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Kellz Lyrics Dedicated To Black Women

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    Kellz Lyrics Dedicated To Black Women



    I’m not trying to offend or exclude anybody, but…
    I miss the old R&B R Kelly. Back in the day he was proud of the hood.

    Over the years the mentality of music has changed… Artists have the need to crossover to sell more product. Since Robert is on a quest to stay relevant his lyrics has changed with the times and the need to appeal to other cultures.

    But I’d like to flashback and remember when R Kelly was romantic and sincere singing to the ladies. I don’t think Kellz opinion has changed much over the years when it comes to the ladies, I know he still is dedicated… Just his lyrics have changed.

    Dedicated
    Dedicating this one (To) to my favorite girl (My favorite girl)
    She's the only woman (Oh, yeah) in the whole wide world (In the whole wide world)
    Dedicating this one (Oh... ) to my favorite girl (She's my favorite girl)
    (The only one in the world, whoa... )


    Sadie
    When I think about the things that you've done for me
    Hey
    It brings a joy way down, deep inside of me
    Whoa
    See I love you momma
    Yes I do
    I'll never for get you momma
    Never


    Homie Lover Friend
    Homie lover friend is what I'm lookin for
    Someone who can relate to what I have in store
    She can kick back with the homies
    Playin spades, gettin paid
    That down to earth girl from around the way (hey)
    We will be together for all times
    I need a homie lover friend that will always be mine

    Summer Bunnies

    Some of those and I won't call 'em whores
    'Cause in the 90s you gotta respect the ladies
    So step up to 'em and say, we love you sweet Sadie


    Ghetto Queen
    She's my ghetto girl in her own world, she's a queen
    Queen of all things, for that I mean she's Spring


    Heart Of A Woman
    Where I just want to break down and cry
    Listen ladies
    Like a sister lover cousin mother auntie friend my joy within
    The reason she says you’re so pleasing you’re the lock and we’re the key


    Slow Wind
    You're a Jamaican queen, oh yeah
    I'm an American king girl
    Let's get together and make sweet love yeah
    Let's get together and mix cultures
    Let's get together and change the world yeah
    Wind for me, Jamaican girl
    There you go again girl on my mind
    See you in my dreams all the time (whoa)

    Those song lyrics I remember off the top of my head I'm sure I missed a number of other songs.



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    on some of those albums he's referred to women in a darogative way...i ddnt know he's reffered to black women either...

    if he stuck to music like "heart of a Woman" he would be a much more credible artist

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    I think he's always been loyal to his roots...you don't think so?? IMO, among all those artists who crossed over(from the perspective of yours, becuz I'm one of overseas fans), Kellz is one of the most apparently Afrocentric artists. It's a good thing to see for me as well. You gotta love and respect your roots. Without it, you can't love and respect other cultures.

    Well, maybe I don't know a lot, but Ghetto Queen ain't about sincere, romantic approach, I think.
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    think Different ideas...

    Quote Originally Posted by helena22 View Post
    I think he's always been loyal to his roots...you don't think so?? IMO, among all those artists who crossed over(from the perspective of yours, becuz I'm one of overseas fans), Kellz is one of the most apparently Afrocentric artists. It's a good thing to see for me as well. You gotta love and respect your roots. Without it, you can't love and respect other cultures.

    Well, maybe I don't know a lot, but Ghetto Queen ain't about sincere, romantic approach, I think.
    Qhetto Queen is Kellz lust for black women... And you are entitled to your perspective on his music and I've got mine.

    Quote Originally Posted by soulful.stringz View Post
    on some of those albums he's referred to women in a darogative way...i ddnt know he's reffered to black women either...

    if he stuck to music like "heart of a Woman" he would be a much more credible artist
    What is darogative way???
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    think i spelt it wrong...bad way

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    think What???

    Quote Originally Posted by soulful.stringz View Post
    think i spelt it wrong...bad way
    What do you mean??? Derogatory???

    What's derogatory about these lyrics:
    Some of those and I won't call 'em whores
    'Cause in the 90s you gotta respect the ladies
    So step up to 'em and say, we love you sweet Sadie



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    Derogatory is to have a low opinion of or to down credit someones character
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    When Kells talks about hos and bitches, he's not talkin about all women. He's talking about hos and bitches. They exist, you know.

    As for the original poster's comments, I kind of agree. I do sort of miss the old R&B Kells (tho his new stuff is tight, imho), but sayin that he's not keepin it true to the hood? i disagree wit that.

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    ho's and bitches can be men as well its only you if thats how you think of your self and on one of his recent songz he does say he make music for the hood first cause thats where he's from

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    I don't think Rob is doing anything wrong with his lyrics. Look at how many songs he sing uplifting women and rooting for women. There's more songs dedicated to the good in women than the bad. I love all of his music and it get better and better for me.
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