R. Kelly in the last at least 8 years that would reach the classic mark, although he does have a very nice song floating around the net now called "Fallen From the Sky" that proves to me that dude still has the ability to delivery classics. I'm hoping to hear one soon.
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18 of 24 people found the following review helpful By N. Mbele on January 20, 2010
Format: Audio CD
As a long-time R. Kelly fan, it hurts me to have to admit that he is no longer the great musician he once was. This so-called 'Untitled' album is testament to that.

A short while after its release and out of curiosity, I popped into a local music retail store for a quick listen. Though I did not spend more than a couple of minutes on each track, after less than fifteen minutes of listening, I felt sick and needed a brown bag. This couldn't have been the R. Kelly that brought us '12 Play', the self-titled 'R. Kelly', the double album 'R' and [...]! It is not that the music on the album is bad by today's standards. The problem is that R. Kelly has dumbed his music down to accommodate certain expectations, no doubt.

As a mid-thirties father to a daughter, the music on this record made me very uncomfortable at a certain level. Come to think of it, my old man who is fiftysomething, was a huge fan of Kelly (probably still is!), but he has not spoken of him in at least four years! I guess the point here is, Kelly has not grown with his fanbase over the years, instead choosing to go backwards. This has pushed his mature fanbase towards artists like Anthony Hamilton, Brian McKnight, Joe, Musiq Soulchild and other similar artists. I tend to agree with a reviewer who suggested that Kelly look at his birth certificate and try to catch up.

Here's hoping that in the near future Kelly will go back to the studio and record the great album we all know he is still capable of.
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5 of 6 people found the following review helpful By Dashan Nettles on December 8, 2009
Format: Audio CD
First off I have to say to all the people that don't like the album. Most of you probably don't know about the music business. Kellz has to do something for every generation. I've he only made music for the people that has listen to him from the beginning then he wouldn't sell as many albums. There are more young people in this world then older people. Yes I grew up on all his albums and I must say that this album is in my top 5. To those that say that this album is like a greatest hits or recycled music then your mistaken. Yes "Whole Lotta Kisses" and "Go Low" are recycled. If any of you know about "Loveland" and "Chocolate Factory" then you would know that the same thing happened to "Loveland". Like "12 Play 4th Quarter", "Loveland" was leaked and he had to make changes. If you notice in "Chocolate Factory - Step in the name of love (Remix)", he mentions that "We are gonna do the same dance that we didn't in Loveland...", just for proof. This album is another classic by Mr. Kelly; a must have.
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By J. Loudon on December 7, 2009
Format: Audio CD
Welcome back R. Kelly. We missed you in 2008 when this album was supposed to be released. Don't worry, I'm sure everyone has forgotten about the child pornography charges you were acquitted of last year. It's no wonder Untitled was released in December because, deep down, it's a holiday album. That is, assuming all you do during the holidays is call in sick to work so you can spend some quality time with one of your many partners.

Unlike his previous efforts, Kelly is only the lone songwriter on two tracks of Untitled. However, you would only know it if you read the album credits. Untitled plays like any of Kelly's best releases. The faster paced tracks like "I Love The DJ," "Superman High," and "Be My #2" are catchy and will, no doubt, become staples in the clubs, but the real highlights are in the slow songs. R. Kelly's voice is a step above the competition and it shines early on with "Exit" and "Echo." The two tracks written by Kelly alone, "Go Low" and "Whole Lotta Kisses" are also quality voice featuring songs with a romantic mood.

In the end, Untitled is lacking the single power of Kelly's previous albums, but as a whole, it is easily one of his most consistent works. From start to finish, R. Kelly takes us on a musical journey through more of his sexual exploits. He casually disguises his bragging beneath well designed beats and warm vocal melodies. Like the women he sings about, R. Kelly will leave his fans satisfied with this newest release.

Similar Artists: Ginuwine, Marvin Gaye

Track Suggestion: Echo
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