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The 'Rick James' singer, who's currently working on her sixth studio album, shares an Instagram photo of her posing in a studio with Kellz.
In addition to working on the sequel to 2013's 'Black Panties', Kelly is planning to make a full album with Blige who's joining him on the upcoming 'King and Queen' tour.
Selling 617,000 in its first three days, Beyonce's self-titled set beats R. Kelly, whose newest record opens at No. 4 with 133,000
The holiday set, which Kelly says will feature 'a lot of lovemaking,' is scheduled to be released before Christmas next year.
The Mother Monster says that the Terry Richardson-directed video will be 'very personal,' unlike any video she's ever done.
The 'Sherlock' actor gives a dramatic reading of the sexy lyrics off Kelly's song on a dim-lit set, prompting audience to shriek as he says, 'I can't wait to turn you on.'
The new collaboration features the two singers trading verses about how much they're addicted to each other.
The collaboration track comes as the seventh song that's released on Bieber's 10-week Music Mondays series.
After getting on some raunchy acts with her collaborator during her first performance on the comedy show, GaGa returns to the stage to sing her 'Gypsy'.
Bieber's new song with R. Kelly will apparently be the seventh single that's released for the pop star's Music Mondays series.
Angry fans, who pay $150 for each ticket, say that the alleged impersonator appears on the stage three hours late and lip-syncs for four minutes.
The track, which GaGa co-produces with DJ White Shadow, comes just hours after the singer decides to go on a Twitter rant to address some bad things that have been said about her.
Mother Monster drops a snippet of her collaboration track with the R'n'B crooner via a new commercial.
The singer closes his 90-minute set at the three-day festival with hit 'I Believe I Can Fly' and countless of dove-shaped balloons released in the air.
The Toronto rapper earns the most nods with 12 going into the awards ceremony to be hosted by Chris Tucker.