Famous as :R&B singer
Birth Name :Robert Sylvester Kelly
Birth Date :January 08, 1967
Birth Place :Chicago, Illinois, USA
Claim to fame :Single "I Believe I Can Fly" (1996)
possession of child pornography plus two other sex suits by underage girls just to name a few. Nevertheless, the 2005 trial of his sexual activity with underage girl has been temporarily delayed until fall since the prosecutors failed to define the video's timeframes. "People can say whatever they want about you without knowing the facts. They can criticize you without even knowing you and hate you when they don't even know you. All of a sudden, you're like the bin Laden of America. Osama bin Laden is the only one who knows exactly what I'm going through," said Kelly trying to get people's sympathy.
After the BOBW (The Best of Both Worlds) album, Kelly followed it up with another new LP entitled “Loveland” which was scheduled to be released in November 2002. Sadly the set was affected by heavy bootlegging, caused him to go back to the studio and work on another material, resulted in “Chocolate Factory” released in February 2003. This first album since the allegations surprisingly was fairly well received, yielding the number two hit remix of "Ignition" and the top 10 single, "Step In the Name Of Love" as well as the top 20 single, "Snake." This ...
success did encourage Kelly to create greater projects, producing the B2K's No. 1 hit "Bump, Bump, Bump" and the Isley Brothers' album "Body Kiss" which became the group's first album in their career to debut at #1. Remained productive, in the year of 2004 Kelly put on market his next LP, a two-CD set “Happy People/U Saved Me.” The positive result of this set was soon followed by another album, a follow up to “The Best of Both Worlds” in October 2004, dubbed “Unfinished Business,” which included eleven previously unreleased tracks by the singer with fellow rapper Jay-Z.
The year of 2005 brought another good luck for Kelly who during that period of time had a new single "In The Kitchen" released in April and new album titled “TP.3 Reloaded” out in August. Made famous by one of its singles, "Trapped in the Closet," the LP made it onto the Billboard 200, sat at the peak of the album charts for weeks before later on was certified Platinum and earned the R&B crooner a Soul Train Award nomination for the category of Best Male R&B-Soul Album in February the next year. Two years later he was back in recording mode ...