The new collaboration features the two singers trading verses about how much they're addicted to each other.
R. Kelly and Kelly Rowland's collaboration single has made its way out online. Entitled "All the Way", the track is a sexy and provocative slow jam that features the two stars trading verses about how much they're addicted to each other.
"There ain't no such thing as a half with sex/ So baby boy, we might as well go all the way," Rowland coos in a falsetto. Kelly then responds, "You don't know if you're addicted/ Till you relapse from detox of loving each other."
"All the Way" is not the only new R. Kelly song that has recently landed online as "Show Ya P***y" has also hit the web. The mid-tempo club banger features guest appearances from Juicy J and Migos.
Both songs will appear in Kelly's "Black Panties" album which is scheduled to hit stores on December 10. The musician has also worked with Ludacris, 2 Chainz, and Future for his twelfth studio set.
To promote the album, Kelly has set up a "Black Panties Hotline". Fans who call 312-380-6596 will receive eight messages a month from the star.
R. Kelly's "All the Way" Ft. Kelly Rowland:
R. Kelly's "Show Ya P***y":